M & M Stump and Tree removal is facing a lawsuit following a discrimination investigation that started with an Allen County man.
Police said there’s an increased need for bike patrols in Fort Wayne.
A little more than three years after verbally committing to join the University of Michigan basketball team, Austin Hatch was wearing the maize and blue at Michigan’s Media Day.
Democratic Senator Joe Donnelly was in Fort Wayne Thursday to help campaign for Thad Gerardot, the democratic candidate for District 81 State Representative. The pair talked with voters at the Dash-In Thursday afternoon.
Prosecutors also filed new charges of aggravated battery that caused permanent disfigurement and criminal recklessness with a deadly weapon.
Some emergency responders in northeast Indiana had no idea about the growing number of local oil trains until 15 Finds Out began asking questions.
M&M Stump and Tree removal is being sued for discrimination after a worker with the company left a voice mail with racial slurs.
Thomas Stambaugh, 55, of Huntertown had a BAC twice the legal limit when he drove his truck against the flow of traffic and injured a woman.
As the Fort Wayne Police Dept. hires more female officers, Chief Hamilton says he noticed a void. That was filled Thursday by the addition of a female chaplain.
Preschoolers in more than 35 cities, including Fort Wayne and Indianapolis were read the book “Mr. Tiger Goes Wild” on Thursday.
The temple made 1,000 boxed meals with the Annual Corned Beef on Rye—Sure to Satisfy fundraiser.
The Indiana State Department of Health said Thursday none of the six individuals were experiencing symptoms common with Ebola disease and they are all considered low-risk.