The first arrived critically hurt around 2:15 a.m. The second walked in shortly after 3:00 a.m. with serious injuries.
The event is a celebration of the street performer and included acts from all over the country.
Investigators said damage was down to equipment and stained glass windows at the church.
More than 100 third through twelfth graders played in the Charity Challenge for the Chamble Family, an event in honor of the late Peytin Chamble.
The annual event is held at Memorial Coliseum and features all kinds of animals, demonstrations, free stuff, and a kids activity area.
The aircraft was part of the Wings and Wheels event at Kendallville Municipal Airport.
Pugs filled Memorial Coliseum for the event that featured contests for best costume and best kisser.
Central High School graduate Jerry Miller enlisted in the Navy and went to help with the clean up from the Korean War. When he returned he wasn’t given the diploma he earned until now.
The rolling slowdowns will take place between the Lima Road interchange at mile marker 311 and mile marker 318 north of the Union Chapel interchange. Several exit ramps will also be closed for a time.
One of Fort Wayne’s newest food trucks happens to be a converted school bus!
The Honor Run is an evening 5K run/walk and Brew Jam follows. It all pays respect to veterans and their service.
The 8th annual BuskerFest celebration is happening Saturday. It’s free and has a lot of family friendly actives for everyone to enjoy.
Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry is at the conference where The Paris climate accords are supported by a majority of mayors.
The councilman for the district which includes W. Coliseum Blvd. and Goshen Road talked to NewsChannel 15 about crime issues in that area.
A man showed up at a hospital after apparently being shot in an alley in the 200 block of Pearl Street, around 2:30 Saturday morning.
A woman was shot while sitting in a car on E. State Blvd., near the intersection with Carew Street around 12:30 Saturday morning.
The new healthcare proposal drew criticism form Democrats and some Republicans.
Lifeguards rescued two boys, ages 9 and 10, from Heaton Lake, Friday afternoon. The older boy didn’t survive.
Crews were called to the 4400 block of Monroe Street around 9 p.m. Friday.
About 15 protesters have stood outside the Mermaid Festival each night to let the public know that Nosey the elephant is an exotic animal being abused and exploited. The owner says Nosey is healthy and happy.