Money raised at the Walking Home fundraiser benefits nine local agencies that serve the area’s homeless.
Main and Ewing streets will be restricted or closed for several blocks while crews being work repaving roads and driveways.
Motorists are urged to avoid the intersection of Crescent Ave. and Stellhorn Rd. where the crash happened.
Ahead of the May primaries, local church leaders are holding an event for voters to hear from candidates.
Mother’s Day is a couple weeks away and if you’re looking for gift ideas, a local business has one that also gives to a good cause.
A company planned on building the cell tower next to batting cages and a children’s play area.
Cold temperatures and rainy conditions didn’t stop the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo from beginning its 50th season Saturday.
A deer spent about 30 minutes in an empty classroom after school hours before it jumped out of a window.
Everything collected with the ACSPCA’s Stuff the Van program will be redistributed to pets in the community.
The Fort Wayne March for Babies had more than 700 participants despite gloomy weather.
If you’re looking for something for your teenager to do while school is out, Indiana State Police is offering a chance to learn more about law enforcement.
The Positive Resource Center is putting on its annual walk to raise awareness and funds for the infected people in northeast Indiana.
The Allen County Library is joining the yearly event that gives free comic books around the world.
More and more corporate and commercial planes want to fly out of a regional airport. The demand has caused the DeKalb County Airport to expand.
Wabash County officials got a call from a man saying he was armed with a shotgun and bomb in the Administration Building.
April is Volunteer Appreciation Month. Last year alone, Erin’s House tallied 6,391 hours of volunteer service.
A stage production expert explains ways to improve stage safety after a stage collapse at a central Indiana high school.
Award-winning journalist and Indiana native Jane Pauley was in Fort Wayne Friday, sharing a message about embracing the future.
A building in downtown Huntington was just added to Indiana Landmarks’ 10 most endangered list and local leaders hope that will help find it new life.
Volunteers who have adopted a playground with the Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation Department were out cleaning their sponsored playground.