The BBB has received reports about fake orders from the online shopping company.
Irwin Elementary School was briefly placed on lockdown while police looked for suspect in an armed robbery in the 3500 block of Robinwood Drive.
A.E.P. donated 10 computers to The Rescue Mission to help residents develop job skills.
The organization responsible for a mobile mammogram clinic held its annual fundraiser which helps people without insurance pay for the test.
Tooth Acres Dentistry opened its offices Friday for people in need of dental care.
Streets west of Grayston Avenue will be closed for the next few hours.
Police said an 18-year-old woman and a 28-year-old man were both shot as a crowd gathered along Bowser Street Thursday evening.
The winner was drawn out of more than 18,000 tickets sold since March.
The woman said they went through her freezer and ran off with a package of frozen meat.
South Bend-based Great Lakes Capital is expected to be announced as the developer of a 14-story residential complex at the Ash Brokerage build.
Chris Underwood of Fort Wayne said he has played the same five numbers in the Hoosier Lottery since 1991.
Here is a list of official times for trick-or-treating throughout northeast Indiana.
The moment of silence was held at 2 p.m. Thursday at Ivy Tower Plaza in remembrance of those killed Oct. 1 at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon.
The zoo’s not completely done with the fun, though. The zoo will reopen Friday, Oct. 16 for the annual Wild Zoo Halloween.
Allied Recreation Group has planned to create a “cutting-edge” owner and visitor welcome center at its Decatur facility.
The car struck an animal, guard rail then went off road hitting an electric box and driving through a fence.
The Komets opened their three-game exhibition slate Wednesday night on the road, falling to the Indy Fuel 3-1.
The new standards could mean only one-third of the current dual credit teachers will be considered qualified, according to Republican State Senator Dennis Kruse.
With the final conversion from Aqua to City Utilities, the city now provides water to more than nine out of ten homes that use public water service.
Eric Olson’s lecture will take a look at the new challenges facing world security in today’s society.