The public would have free access to court records.
The Fantasy of Lights display in Franke Park will end Dec. 31st for the season.
With a deeper-than-ever split between Republicans and Democrats over abortion, activists on both sides of the debate foresee a 2016 presidential campaign in which the nominees tackle the volatile topic more aggressively than in past elections.
Police said two subjects walked into the Big Lots in the Maplewood Plaza, adding that at least one of them had a gun.
On Sunday police responded to an apartment complex where the woman was found in critical condition, lying in the road.
The warmer than usual winter is getting in the way of sleep for the black bears at Black Pine Animal Sanctuary.
The former reality television star and tabloid king, who has relied on free news coverage and social media to power his presidential campaign, is uniquely obsessed with how the news media portray his events.
The first set from the brothers’ early kite to the 1905 Flyer will be transported to China next month. The second set will be delivered in 2017.
Two policemen who confronted a man carrying an air rifle in a Wal-Mart have asked a court to let them wait to give formal statements about the deadly police shooting in a lawsuit while a federal criminal investigation is pending.
Several events are planned around the Summit City to celebrate the countdown to 2016 Thursday night.
The city of Fort Wayne is converting the gas from sewage to usable energy.
What started out as a simple Facebook post to help clothe homeless veterans is now helping a former vet and his wife start the nonprofit of their dreams.
Going to watch a movie is a Christmas tradition for many families. We caught up with a few who do it for several different reasons.
Crews said the repairs will take about two hours.
A gathering of more than half a dozen people at an apartment in South Bend was interrupted when a man was shot.
He was just a regular Joe until he got a Santa suit. Now an army of elves helps him spread joy through the city of Fort Wayne.
3,000 people received a hot meal and sense of belonging.
A 95-year-old man who graduated in the 1930s is donating $1 million to his alma mater.
On the night of the Parkview Huntington shooting, Marty and Melanie Shanks spoke to Raul Martinez III on the phone. He told them he would be dead before they reached the hospital.