A family member found the 33-year-old victim Sunday morning.
Mr. Peanut is taking his iconic vehicle around the country to celebrate his 100th birthday.
Police say they used a decoy to arrange a meeting at a Terre Haute hotel to make the arrests.
Free trolleys will be running from 10-4 connecting downtown shops and restaurants.
One victim was shot in the arm after an overnight shooting on Pauline Street.
Police say a man was shot at Hallmark Inn and dropped off at a hospital.
Homestead and Snider split their Saturday doubleheader at Hawley Field.
Innovative Building Systems, which owns All American Homes, is closing it’s nationwide locations due to bankruptcy.
More than 400 walkers and volunteers showed their commitment to curing, preventing and treating type 1 diabetes at the annual walk.
Firefighters rescued and revived two cats who were inside the home at the time of the fire.
Athletes from around six counties used this event to qualify for the statewide Special Olympics gathering in Terre Haute in June.
It all started in 2001 when a comic book retailer in California saw the success of comic-based movies and decided to expose moviegoers to the stories and illustrations that inspired the movies.
On Saturday, half of the proceeds of Ultimate and Works Washes will go to offset the cost of programming for youth mentoring.
VooDoo BBQ & Grill along with Winner’s Circle Off Tracking Betting is one of the many establishments celebrating the race before the 142nd running of the Kentucky Derby.
History Center Executive Director Todd Pelfrey shared two special artifacts from this month’s exhibit involving telephone service in Fort Wayne.
The university is awarding Biden and former Speaker of the House John Boehner its top award, the Laetare Medal.
BikeFusion is the first of it’s kind Festival in Fort Wayne. The bike show was for experienced and novice bicyclists alike on the campus of Turnstone.
Fort Wayne Police, Fort Wayne Fire, and the Three Rivers Ambulance Authority share how much they spent on security for Fort Wayne’s recent presidential campaign visits.
Law enforcement officers from around the region are in Fort Wayne this week for training in hostage negotiations.
Sara Schaefer, a Fort Wayne native, joins WANE-TV from WTHI-TV in Terre Haute. She’ll partner with meteorologist Rob Lydick on First News Weekend.