Senate Bill 309 calls for the elimination of net metering, an incentive for solar users that pays those customers at retail rates for any excess energy they produce.
Community Transportation Network, which transports seniors and others who cannot drive to their medical and other appointments, is hiring good drivers and “caring people.”
Recent changes at Fort Wayne International Airport should make for a better spring break travel experience for fliers according to airport officials.
A bicyclist was hit in crosswalk at the intersection of N. Clinton Street and East State Boulevard.
Police are working to verify the connection between two women gunned down along Pemberton Drive and a man who shot himself to death.
In the first day of the trial for Hozyfa Sultan, accused of murder and attempted murder, prosecutors called a man who didn’t show up to testify last year, postponing the initial trial date and contributing to Sultan’s release from jail.
The decision to tear down the old police headquarters in Southeast Fort Wayne has been a controversial one, but the owners are defending their decision.
A man who went to prison for 22 years said his life didn’t end with that sentence. It was just beginning. His story, and others like his, are being told at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art.
Hollowell averaged 18.2 points and 5.1 rebounds a game as a senior.
The 3-day comedy festival concludes Sunday with a comedy show by the three festival headliners.
The Three Rivers Festival parade will be held Saturday, July 8 at 10 a.m. The 49th annual Three Rivers Festival will run July 7-15.
East Paulding Road was closed between Winter Street and Bowser Avenue while a crew worked to repair a 12-inch water main.
Emergency responders removed the vehicle from the water and found the driver inside.
The crash happened in the 2700 block of Lake Ave. around 1:45 Monday morning. The driver was taken to the hospital with a head wound. The two passengers were not seriously hurt.
Two organizations played hockey at Memorial Coliseum to help veterans by supporting the USO of Indiana.
The statement from pilot Jeffrey Mills is included in a preliminary National Transportation Safety Board report on the September 2015 crash near Smith Field in Fort Wayne.
The Educational Foundation’s mission is to provide ancillary funding for programs and activities that elevate the quality of education and extend learning opportunities for EACS students.
Ahead of the April 3 trial date for a Kosciusko County sheriff accused of bribery, the judge appointed to the case relinquished his duties due to illness.
The woman who brought the story in the movie “The Blind Side” to life, Leigh Anne Touhy will speak at the Parkview Mirro Center.
The University of Saint Francis will host the animator behind several animated Disney films like “Moana,” “Wreck-It Ralph,” “Frozen,” and “Big Hero 6” for a free lecture and film screening.