The Gonzales family on Thursday filed a formal appeal of the police department’s demotion of Derrick Westfield last month. The board received the appeal and will decide if they will hear it or not at its next meeting.
Overall, the university is investing $9.5 million on its campus.
The shooting took place Wednesday evening and involved a 9mm handgun.
February is National Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month.
Adams, DeKalb, Grant, Huntington, Jay, Kosciusko, LaGrange, Noble, Steuben, and Wabash counties will get naloxone kits and training for first responders.
Baby Safe Haven New England alleges a permit was never issued for the installation of the baby box at the Woodburn Fire Station.
Finding relief in CBD oil is something a lot of people swear by, but the legalities around the oil have many people confused and frustrated.
An investigation is underway in Wells County after horses were removed from a property last Friday after the animals were found to be underweight according to police.
Heidi Colley’s badly beaten body was found inside her New Haven home back in November. Her son was also in the home when police arrived to check on her well being.
Kellyn Bechtold, a 31-year-old career counselor who now lives in Denver, will compete on “Survivor: Ghost Island,” which is set to premier Wednesday, Feb. 28 and WANE-TV.
The DeKalb County Sheriff’s Department acted on tips about drugs being sold out of a home near Hamilton.
Congressional representatives, state party leaders, and area lawmakers weighed in on President Trump’s State of the Union Address.
Police found heroin, drug paraphernalia, marijuana, guns and cash at the home.
Amber Garrett, mother of slain toddler, has been charged with neglect in connection with his death. A former friend said she believe Garrett should be charged with murder.
The Fort Wayne Fire Department will welcome 21 new recruits in 2018, and have every fire engine equipped with new equipment, training and technology.
TSgt. Jesse Vanengelenhoven’s wife, Rachel Venengelenhoven, is a Media Specialist at Lafayette Meadows Elementary School. The two were reunited at a the school, during an assembly Tuesday afternoon.
Leonard was convicted in 2016 by a Fort Wayne jury of murder, arson and other charges for his role in the Richmond Hill explosion. The blast left two people dead, and destroyed dozens of homes in the south side Indianapolis neighborhood.
Smoke could be seen rising high from a building at 117 S. Broadway St. in Butler.
The group will present details about the future of the project to city council and let the public voice their opinions and hopes for the project.
Bravas owner Bo Gonzalez said the eatery will focus on buying its own building rather than leasing one. Bravas planned to put 2 restaurants in The Landing.