Students are encouraged to wear red to the home football game with Snider in honor of sophomore JoQuan Liggion, who died Sunday in a traffic crash.
Three DeKalb County mosquito pools tested positive for the virus, health officials said.
Nicole Hart found her 2-year-old cat, Carrot, its fur blood-soaked, its tongue severed and placed on a window sill, the late evening of Aug. 30.
Valravn will be the tallest, fastest and longest dive coaster in the world.
Some residents in Allen County have received phone calls claiming they’ve missed jury duty and now must pay a fine.
William D. Wagaman, 52, of Grabill, was mowing grass on a riding mower along S.R. 37 near Ricker Road just after 5 p.m. Monday when he was hit by a vehicle that had veer off the roadway.
Wells County Economic Development CEO Tim Ehlerding called the designation “one more arrow in our quiver of economic development tools.”
The appeal involves a judgment that orders the Fort Wayne-South Bend Diocese to pay a former language arts teacher who underwent in vitro fertilization treatments.
Firefighters were called to a home in the 600 block of Fifth Street shortly before 1 a.m. Wednesday.
Police said both victims worked at Shangri La West, but did not have life-threatening injuries.
In the wake of two student deaths in just eight days, around a dozen counselors from Lutheran Social Services are helping Concordia students and staff grieve and start to heal.
The measure to provide more than $950,000 in Legacy dollars to support the growth of the Life Science Education and Research Center received five votes from the council. It required at least six to pass.
Some consider the end of Labor Day as the unofficial kick off to the campaign season. That seems to be holding true in the Fort Wayne mayoral race.
Police determined the heavily damaged 1996 Chevy S-10 was reported stolen in 2000 from the Wood Dale, Illinois, area.
With the Hotel Fitness Championship this week, the spotlight is on the golf world.
Jean Russell, a literacy specialist at Haverhill Elementary School, was one of ten Indiana educators selected as finalists for the honor by the Indiana Department of Education.
Garrett Mayor Tonya Hoeffel died Sunday after a short battle with cancer.
Excellon will upgrade its manufacturing facility just north of downtown Fort Wayne to produce a new line of therapeutic products that will require a larger workforce.
More than 85,000 visited the Auburn Auction Park during the annual event, which was held Sept. 2 – 6.
The Pope will visit Philadelphia on Sept. 27 for the World Meeting of Families. While in the city, he will hold a public Mass on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway.