Fort4Fitness organizers are taking registrations for it’s fourth annual spring cycle.
Thousands will flock to the Memorial Coliseum for northeast Indiana’s only Disabilities Expo.
The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation sponsored the walk.
A LaGrange Country woman was killed in a car crash around 11:30 a.m. Saturday just east of Shipshewana.
Athletes earn their spot in the camp by participating in a different community service project every year.
This is the 9th year the Fort Wayne Habitat for Humanity has participated in Women Build Week.
The day come right after the release of Disney’s superhero blockbuster, Avengers: Age of Ultron.
From now until May 8, people can submit a photo of their mom with a Prairie Farms product to be entered in a drawing for free milk for a year.
Celebrate bikes, art, music and theatre in Fort Wayne with this month long event leading up to Fort Wayne’s festival season.
The walk scheduled for later in May will help raise funds for education and research for those diseases that impact more than 40,000 Hoosiers.
On state representative said he is frustrated with how the university has handled sexual assault cases reported to campus police.
A man is in critical condition after his Chevy Blazer crashed into a tree early Saturday morning.
If things continue as scheduled, phase one of Fort Wayne Habitat For Humanity’s neighborhood will be half way built by the end of 2015. The subdivision, known as Fuller’s Landing, is set to have 115 homes when the project is completed in the next few years.
The crash happened around 5 p.m. between a motorcycle and a truck.
Police say a woman is in serious condition following a shooting just south of downtown Fort Wayne Friday afternoon.
A man who pleaded guilty to murder after gunning down a co-worker at the Auburn Dana plant in 1995 has asked a court to consider releasing him early.
Governor Pence visited the region Friday for the first time since the fallout from the Religious Freedom Act.
Parkview Trauma Centers launched its annual Share the Road campaign Friday.
Drive-in theatres became popular in the 1950s. To this day there are less than 500 in operation.
Area residents have an opportunity to show off where they ride their bikes in Fort Wayne as part of the #IHEARTKICKSTART Bicycle Photo Challenge which began Friday.