Spring brings the return of fleas and other dangerous parasites to pets.
Prices at the pump around Fort Wayne dropped 16 cents in the past week for an average price per gallon of $2.20.
The Rescue Mission said it typically serves around 2,000 people every Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.
A memorial is being planned for an 8-year-old Fort Wayne girl who was abducted and killed in 1988.
Sleep with the sharks in the Aquarium Gallery or under the stars with one of three programs for the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo’s Family Wild Nights.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and a local lawyer and chief nursing officer at the Sexual Assault Treatment Center are releasing a book for people involved in the treatment, assessment, legal and support of sexual abuse victims.
While police said the descriptions of the men in the four incidents are similar, they are unable to confirm any connection to the previous robberies.
Recovery agents from a bond agency heard the sound of a shotgun racking when they knocked on the door of a wanted man.
Duke is the four-time national champion accustomed to playing in the spotlight this time of year. Wisconsin is the plucky upstart that won its only championship in 1941.
Three people died when two vehicles collided head-on along State Road 1 early Saturday morning.
After an hour of negotiations with officers, Kendallville police said a 25-year-old man surrendered peacefully.
Representative Lehman wanted to focus on not only the Religious Freedom law, but also other issues like school vouchers and photo-less IDs.
Parkview Field is expected to help light up downtown Fort Wayne the next few days. The ballpark is getting new light bulbs installed over the next few days and need to be left on to maximize their performance.
Hundreds of kids got an early taste of Easter Saturday, participating in various Easter egg hunts across the city.
As part of the Easter tradition, there were egg hunts throughout the community on Saturday.
The three-day event starts Wednesday at the Grand Wayne Center and aims to educate as well as encourage people to get involved and be good stewards of the city’s rivers.
The Easter Bunny has left thousands of eggs throughout Fort Wayne, New Haven and Leo and he needs your help finding all of them.
The team will play its first game at Parkview Field on Sunday, April 12.