Police said someone called 911 after hearing gunfire near the intersection of Barr and Esmond Streets Sunday night.
Incumbent Mayor Tom Henry and Republican candidate Mitch Harper will participate in only one debate before Nov. 3rd election.
The new ministry will help children with special needs better interact with their peers at church.
Super Bowl champion and Heisman trophy winner, Paul Hornung paid a visit to Fort Wayne on Saturday.
Matilda Jane is a direct sales company, meaning it has no store fronts. The women, girls and babies clothing is sold through Trunk Keepers.
The car was on its side, in flames, when four hunters helped her brother roll the vehicle onto its wheels.
Science Central is celebrating 20 years in November and to commemorate the anniversary, it’s offering free admission along with a celebration.
The country’s oldest continuously published humor magazine awarded Fallon with a trophy and an 85-cent check.
Before the jury made their decision, Kenan Ivery told them he’s “no saint” and asked them to save his life.
It happened at the intersection of Lafayette and Gary. One person is in serious condition.
There was even a LEGO mosaic of Billy Murray.
New Haven firefighters and American Red Cross volunteers went door to door to spread awareness about fire safety and replace old smoke detectors.
A two-vehicle crash closed parts of the highway west of Kendallville Saturday afternoon.
Pets and their owners dressed up to raise money for Fort Wayne Animal Care and Control to help it care for abused and neglected animals.
Police believe Saturday’s armed robbery at a Marathon is connected to a previous robbery.
The Fort Wayne Children’s Choir offers children from different backgrounds the chance to join a choral program.
The State Department of Health says Indiana’s cancer registry shows 26 people were diagnosed with a brain cancer type called glioblastoma in Henry County between 1999 and 2013.
Help various causes, shop for food or clothing and check out Lego creations like never before. It’s all going on Oct. 24.
Mayor Tom Henry and Councilman Mitch Harper take different approaches in ads about public safety during a string of violence.
Crews pouring a sidewalk sliced a gas line in downtown Huntington. The fire department is monitoring the gas levels while a crew repairs the line.