Officials said acidic ferric chloride is leaking from the town’s wastewater treatment plant.
A suspect got away with some cash during an armed robbery at a Fort Wayne Wendy’s restaurant.
A forecast “Godzilla” El Niño could lead to an “Ant-Man” winter in Fort Wayne.
The debate about building a big warehouse and truck hub in southwest Allen County will continue for at least another month.
All lanes of I-69 are now open after police investigated and cleaned up after a fatal crash.
There is an order on the building dated Thursday from the state Department of Revenue indicating the business is in violation of Indiana Code that requires it to pay excise taxes.
Tru-Fit Sport and Fitness is hosting a unique obstacle course challenge that will test anyone participating both mentally and physically.
Water from Waldron Lake tested more than 10 times higher than the safe limit, according to the West Lakes Association.
Officers watched the man perform the act in plain view of passing motorists in Indianapolis.
Forest Park Elementary School has tripled the number of students who are riders since the new transportation zone was put in place.
The crash occurred around 3:20 p.m. Wednesday on U.S. 6 near the intersection with 1050 West.
The lottery said both women were running errands when they purchased their tickets.
A Fort Wayne newspaper reports the lawsuit from Ryan Pool against Medical Informatics Engineering was filed Wednesday in federal court.
Cedar Canyon Elementary School teacher Chris Dodane died Wednesday morning, only a couple hours before the start of a new school year.
Two teenagers were in the car on County Road 500 at the time of the crash. 18-year-old Jordan Shafter died from blunt force trauma and 19-year-old Cole Dowd is in serious condition at Lutheran Hospital with various injuries.
A battle is brewing in southwest Allen County over a potential development project.
Sports and Spirits sports bar is back open and selling alcohol again.
The price of gas shot up to $2.99 a gallon at some Fort Wayne stations Wednesday. The price hike was the result of unexpected repairs needed at the BP refinery in Whiting, Indiana.
Students met teachers, staff and classmates, a rarity for students part enrolled in an online education program.
The pair, a man and a woman, got away with an undisclosed amount of cash and drove off in a two-tone green pickup.