More than 17 hours after crews were called the scene, the remnants of the old mill in Grabill continue to smolder.
From sacrificing animals to using eagle feathers in religious ceremonies, how Americans have used RFRAs to uphold religious beliefs.
A Fort Wayne mom is still rallying for justice nearly two years after her 19-year-old son was shot and killed by police. She just took things a step further and filed a federal lawsuit against the city and the police officers involved.
Emergency personnel were called to the 6100 block of West Cook Road near Washington Center Road around 3:15 a.m.
An officer with Indiana State Excise Police is accused of sexual misconduct with a minor and dissemination of matter harmful to minors.
Legal experts said Indiana’s controversial religious objections law overrules city code — allowing for previously outlawed discrimination.
The city’s organization issued a statement responding to the Religious Freedom Restoration Act Monday afternoon.
The Edible Book Festival celebrates culinary treats with a book theme. It’s an event that is celebrated annually around the world.
“I recognize Fort Wayne residents hold strong views on this issue both in support and opposition of this law. “
Fort Wayne firefighters are supporting several candidates in the May 5th Primary, but are not endorsing any candidates for the Mayor’s race.
Police said two boys started a fire in a pit of recycled tire material that quickly got out of control and damaged about about half of the wooden playground structure in a downtown Waterloo park.
This weekend, the historic Old Fort was used by a living history organization that focuses on the Seven Years’ War.