The airline lifted the ground stop about an hour after it was initiated due to a computer problem.
Science Central’s Martin Fisher brought in tunic forks, balloons, popsicle sticks and rubber bands to demonstrate sound.
Each week The Honeywell Foundation in Wabash will highlight an important aspect of the foundation and associate it with a giveaway.
Owner of Roanoke-based fine dining restaurant La Dolce Vita came to FirstNews Sunday to show everyone how to make easy, one-pot chili.
28 recruits will start the 21-week program Monday morning. The goal of the class is to get the force up to 460 officers… the number budgeted by the city.
The Allen County Right to Life event has been held since the 1973 Roe v. Wade U.S. Supreme Court decision.
An attic fire damaged a portion of The DeHayes Group Insurance building on West Jefferson Boulevard.
Fort Wayne UNITED hosted an event that aimed to create a space for black men to talk openly about relationships between law enforcement and residents.
Love, an eight-month-old pit bull mix, was by rescued Animal Care and Control with a muzzle taping his mouth shut, which caused extreme swelling. The Allen County SPCA is now committed to finding him a home.
Hundreds attended two separate rallies in Allen and Steuben counties.
Jeff Matchett from AT&T stopped by FirstNews Saturday to talk about some the latest fitness wearables to make workouts a little more bearable.
The Outdoor Lake and Cabin Show will feature outdoor gear, tackle, apparel, guns, fishing trips, kayaks, biking, camping, water sports, and seminars with demos by the pros.
Representatives from several area law enforcement organizations were available to talk and share coffee with members of the community.
Six airmen flew into Fort Wayne International Airport Friday night and were welcomed home by friends and family.
IPFW students gathered Friday morning for a panel discussion and viewing of the inauguration.
A person was taken the hospital after being initially pinned inside their vehicle, which flipped over after a crash at the intersection of Stellhorn and Reed roads.
After a traffic stop conducted in Texas found 70 kilograms of cocaine, the driver of the vehicle worked with police to conduct a controlled delivery of a portion of the drugs to a man in Fort Wayne who was then arrested by Homeland Security agents.
More than 20 young men went through different police training scenarios Friday with FWPD.
People who struggled with addiction shared their personal stories and thoughts about what recovery should look like at the “The New Definition of Recovery” event held at the Community Foundation in downtown Fort Wayne.
Free tickets will be available in person or online beginning on January 23.