Public safety command staff benefits to stay unchanged

An amendment to an ordinance that could have affected some firefighter and police officer pay failed at City Council Tuesday night. Councilman Jason Arp (R-District 4) proposed an amendment to the personnel ordinance.

City outlines sidewalks, alleyways eyed for improvement

The .13 percent adjustment in the local income tax will generate $8.7 million per year to add new sidewalks to address areas of Fort Wayne Community Schools that lack sidewalks for children, improve alleys and move forward with phases II and III of riverfront development.

Dog with two limbs has full life ahead of her

When she showed up at a veterinary clinic in LaGrange her injuries were so bad, they thought they’d have to put her down. There was something about Lucy, a little dog, with a big heart, that led the vet to believe she could beat the odds and live.

Missing 23-year-old located

Kyle Anthony Edward Miller suffers from bipolar disease and schizophrenia. He was last seen around 10:30 p.m. Saturday.

IPFW campus

IPFW has enrollment drop ahead of split

This fall’s enrollment of 10,414 students at IPFW is down almost 1,600 from a year ago and total class hours being taken has declined about 10 percent.

Boy, 16, killed in crash

A GMC Jimmy veered off a rural Kosciusko County roadway, then overcorrected and flipped in a field.