A battle is brewing in southwest Allen County over a potential development project.
Sports and Spirits sports bar is back open and selling alcohol again.
The price of gas shot up to $2.99 a gallon at some Fort Wayne stations Wednesday. The price hike was the result of unexpected repairs needed at the BP refinery in Whiting, Indiana.
Students met teachers, staff and classmates, a rarity for students part enrolled in an online education program.
The pair, a man and a woman, got away with an undisclosed amount of cash and drove off in a two-tone green pickup.
Williams County officials will be presented with a certificate and a special StormReady sign during a ceremony at the Williams County EMA on Aug. 31.
The coroner’s office released its findings Thursday afternoon.
Police said both drivers were wearing their seat belts at the time of the crash.
The Little Free Library depots are general mailboxes stuffed with books. Readers can take a book and swap it with another.
The funding is part of an Indiana Economic Development Corp. grant program and will be paid from the state’s Industrial Development Grant Fund.
It’s the first jet bridge to ever be used at Fort Wayne International Airport’s lower level gates.
The release said drug officers investigated the case for two weeks leading up to the arrests.
Interstate 469 was closed for more than two hours near Stellhorn Road early Wednesday.
NACS Superintendent Chris Himsel and SACS Superintendent Dr. Philip Downs talk about what’s happening for 2015-2016.
The incident knocked out power to more than 1,600 I&M customers in New Haven Wednesday morning.
Summer rain has shut down many activities at the lake for weeks, but some of those areas have finally opened.
Local troopers and a Kendallville Detective were honored for their roles assisting the United States Postal Service in a ceremony in Fort Wayne today.
Leaders with the Indiana State Police said they don’t plan on issuing body cameras anytime soon. The cost is only part of the reason.
Representative Cindy Gamrat started the Huntington TEA Party around 2009, but it’s not her work in Indiana that has everybody talking.
Franke Park Elementary at Mildred Avenue and Sherman Boulevard saw three times its usual car riders as parents waited for more than a half-hour.