U.S. Navy 3rd Class Petty Officer Roger Jones will spend his first Christmas in three years with family.
Investigators said speed and alcohol might have been factors in the crash.
For nearly 20 years, Pat Ludy has made giving back a full-time job. She volunteers at the Salvation Army every Monday through Friday.
This is the warmest the Summit City has ever seen temperatures two days before Christmas and most aren’t complaining.
Investigators are looking into what killed a man whose body was found Wednesday afternoon inside a building where he had been working as a contractor.
The accident took place on State Road 101 in DeKalb County on Wednesday morning.
Raul Martinez III served in two branches of the military including a tour of Iraq. He had seen a showing of “Star Wars” and attended a “rave” prior to shooting at police at Parkview Huntington.
The city is hoping to get a bid on the project in 2016 with construction slated to start in 2017.
Pseudoephedrine is a key ingredient in making meth and the goal of the law change is to reduce the number of meth labs.
From dinosaurs to Mr. Potato Heads, the Kolberg sisters delivered just about every toy one would expect to find on a Christmas wish list.
In the season of giving, several customers are now catching on to what a local grocery store does all year long, thanks to one post on Facebook.
An Ohio based company that turns plastic and rubber waste into fuel plans to build a production facility in Steuben County that is expected to create up to 136 new jobs by 2019.
$10,000 will go to tree-planting projects.
Nine homeless men and women were remembered Monday night during the Rescue Mission’s “Longest Night” walk.
December 21st marks the busiest day of the year for the United States Postal Service, with some 30 million packages going out across the globe.
Four Indiana regions lost out to the Fort Wayne, Evansville and South Bend areas in the funding announced last week.
Several radio signals were out for a little more than an hour after a semi crashed, taking out power for hundreds of homes and businesses, including some radio stations.
This is the second year the restaurant has given away turkeys since it first opened in July of 2014.
The Community Transportation Network, the Embassy Theatre and the Turnstone Center for Children and Adults with Disabilities were awarded $100,000.
The men, all from Fort Wayne, appeared in court in Whitley County Monday morning where a judge set bond for all three. The woman told police she had been stopped for a train last Wednesday when her ordeal began.