During a search warrant service, police found 21 grams of cocaine and a small amount of spice.
Police were called to the lot in the 7500 block of Hessen Cassel Road shortly before 3 a.m.
Firefighters were called to the Butler Company building around 6:45 p.m. on South Broadway and East Willow Street.
Marriage expert, Ryan T. Anderson, who supports Religious Freedom Restoration Acts, spoke at IPFW Thursday night.
A man charged with two counts of child molestation told police during an interview he knew what he did was wrong.
One attorney thinks the new religious freedom law won’t have much effect on the community. Another said it could have huge implications.
Local Fort Wayne businesses weigh in on Gov. Mike Pence signing the Religious Freedom bill into law.
The fatal shooting Wednesday night was the fourth shooting in just four days. Fort Wayne Police Chief Garry Hamilton says he’s fed up with the violence.
The 14-time Olympic Gold Medalist talked about a program that will teach kids water safety and healthy lifestyles.
One of five suspects in a Syracuse, Indiana double-murder doesn’t think he will get a fair trial unless it is moved out of Kosciusko County.
Two houses have minor damage after a man was backing up his truck Thursday afternoon when his foot cast got stuck.
Mayor Tom Henry sent a letter to the Indiana Department of Health after it was discovered that The Deck apparently violates the state ban on open-air bars.
Congressman Marlin Stutzman said he’s considering running for the U.S. Senate after Senator Dan Coats announced his retirement.
Lifeline Youth & Family Services and Crosswinds employees held a “plank-off” to help raise money for colleagues in need.
Mayoral candidate Rick Stevenson used this officer’s actions to compare Fort Wayne and Ferguson, Missouri.
City leaders will spend $55 million to improve streets, sidewalks, trails, and sewer & water infrastructure.
The goal of the talk was to raise awareness about condition, the symptoms, treatments and to reduce discrimination.
It’s been nearly one year since 17-year-old Haley Nellum was killed while heading home. Police said she was hit by a drunk driver. This week, her high school, Bishop Dwenger is remembering her.