Several flights at Fort Wayne International Airport were affected.
INDOT is dispatching dozens of salt trucks in northeast Indiana as light snow has created slick roads in several areas.
Nearby residents and the neighborhood association are growing concerned with the effigy of the 45th President.
Investigators said a driver ran a stop sign at an intersection with U.S. 6 east of Butler.
The crash happened in Pleasant Lake at Old U.S. 27 and Bellfontaine Road.
A clerk at a convenience store spotted smoke and flames billowing from the Islamic Center of Victoria at around 2 a.m. and called the fire department.
Several state police were seen removing items from a blue van stopped on I-69 northbound right before the I-469 eastbound interchange. Troopers on the scene indicated the items being removed were part of a narcotics investigation.
My Hometown features stories about local entrepreneurs, hobbyist or business owners. This month’s features Fort Wayne’s only indoor skatepark, with a place for skateboards, BMX bikes, and scooters.
Science Central’s Martin Fisher brought in tonic water and a black light to demonstrate phosphorescence, a type of cold light.
A Fort Wayne nursing sorority is tackling infant mortality with a string of public information announcements and a social media campaign.
The group Americans For Prosperity has an alternative plan for legislators before an increase in taxes. They hosted a town hall meeting Saturday.
Animal Defenders International called on the Fort Wayne community to stay away from the circus earlier this week and organized the protest outside of the Memorial Coliseum.
Allen County health commissioner Dr. Deborah McMahan says the slight rise in deaths could be because the current predominant flu strain is often associated with more severe illness.
A semi overturned at the I-69 northbound and I-469 eastbound interchange, at exit 315. The ramp from I-69 N to I-469 E has been closed to traffic.
Members of the Fort Wayne community are invited downtown Saturday for the sixth annual Winterval Celebration.
The Fort Wayne Urban League has started a staffing agency initiative after hearing from employers that they have trouble retaining employees.
The IPFW Ladies’ Basketball team hosted the tenth annual Pink Out game against IUPUI and a luncheon to raise breast cancer awareness Saturday.
The Mad Ants (17-9), the NBA Development League Affiliate of the Indiana Pacers, used a balanced team effort that included seven players finishing in double figures led by Trey McKinney-Jones and Jordan Loyd who each finished with 18 points.
Gabriel Desjardins, Garrett Thompson and Mason Baptista each scored in the win.
Vice-President Mike Pence is the first VP to address pro-life supporters at the National Right to Life March in Washington.