Fort Wayne firefighters are supporting several candidates in the May 5th Primary, but are not endorsing any candidates for the Mayor’s race.
Police said two boys started a fire in a pit of recycled tire material that quickly got out of control and damaged about about half of the wooden playground structure in a downtown Waterloo park.
This weekend, the historic Old Fort was used by a living history organization that focuses on the Seven Years’ War.
Six Fort Wayne women were honored at a luncheon as part of Women’s History Month.
A volunteer at the National History Center in Auburn said these veterans represent all who have put their lives on the line for our country.
The Beer, Bourbon and Bacon Festival is in its second year featuring more than 50 beers and bourbons and six bacon-themed dishes.
Edison Byzyka, vice president of investments at Hefty Wealth Partners, estimates that it will likely happen in the third or fourth quarter because of the current trend in the economy.
If getting your lawn ready for the season is on your mind, a landscaper has some tips on making your yard green and lush.
Twenty members of the program, including two coaches, are affected by this decision, which will allow the university to allocate $450,000.
A correctional officer noticed a foul smell while doing a home visit, which led him to a body in a bedroom closet.
A Fort Wayne woman is representing Indiana in the Worldwide EndoMarch on Saturday.
It’s more than just horseback riding. More than 200 people each year take those rides to improve their lives.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the AWS Foundation has launched a campaign to celebrate the anniversary.
About 40 children took part in the second annual talent showcase Friday night. It was held at the Boys & Girls Club of Fort Wayne’s Fairfield Avenue location.
Friday marked the 12th annual Opportunity Banquet, sponsored by the Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW) chapter of the Society of Women Engineers.
Leaders explained that gangs don’t necessarily have to be a bad thing and called for a ceasefire after a week of shootings.
It’s beginning to look like spring. With that comes blooming flowers, green trees and birds singing.
Despite a call to boycott the Hoosier state, many event centers in Fort Wayne haven’t had anyone change their mind about traveling to northeast Indiana.