Allen County Democratic Party Chair John Court and Vice Chair Deb Morrone will vacate their positions. Jack Morris and Sharon Tucker are expected to fill the seats.
The owners of Showgirls III in Fort Wayne sued the city after zoning ordinances changed, preventing them from opening a strip club in Angola.
2015 is quickly coming to a close, so it’s time to look back at the stories that impacted our lives and vote for the one that should top the list.
The officers will be formally promoted during a ceremony at 10 a.m. Monday at Citizens Square in Council Chambers.
Detectives say a reserve police officer in Markleville stole a license plate off a squad car and put it on his personal car.
With high temperatures forecast to be in the 60s this weekend, some of your favorite outdoor activities may have issues.
One of the most popular scams reported to the BBB is making a comeback and it uses phony claims purportedly from the U.S. Marshals Service.
Between 6,000-8,000 Muslims call the Fort Wayne area home. Local Islamic leader Dr. Gohar Salam said Trump’s comments are difficult for his community to hear.
Republican presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson spoke on terrorism, gun control and higher education during his Fort Wayne campaign rally.
All third shift employees should report to work at their normally scheduled shift time Wednesday night.
Pat Roller will retire Dec. 31. Former City Utilities controller Len Poehler has been named the city’s new controller.
Engle Road was closed for about six hours due to damage to a utility pole and power lines.
Councilman Marty Bender introduced an amended bill Tuesday night that would affect how city union leaders are paid and when they can work on union issues.
The Hartford City man on parole for previous robberies is now in custody facing new charges.
It’s been more than six months since lawmakers passed RFRA, but some think Indiana’s reputation is still hurting. Now, hundreds of businesses across the state are trying to fix the problem.
Creation of a TIF district would allow any new tax revenue generated by improvements to be used for public infrastructure projects, such as roads, streetlights and sidewalks.
Michael Wartell had argued that a Fort Wayne businessman had defamed him in a letter shortly before he was forced to retire in 2012.
The company makes hose, cord and cable reels for various uses and will add up to 40 positions to its current workforce of about 200 employees.
The Salvation Army said all gifts are needed by Friday, and seven area locations have taken tags to help see them filled.
A decades-long tradition, Concordia Lutheran High School this year donated 404 boxes of gifts to the Christmas Bureau for children in need.