Workers tore down an old house as part of the blight elimination program. But those workers didn’t know there is a tunnel underneath it, at the front of the house.
Agile Networks will lease out state-owned cellphone towers for the next 25 years, a deal that will bring in $50 million upfront — and potentially millions more in the years to come.
The eligible counties are St. Joseph, LaPorte, Starke, Marshall and Elkhart and, in Michigan, Berrien and Cass counties.
ITT Technical Institutes, which has a Fort Wayne campus at 2810 Dupont Commerce Ct., will cancel the upcoming September quarter that was set to begin Monday, Sept. 12.
Former Governor and current Democratic Senate Candidate, Evan Bayh, stopped by Fort Wayne Monday.
The blood-sucking insects transmit the heartworm parasite and other illnesses that can sicken cats, dogs, horses and other animals.
The former students say a Native American director would be better suited to support whom the center serves.
The Pence administration has sought to withhold money to resettlement groups for services such as job training, but hasn’t denied a greater amount of federal assistance such as food stamps and health care benefits.
Police say the victim was shot somewhere else, got on a motorcycle and collapsed in front of a home hosting a family reunion.
Officials say the water is about 15 feet deep in the area.
62-year-old Naomi Miller was found safe in Evansville approximately four hours after the alert was activated.
At least two victims have suffered head lacerations.
The driver of the bus reported that fire had been caused by a tire blowout.
Police say the man died shortly before 1 a.m. Saturday at the scene of the shooting.
The suspect entered into several corn and soybean fields causing an unknown amount of damage.
The video shows the man stepping out of the squad car with a knife, before the police officers start shooting.
The state approved more than 50,000 carry permits in the first three months of the year – more than half of the total number of permits approved in 2015.
Denell J. Roberts, the girl’s guardian, admitted to felony charges of battery and neglect. The girl died from head injuries and had signs of prior physical abuse.
Joel Cornette suffered from narrowing and hardening of the arteries. The manner of the 35-year-old’s death was natural.
Jared Fogle’s motion filed Thursday in U.S. District Court in Indianapolis also argues that the parents may be responsible for the girl’s injuries alleged in a civil lawsuit against him.