North Side High School Legends logo was unveiled Monday. The Legends nickname was announced in December as the prevailing choice in an online student-only vote.
New Tech Academy social studies teacher Jeff Roberts was named the 2016 Fort Wayne Community Schools Teacher of the Year.
Nebraska Elementary students learned how to get to Washington Elementary, where the majority will attend next year after Nebraska closes.
Detective Brent Roddy was sentenced Monday for a drunken driving crash on Easter Sunday.
Zanalynn Q. Booker pleaded guilty Monday in Allen Superior Court to charges of Criminal Recklessness and Battery related to the Jan. 11 shooting of Anthony Davis Jr.
Police have arrested two people who they believe set fire to a piece of equipment in Every Kids Dreamland in Columbia City over the weekend.
Barbecue experts weigh in on what not to do when preparing your holiday feast.
The charter class at East Allen University will officially graduate June 3 at 7:30 p.m. at IPFW.
Residents can take a pontoon boat ride on select Sunday evenings. The tours will feature historical information about the rivers.
Participants will have the chance to meet and play with other new musicians along with a live rock concert in Sweetwater’s Performance Theater.
Lutheran Children’s Hospital and Mad Anthony’s Hope House were beneficiaries of this year’s event.
The fourth annual Victory Ride raised money for Honor Flight of Northeast Indiana, which takes veterans to Washington D.C. to see memorials built in their honor.
Take a look at the ten transformed Citilink benches that will be installed along the river later in June.
The Allen County Coroner’s Office released information Monday on a man who was found shot on Spatz Avenue the day before.
Investigators said the fire spread throughout the attic before it was under control.
Police said the person had minor injures.
If approved, the city could collect between $25 and $40 on vehicles registered in Fort Wayne.
The basketball stand-out passed away May 12 after collapsing in his family’s home.
“They just see a person that’s dirty and living on streets and think the worst thing about them. But they don’t really know their story or where they came from or what they’re going through.”
The three-day festival at the Grand Wayne Center goes until Sunday evening.