Law enforcement officers from around the region are in Fort Wayne this week for training in hostage negotiations.
Sara Schaefer, a Fort Wayne native, joins WANE-TV from WTHI-TV in Terre Haute. She’ll partner with meteorologist Rob Lydick on First News Weekend.
Forty-six Indiana State Police officers who were killed in the line of duty were honored Friday morning.
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Early registration deadline is May 15. Teams can register through June 23, but it’s recommended to do so by June 3.
The Great Dane mix named Hank had been tied by its leash to the rear bumper of the truck Tuesday by a man upset that the dog had urinated and defecated inside his mobile home, a probable cause affidavit said.
Louisville Metro Police spokeswoman Alicia Smiley said Friday that both 15-year-old boys are facing two counts each of assault, tampering with evidence, possession of a handgun by a minor and receiving stolen property.
Benjamin Stewart is facing charges of OWI, carrying a handgun without a license, dealing marijuana and several other charges after a crash sent five people to the hospital.
Officers followed up on a tip and observed methamphetamine precursors in plain sight.
University of Saint Francis announced that the Planetarium would close after more than 40 years.
With win in the 4x800m relay Northrop’s girls and boys track teams are each in first place at the end of the first day of the SAC Track and Field Championship.
People arrested in Allen County can now go to their initial hearing in court without ever leaving the jail.
The Allen County-Fort Wayne Capital Improvement Board voted to hire a consultant that will examine the function, design and preliminary cost estimates of a potential downtown arena.
A man from Washington state was arrested Tuesday after the cocaine, which weighed just under 25 pounds, was found inside his vehicle.
Mayor Tom Henry announced the City of Fort Wayne’s commitment to neighborhood improvements that will see nearly 500 projects completed in 2016.
BikeFusion is the name of the event and it promises to be a fun evening for experienced and novice bicyclists alike on the campus of Turnstone from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. Friday.
The crash happened just before 8 a.m. along a stretch of C.R. 275 South near South Milford. Police said high speed contributed to the crash.
The Grammy Award-winning artist will perform Oct. 1 in the T. Furth Center for Performing Arts. Tickets for the show go on sale Friday.
Firefighters responded to the fire just after 8 p.m. on Evard Road between St. Joe and Reed roads.
The former home of Michael Fabini, who is currently serving a 14-year sentence for running a major marijuana distribution ring, will go up for sale on Monday with an asking price of nearly $650,000.
Tommy Schrader won the Democratic bid in the U.S. 3rd Congressional District race.
Allen Superior Court and the Allen County Sheriff’s Department this week will launch a video appearance project that will make the transportation of inmates for court hearings less costly and safer for all involved.
The reselling of tickets, also known as scalping, on the grounds of the of the Memorial Coliseum is no longer allowed as part of a policy aimed at providing consumer protections for people wanting to attend events at the venue.
Volunteers from the Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer on Wednesday placed 150-200 pink ribbons throughout the campuses of Dupont, Lutheran and St. Joseph hospitals during its “Turn the Town Pink” campaign.
The inaugural festival will be held on May 12, 13 and 14 at Headwaters Park and will feature a wide variety of music performed by national, regional and local acts.