The iconic fire tower inside Ouabache State Park was closed in April 2015 due to safety concerns.
Police administered a dose of a drug that reverses the effects of an opioid overdose.
A week after a tornado destroyed Logan’s home, it’s all still fresh in her mind.
A damaged barn is back together. A home is about a week away from being complete. Now, the people in Milan Center, just northwest of Woodburn, are reflecting on what it took to get life back to normal.
The city’s sixth bike share – and first outside of downtown Fort Wayne – was opened Wednesday morning outside Andorfer Commons on the Indiana Tech campus.
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A hit and run was reported just before 9 a.m. within the Wells Street Mobile Home Park in the 3100 block of North Wells Street.
More than 80,000 people attended last year, but this year brings even more fun for the family and car enthusiasts.
IPFW Anthropology Professor Dr. Lawrence Kuznar has spent time on boards with the National Counter-terrorism Center and the Pentagon. Often times he was working with a former Jihadist named Mubin Shaikh.
Indiana Connections Academy’s Drum Café initiative teaches methods of communication and productivity through the universal language of music.
If awarded, the Memorial Coliseum could host the first and second rounds of the Division 1 men’s basketball tournament and the Regional round of the Division I women’s basketball tournament.
The medals will be given to participants in the marathon, half-marathon, 4 mile and national 10k. The event is also in need of volunteers to help with a number of duties.
Indiana Conservation officers and medics were called around 8 p.m. Monday to Fitch Road just west of Coldwater Road on a report of an off-road vehicle crash.
Police were led on a chase from New Haven to Van Wert early Tuesday morning.
The victim, who has been identified as a 24-year-old Fort Wayne man, was gunned down late Monday evening on the city’s southeast side.
Members of the six-man team came from all over the U.S. to train for the Paralympic games at Fort Wayne’s Turnstone Facility.
More than 15 houses in a neighborhood just north of Downtown Fort Wayne were vandalized with spray paint early Sunday Morning.
New Haven High School’s physics students had to build a boat made only of cardboard and adhesive and navigate an obstacle course at Jury Pool.
Defiance College was placed on a lock down around 11 a.m. A Defiance Police Department dispatcher would only they were investigating a shots fired report.
Tyler Selesky joins us for TinCaps on the Clock.