Christmas in the Castle allows visitors to tour historic Brookside, the former Bass mansion, decorated for Christmas by local florists and designers.
A group of IPFW students and alumni have started a petition to stop the realignment at the university.
After riverfront homeless camps were cleaned up, city officials and advocates for the homeless hope to find a better solution to the homeless problem in the city.
UTEC in Huntington is set to lose 700 jobs to a plant in Mexico.
2.8 million or 58% of voters cast a ballot in Indiana during the 2016 General Election. 2016 marks a record-setting year with more registered voters having cast a ballot in Indiana than in 2012 or 2008 either during early-voting periods, in person on Nov. 8 or by absentee.
The FWFD were called to a residence in the 4400 block of South Monroe Street at 3:50 p.m.
A crash involving 5 vehicles snarled traffic on the interstate. Traffic was backed up and another crash was reported north of Coldwater at the Dupont Road interchange at mile marker 316.
The Fort Wayne Police Department’s Emergency Services Team and Crisis Response Teams have responded to the area.
A rural Steuben County man was charged with crimes connected to a burglary in Williams County, Ohio.
Deanna Szyndrowski will take over for Rachel Tobin-Smith who announced her resignation in August.
Fort Wayne’s branches of Marine Toys for Tots and Salvation Army need support in helping everyone enjoy their holiday season.
The James Beard Foundation Awards are presented for excellence in cuisine, culinary writing and culinary education in the United States.
The Indiana University Board of Trustees on Thursday approved a proposed realignment of IPFW that will have a drastic impact on the future of the Fort Wayne university.
The New Haven Police Department is hiring one part-time, and one full-time position for emergency dispatchers. Applications must be submitted by December 28.
WANE-TV will broadcast 10 Fort Wayne Mastodon men’s basketball games on channel 15.2 Antenna TV starting on December 3rd.
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Police were called just before 12:30 p.m. to the Tim Hortons at 5625 W. Jefferson Blvd.
The brightly lit Canadian Pacific Holiday Train is a moving charity that collects money, food and awareness for local food banks and food shelves.
Police said someone kicked in the back door and started shooting.
The Marathon at East State Boulevard and Crescent Avenue has been robbed several times in the last few weeks.
Local Republicans selected political consultant Justin Busch to fill the remainder of Roy Buskirk’s term.