Bob Myer, 68, has been with the group either as a volunteer or president since the third flight in 2010.
The Bridal Spectacular and Beyond is at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum all weekend.
We get advice from a personal trainer on how to stick with resolutions to get healthy.
Fort Wayne’s mayor, clerk and council started their terms at noon on Friday.
Police arrested 28-year-old Craig Scheuer after he left the scene that damaged utility poles and brought down wires across three roads.
Hundreds celebrated the end of 2015 and the beginning of 2016 in their own way all across the city.
An out-of-control car went into a catch fence in one of the racetrack’s corners and struck two paramedics who were behind the fence Sunday.
Fred Tone spent 43 years as a teacher, coach and principal at Bishop Dwenger. He lost his battle with cancer Tuesday.
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Hospitals in northeast Indiana will use a plain language alert system rather than a color code notification system.
Randy Lee Dial died of blunt force injuries to the head. His death was ruled the county’s 30th homicide of 2015.
Police say the suspect went up to the teller at the Fifth Third Bank on Rothman Road just before 5 p.m. Wednesday. He handed the employee a letter demanding money. The suspect was given an undisclosed amount of money.
Following a string of incidents where police impersonators pulled over cars on the north side.
Viewers in Northeast Indiana and Northwest Ohio have selected the top 15 stories of the year based on the results of a wane.com poll.
Services are expected to be fully restored by early Wednesday evening, Frontier said.
The family surprised a waitress at Mad Anthony Brewing Co. on Taylor Street with the tip on Tuesday.
FWPD has not said if anything was taken in the armed robbery.
Thanks to the Nevada Donor Network, Rhonda Berger and her daughter will make it to California in time to see the Rose Bowl Parade to see their family member honored.
After a busy year of campaigning and winning a third term as mayor, Tom Henry is looking forward to a year focused solely on his job of leading the Summit City.
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