The Warrior Breed Motorcycle Club escorted and planted the trees in October to honor WWI veterans.
Suspect information was not immediately available.
Local veterans, emergency response personnel, local organizations and high school marching bands were featured in the parade.
Lutheran Hospital is commemorating loved ones during the holiday season with remembrance trees
The crash happened Friday night.
Carroll Performing Arts Department has been delighting audiences with power vocals, music and thrilling stage productions for years.
Some people have a tough time emotionally during the holidays. That’s where companies like Hand in Hand Comprehensive Therapy can help.
Fundraising events, like this one coming up, have helped the organization carry on that vision for more than three decades.
A Blackhawk pilot returned home from overseas and surprised his 5-year-old son at school Friday.
After sitting vacant since 2010, the halls of Elmhurst High School came alive again when alumni were allowed back inside for one last time.
The entrance ramp to I-69 from C.R. 200 West in Steuben County was shut down for approximately 2 hours.
The National Weather Service determined a tornado with peak winds around 130 mph stretched for 39 miles in the largely rural area northeast of Muncie.
Here’s our weekly look at some weekend activities that won’t cost you a dime.
A complaint involving Fort Wayne Police Department Deputy Chief Derrick Westfield is now being reviewed by the Allen County Prosecutor’s Office.
Here are the area restaurants offering active-duty military and military veterans free meals or other items this Veterans Day.
A shooting early Thursday morning left two women dead, and another in the hospital. Two of those victims were members of the same family.
Kayla Preston, 24, was last seen driving a red 2010 Ford Taurus with a personalized plate of WABIKA.
Bob Heiny recounts his remarkable life that included two high school basketball national championships, fighting in WWII, and raising a family in Fort Wayne. If there were such a thing as a Hall of Fame of Life, Bob Heiny would be inducted on the first ballot.
Peggy Summers wrote moving, goodbye letters to her husband and four children before she died of terminal kidney cancer.
The site, bounded by Clinton, Fourth and Harrison streets, was previously used as a rail yard and scrap yard. The land has not been actively used since 2006.