Take a look at the ten transformed Citilink benches that will be installed along the river later in June.
The Allen County Coroner’s Office released information Monday on a man who was found shot on Spatz Avenue the day before.
Investigators said the fire spread throughout the attic before it was under control.
Police said the person had minor injures.
If approved, the city could collect between $25 and $40 on vehicles registered in Fort Wayne.
The basketball stand-out passed away May 12 after collapsing in his family’s home.
“They just see a person that’s dirty and living on streets and think the worst thing about them. But they don’t really know their story or where they came from or what they’re going through.”
The three-day festival at the Grand Wayne Center goes until Sunday evening.
The final numbers are not yet in, but organizers estimate the A.J. Arnett 5K Run raised $7,000 for Honor Flight Northeast Indiana.
Every Tuesday a group will meet to go for a bike ride to spotlight a specific trail around Fort Wayne.
5 years after it became Sweetwater Aviation, the business will hold an open house and give tours of a new hangar.
The 5th annual Fort4Fitness Spring Cycle event takes place on Saturday, May 21. Routes in Fort Wayne includes Main, Barr and Columbia streets in addition to Lake and Vance avenues.
The Fort4Fitness route in Fort Wayne includes Main, Barr and Columbia streets in addition to Lake and Vance avenues.
NEI Water Trails announces Pedal, Paddle, Play planned for June 11.
The Mitchell family will gather at the Central Drive fire site to celebrate the lives of three children killed in 1988.
On Saturday, more that 5,000 residents will be out cleaning up around the city.
The pop group joins a growing list of entertainers canceling appearances after the passage of a legislation that many are saying legalizes discrimination.
Friday is National Bike to Work Day. The City of Fort Wayne is celebrating the day with a breakfast.
Witnesses told police the driver was riding in a group of motorcycles when he appeared to lose control.
Pat McAfee made a stop in Fort Wayne for his comedy tour Friday night at the Embassy.