Improvements made over the past year at the Fort Wayne International Airport are leading to a spike in the number of people flying FWA. Executive Director Scott Hinderman says they saw a big increase last month compared to October of last year.
Police arrested Trayshaun Pernell, 20, on Wednesday night and charged him in connection to a shooting on September 4, 2014.
The inmate had tied a string from his sweatshirt around his neck and attached it to a door hinge in his jail cell.
Deshawn M. Vaughn, of Fort Wayne faces several charges after he told police he shot his girlfriend in the same house as their two children.
Residents in parts of LaGrange County will have to pay for their own fire services after an agreement could not be reached with the Shipshewana Fire Department.
The congregation has grown over the last seven years and now has about 100 members from about 15 countries, most from Africa.
Due to hazardous weather in Buffalo and Niagara Falls the Fort Wayne GM plant has canceled second shift production for Thursday.
In October, plans were presented the featured elements such as a promenade, entertainment area, outdoor adventure area and more.
The Office of Early Education and Out-of-School Learning said it has begun accepting applications from needy families in Allen, Lake, Marion and Vanderburgh counties for children who are 4 years old and will start kindergarten next August.
Workers at the facility, owned by trupointe, noticed flames from a section of the elevator and called 911 around 1 a.m.
A recently formed committee has found its first two projects to support with coveted Legacy dollars. The nine-member Legacy Joint Funding Committee recommended projects that total $1.8 million to the Fort Wayne City Council.
The Affordable Care Act had issues with the launch of its website for consumers to shop for health insurance last year. Health officials say expect changes and easy navigation through the site this year.