A driver going the wrong-way collided with a pickup truck near the Maysville Road/S.R. 37 exit.
The Indiana Tech men’s outdoor track and field team capped off the 2015-16 season in style on Saturday at Mickey Miller Blackwell Stadium with their third outdoor championship in four years as they swept both the indoor and outdoor titles.
The new attraction includes two 20-foot slides, a lazy river and a 60-gallon dump bucket.
Authorities said the body appeared to be in the river for sometime, but have yet to completely rule out foul play.
For the second time in four years the Carroll girls tennis team is heading to the state championship.
The city’s free splash pads opened Saturday along with Northside Pool.
“A Salute to Those Who Served” is an event that has continued for 13 years and recognizes military members for their sacrifice.
What might sound terrifying to some parents has become the norm in many schools nationwide after a rash of school shootings.
Greater Fort Wayne Inc. was inspired by the Tennessee Aquarium in Chattanooga.
The 3-time race champion talked exclusively with NewsChannel 15’s Chris Darby while visiting Decatur.
Thousands of people visited the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Friday to celebrate the start of the Indy 500 weekend.
There are five major projects outlined in the multi-million dollar plan, including a new park near Science Central.
Duck sponsors are $5 per duck and admission is free.
Patrons and employees of the Maysville Road Kohl’s and Walmart who were present at those stores on May 18 from 1-5 p.m. should monitor themselves.
Beginning June 6, the LaGrange County Courthouse will be staffed with law enforcement, and guests will pass through a security scanner.
The lawsuit claims a Forest Park Elementary teacher spanked a 6-year-old first grade student for an unknown reason in November.
Events for the May 27-30, 2016 weekend include a free movie and a Memorial Day celebration – all free.
Kash, with the Steuben County Sheriff’s Department since 2011, died from complications from a long-term injury that took him out of service a year ago.
The Golden is the newest downtown restaurant to open inside the Ash Skyline Plaza June 3.
Zoo Director Jim Anderson said its waiting to hear back from the Indiana Department of Environmental Management on what to do next.