A neighbor was saw the fire and alerted the person home at the time.
Black Pine Animal Sanctuary is saying goodbye to Tarzan after more than 20 years at the animal refuge.
The talk show host and comedian is in Fort Wayne to perform at the Embassy Theatre tonight at 7:30.
Officers with six northeast Indiana agencies will meet with the public in an informal gathering Saturday morning at Lutheran Hospital. Coffee will be provided by Tim Horton’s.
The company has filed a request with the city’s Fort Wayne Board of Zoning Appeals to construct a 200-foot-by-40-foot pavilion on just outside its building.
Kosciusko County Sheriff Aaron Rovenstine is due in court March 17 to faces 10 felonies including bribery, intimidation and official misconduct.
There are still questions surrounding why Keith Hefner was terminated, but some residents said they are glad to see him go.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton both had a good Super Tuesday. Despite negative attention around Trump, one political science professor at IPFW predicts that Trump will be the GOP’s nominee and quite possibly our nation’s next president.
Crime Stoppers Director Greg Lewis calls the lack of information frustrating and surprising for a case of this magnitude.
Allen Superior Court judge Frances Gull and Thomas Felts are among the 15 remaining candidates for a spot on the Indiana Supreme Court.
it’s part of an ongoing effort to improve the quality of neighborhoods where certain properties have not been properly maintained.
Teachers and staff at West Noble Middle School made the video to “lighten up” the pressure on students and educators during ISTEP testing.
Volunteers at Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo work throughout the zoo and support guest service, education programming, and provide operational support.
The retailer announced Wednesday that the investment includes construction of nine new supercenters and 32 remodeling project, including two stores in Fort Wayne.
It’s the third time in five years Dupont Hospital has been ranked a top 100 hospital.
The famed Cincinnati-based fast food eatery plans to open one of its quick-service restaurants in Fort Wayne by the end of the year.
Nobody was injured in the home, which is at the intersection of Eastwick Drive and Corby Drive.
It happened late Tuesday night at I-469 and US 30.
The families of two men killed in a triple homicide last week spoke out about the senseless killings and how they feel about the investigation thus far.
Former Police Chief Keith Hefner spoke for the first time since being terminated last week.