FWPD Vice and Narcotics investigators believe the property they seized may have prevented $150,000 in “spice” from making it to the streets.
The shooting is the third in Fort Wayne in a 12 hour span.
Kroger’s online shopping program, ClickList, will start in Fort Wayne on Thursday. People can submit their order online and pick it up at the store, without ever getting out of their car.
NewsChannel 15 obtained child abuse statistics from around the area. They showed number of cases of sexual abuse, physical abuse and neglect from 2014 to 2015. There were significant changes between the years, but not as much as the number of sexual abuse cases in Wells County. It tripled.
Ragweed pollen peaked a little later this year, so within the last few weeks, allergy sufferers have likely seen an increase in their symptoms.
Around 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, a semi crossed over U.S. 27 at S.R. 218 in Berne and crashed into the Classics Plus Auto Sales lot.
Fort Wayne Police were called around 1 p.m. Tuesday to the intersection of Warsaw and St. Martins streets, near St. Peters Catholic Church a block east of Lafayette Street.
A Syracuse Police officer found a “military-type grenade” in the grass by a Goodwill donation box around 11:30 a.m. Monday.
James Keeran, 55, of Payne, Ohio, was last seen taking a hike Friday night at Big Rock Cabins in Jackson, Ohio, 75 miles south of Columbus.
Fort Wayne Fire crews were called just before 8 a.m. to a home at 629 Dewald St. As many as six engines were called to the scene.
The incident happened shortly after midnight in the 600 block of Tennessee Ave.
15-year-old Rashaad Moore acted quickly, performing CPR, when an elderly man had a heart attack at a local Walmart.
Fort4Fitness’ director of marketing discusses their protocol for the 2016 festival.
Allen County Public Libraries has reported four heroin overdoses in its facilities so far this year.
At 1 p.m. Monday, a man entered the bank, located on Lima Road, approached the teller and handed her a note, indicating that he was robbing the bank.
The closure is set to take place on Monday, September 26 so crews can work on a bridge over the Eel River in northwest Allen County.
The $1 million intercultural center will be named in memory of Jean Childs Young, an educator and human rights activist and the late wife of former U.N. Ambassador Andrew Young.
The traveling exhibit will be on display through January 8.
The event raises money for Animal Care and Control.
The firm advises parents should start early and invest in a 529 account, an education savings plan operated by the state of Indiana that offers a tax credit.