Police found shell casings in an alley near Turpie Street. The victims’ injuries were not life-threatening.
The Steuben County Sheriff’s Department identified the driver as a 54-year-old man from Reading, Michigan.
Police said Gregory Scott Roberts was found safe Saturday morning.
Police say Matthew Woods lead officers on a high speed chase on US 30 and I-69.
NewsChannel 15 got an exclusive interview with the potential First Lady who talked about everything from the presidential race to date night with Ted Cruz.
Fort Wayne’s music industry is feeling the impact of Prince’s death and plans to celebrate his life for days to come.
These materials are available for your yard and garden for free.
Auctions America expects 450 classic cars at this year’s spring auction on May 5-7.
Mayor Henry stressed that the North IV annexation plan is not about funding downtown development and he addressed multiple concerns voiced by those opposed to the proposal.
The driver had apparently slammed on the brakes which caused the load of I-beams to break loose and crash through the cab.
Crews responded to the fire around 4:15 a.m. near Roth and Springfield Center roads.
FWPD responded to a reported armed robbery at Hawthorn Suites on Lima Road.
Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz was in Indianapolis Thursday night to speak at the GOP Spring Dinner.
Jerry’s wife Linda is battling stage 4 liver cancer. She’s been a pillar of support in the police and fire community and now public safety officials are supporting her.
A number of area Walgreen’s will collect pills as part of Unwanted Medication Disposal Day.
Funds raised from the 18-month calendar will go to help cancer research at the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
Firefighters were able to quickly put the fire out. It’s the second vacant vacant house to recently catch fire in the northeast Fort Wayne neighborhood.
Police believed a red SUV was connected to a shooting on St. Mary’s Avenue early Thursday morning.
The Ohio governor will be at the Hamilton County Fairgrounds in Noblesville for a town hall meeting on Tuesday.
Rep. Marlin Stutzman’s Senate campaign paid more than $2,000 for the four airline tickets to Los Angeles and covered expenses for a van rental and Hilton hotel room recorded during the August trip.