A man reportedly went into the store with a knife Tuesday morning.
The district is going through renovations, which are expected to be done but teachers need the extra time to get their classrooms ready.
The Anderson man was airlifted to a Fort Wayne hospital with severe head and internal injuries.
Max Shambaugh died Sunday at the age of 93.
Rome City Town Council President Dave Abbott had reportedly taken up glider flying just two years ago, and had been only flying solo for a few months.
The school district is adding three new environmentally-friendly school buses to its fleet that leaders say will provide a safer and more comfortable experience.
Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller has urged all state residents to freeze their credit in the wake of the hack.
Work began in May and was expected to have been completed by Aug. 21 but work has been extended through Sept. 4.
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After 13 years as the head of the hardware co-op, Bob Taylor is retiring at the end of the year.
Zoo officials gave the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo’s large male giraffe a fruit and vegetable “cake” made of apples, lettuce and carrots.
Pence has said he will refuse to submit a emissions reduction plan to the EPA, as called for under the new regulations.
Salaries for ten of the new firefighters will be paid out of a $1.4 million Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response federal grant the city recently received.
“He’s a coward,” Memphis Police Director Toney Armstrong said of the suspect, 29-year-old Tremaine Wilbourn. “You gunned down, you murdered a police officer, for less than 2 grams of marijuana. You literally destroyed a family.”
The Gallimore family has lived in a small apartment the last five years. Now, they have the keys and are getting ready to move into their very first home.
A man who was shot Sunday afternoon was able to call 911 for help.
AT&T has some gadget ideas to help make going back to school a little easier.
A local chef turned beekeeper, recently started taking care of approximately 80,000 bees in her own backyard to help our nation’s environment.
The B45’s, made up of four teenage boys, combine melodies of the 60s with new-age flare, are drawing big crowds.
Registration is still open for the the sixth annual Pufferbelly 5K Family Run/Walk on Saturday, to help extend the regional Pufferbelly Trail.