Saturday was the hottest day of the year and the hottest day in nearly two years. This made for some dangerous conditions in several parts of the state.
State police have been hosting camps for students each summer since the 1970s.
Not only is this year’s even now at night, but it also includes a beer garden, food trucks and firework show.
The rural Hamilton farm is the home of more than 800 cattle. It sits on the Indiana-Ohio border and Fish Creek flows right through it. Residents concerned manure will contaminate water.
The Posterity Heights Scholar House development plans to make living costs easier and more affordable for single-parent students.
A local woman was trafficked decades ago. Now, she’s using her power to help others. She says human trafficking is very prevalent in Northeast Indiana.
Current Auburn Police Sgt. Roland McPherson will start as the city’s newest police chief later next month.
The downtown restaurant is using a shipping container to create its new outdoor bar.
Just after 4 p.m. Thursday, police and medics were called to C.R. 500 South near C.R. 750 East in LaGrange County on a report of a crash there.
Free events for the upcoming weekend include Friday Nites Live and the Fort Wayne Farmers Market.
Police were called to the Phil’s One Stop in the 2600 block of Goshen Road around 11:30 Thursday night.
Three students won a free driver education course thanks to Drive Alive.
You can have a say on what the region’s trails are named and the designs for logos, merchandise and signs.
Local law enforcement and child advocates got together to help teach the public about how to spot a human trafficking victim. It’s an issue in Fort Wayne.
Fort Wayne Police, Indiana State Police and Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives agents served warrants at a home at 1808 Warren St.
Casey Wentzel, who was arrested in 2013, suffered skull and facial fractures and a concussion when he encountered Fort Wayne police while experiencing a mental health crisis.
Unity leaves for Rome June 29. The trip includes stops in Vatican City, Venice, Graz, Austria, Budapest and Hungary.
Documents say the song “Amazing” composed by Martin Harrington and Tom Leonard, is nearly identical in pitch, tempo and structure as Sheeran’s “Photograph.”
Police and fire crews were called around 6 a.m. to Interstate 469 near the S.R. 37/Maysville Road interchange on a report of a fire.
There will be a soft opening within a few weeks followed by a grand opening.