According to the website valuepenguin.com — which uses FBI Crime Reports throughout Indiana to come up with the list, it ranked the “safest cities” throughout the state.
Republicans said the state needs more than $1 billion a year over the next 20 years to help maintain and repair the state’s roads.
Domestic-related homicides accounted for murder-suicides, a quadruple murder and police action shootings in 2016. Beyond that, before anyone is killed, thousands of men and women are looking for ways to get out of an abusive relationship.
The department purchased 15 masks that will allow firefighters to actually see what is going on during a fire by heat.
The annual cookie sale in the Girl Scouts of Northern Indiana-Michiana council begins on Friday, Jan. 13 and will run through March 15.
The donation will help increase the food bank’s efficiency, save energy and increase holding capacity.
A popular Japanese restaurant in Terre Haute is now in Fort Wayne.
Sen. Young also announced his committee appointments.
Republican at-large member Tom Freistroffer was selected vice-president.
IPFW Mike Wolf says first and foremost Trump has to get up to speed about issues facing the United States.
2016 will go down as the 5th warmest year in Fort Wayne.
“Riverfront Fort Wayne Educational Series” offers a way for the public to ask questions from a panel of experts, and learn the latest about local waterways.
Forest River will created up to 425 jobs. Operations are scheduled to start in one facility by mid-January and two more by May 2017.
The incident happened around 11:30 p.m. during a party at Regency Inn in the 1000 block of W. Coliseum Blvd.
Police are still searching for the father, who police believe abducted the boys.
In a comment left by Bar 145 on Facebook, the business indicated that they will be performing a massive rehire of all management and staff.
Two employees suffered first and second-degree burns to their head, face and neck after of a machine overheated and caused a flash fire at Micropulse, Inc. in Columbia City.
Holcomb made the announcement Monday at the Allen County Republican Party headquarters.
Representatives from the company will conduct on-site interviews at the hiring event on Wednesday, January 4 to fill more than 100 positions at three Fort Wayne stores.
Fort Wayne city councilman presented a gift basket and free admission to the skater in a ceremony Monday afternoon.