The Warsaw boy is at a Fort Wayne hospital in critical condition.
Two Indiana bakeries share a love for four-sided doughnuts but one of them believes there is room for only one square doughnut-maker.
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Multiple sources told NewsChannel 15 the vehicle is registered to an FWPD detective, but it’s unclear if he was in the car at the time of the crash.
Crews responded to Habegger’s ACE Lumber around midnight Sunday morning.
The victim was shot in a home in 5500 block of Glenridge Drive around 2 a.m. Sunday.
Portland Police and Team Bully Response Squad hold a joint fundraiser and anti-bullying event for the Ervin family.
Four other people were hurt when a minivan collided with two pickup trucks pulling farm implements.
Fort Wayne native John Resig, co-founded of theChive, made a check presentation to the department.
Warsaw native Ben Higgins was in Winona Lake supporting an organization he’s been involved with since high school.
East Allen County Schools is hosting its third annual Autism Resource Fair to help students gain tools to better understand autism.
The Fort Wayne Police Department’s Victim Assistance Program is holding a fundraiser next month to benefit victims of crime.
The Fort Wayne Fire Department responded to a two-story home early Saturday morning.
Woodlan High School assistant wrestling coach Neil Burd died in a rollover crash around 4 a.m. Saturday along North Webster Road in New Haven.
Police responding to multiple reports of shots fired found a parked car in an alley with the victim shot to death inside.
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Indiana residents react to new Indiana law, which bans abortions because of fetal genetic abnormalities such as down syndrome.
Hundreds of people are without a pain doctor after the state medical licensing board voted to suspend Dr. Michael Cozzi’s medical license following allegations that he over prescribed drugs.
The business was razed after a massive fire destroyed the building in November.
Volunteers are getting ready to serve 2,000 meals starting at noon this Sunday.