Hannah Fischer’s body was found just before 5 p.m. Tuesday inside an apartment at 119 W. Perry St. in Paulding.
A $120,000 Federal Community Development Block Grant will assist NeighborLink in completing up to 40 projects for homeowners that meet income qualifications.
A proposal by council would to eliminate York’s position, which pays $160,000 per year.
Several employees have contacted NewsChannel 15 about the move. The company confirmed that 700 jobs will be lost.
Residents can expect to see such things as additional trails and a bike sharing program downtown in 2016 as announced by Mayor Henry Wednesday during the annual speech.
Dr. Deb McMahan met with area healthcare providers, law enforcement and first responders to talk about what resources are available for people battling drug addiction and what more needs to be done.
Dozens of crashes along the road near South Side High School is leading to a study that will take about eight weeks to complete.
This comes after the fatal bus crash in Indianapolis that killed a school principal and injured two students.
District officials said Tuesday they’ve been receiving calls about people selling candy, claiming to be raising money for new uniforms at North Side.
Mayor Henry hasn’t received the committee’s recommendation for the downtown arena yet, but local experts are predicting he will at least mention the project in his annual State of the City address.
The third-annual festival will take place Saturday, March 26 at the newly renovated University of Saint Francis Robert Goldstine Performing Arts Center.
A crew from Fire State 17 was driving by the scene en route to some training when they noticed the fire
Staff Sgt. Andrew Jenkins is retiring from the military after 14 years of service. The veteran surprised his three children at school Monday afternoon.
Schaefer’s Indiana Turf saw a strong start to the season with snowblower sales, but once winter hit it was missing the key ingredient – snow.
Police said the woman was going the wrong way on the interstate when she hit a guardrail.
INDOT blames drivers’ responsibility but neighbors said something still needs to be done.
Fort Wayne, Ind. (WANE) – Fort Wayne’s Voices of Unity will take off for its first ever European Tour this summer. The choir will … More »
The 2016 Fort4Fitness Fall Festival is still months away and organizers are busy getting everything ready for the annual event. That includes having a newly designed race shirt ready for this year’s participants.
The IPFW Faculty Senate voted on Monday to push trustees to build up IPFW as an independent university, and continue the same management agreement.
After a brief police pursuit last Thursday, a car flipped when it went over railroad tracks causing two people to be hospitalized.