The U.S. House of Representatives helped President Trump get one step closer to fulfilling a major campaign promise. An appropriation bill passed the House Thursday that included $1.6 billion in funding for a wall at the U.S./Mexican border.
Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill filed a motion Thursday in Elkhart Circuit Court challenging certain aspects of the sentence a judge handed down last month regarding the case of Amber Pasztor who admitted two killing two of her children and is awaiting trial on a third murder charge.
The crash happened around 4:45 a.m. Friday at the intersection of 1350 North and 500 West near the town of Nappanee.
Officers seized cocaine, pot, and another controlled substance worth almost $8,000 on the street.
Fun, free events you can do with your family on July 28th.
A day after an Ohio State Fair thrill ride malfunctioned, killed a man and injured seven others, we’re uncovering ride safety protocols at this year’s Allen County Fair.
Fort Wayne is bringing back an iconic city theater. On Thursday a $5 million renovation of the Clyde Theatre got underway.
The two retailers are trying to make it a bit easier for parents to get all the items their kids need for the first day of class.
More Indiana students are on track to graduate on time. One in three Hoosier students graduate on time, and minority students are closing completion gap.
Winnebago was fined for operating the forklift at a speed that prevented the operator from stopping it in a safe manner and for having plexiglass windshields.
I&M says a residential customer using 1,000 kilowatt hours of electricity per month would see an increase of less than $1 per day.
In-school registration for the 2017-18 school year will be held Friday, July 28, and Monday, July 31, at all 48 Fort Wayne Community Schools elementary, middle and high schools.
A lot of us wake up in the morning and start scrolling through Facebook. When one Wabash woman did just that it ended in a veteran getting his prized possessions that were stolen back.
The Fort Wayne man was spraying for weeds near a culvert on private property when he lost control of an off-road vehicle he was riding on.
Thousands of kids participate in Fort Wayne Community School’s summer lunch program. With back to school right around the corner, summer meal programs are wrapping up. And just like every year, more and more people were enrolled.
The motorcyclist was headed southbound on S.R. 9 when a semi pulled onto the roadway. He swerved to miss hitting the semi and laid the bike on its side.
The dog named Mojo died from heat stroke after being left in the deputy’s squad car on July 6 after the two had completed their shift.
Police were looking for Duane Mayfield after he failed to return to lawful detention after a meeting at Albion’s Bowen Center.
Police are looking for a man who tried to rob a group of Burger King employees before shooting one of them in the face and running off after being dragged by the car.
Logjams happen when debris, often times whole trees, float down the river then get stuck underneath the bridges collecting more logs, trees and debris as the current passes by. More rain means more debris so some of the logjams have been larger this year.