More people are working in Indiana than in most states in the Midwest, according to employment numbers released this week.
Like multiple times in the past, computer issues are causing problems with ISTEP testing.
More than 300 members of the Air Guard have been deployed in the Middle East since October of last year.
70 veterans took a trip to Washington, D.C. on Wednesday.
Another section of downtown could soon be getting some upgrades. If approved by council, nearly $2.1 million will be put into a section of Jefferson Boulevard to help accommodate other nearby completed projects.
The PAC, operating under the Fraternal Order of Police Labor Council announced the endorsements Tuesday night.
Prosecutors will file charges against two other people in connection to an incident at a Fort Wayne IHOP restaurant that was captured on cell phone video that went viral.
DeKalb County officers have issued 42 tickets to CSX railroad for blocking tickets in less than six months.
The federal government has committed more than $270,000 to find permanent housing for homeless veterans in northeast Indiana.
After eight months in Afghanistan, State Senator Jim Banks of Columbia City returned to Indiana Tuesday afternoon
Marg Wall, who along with her late husband Jim opened the Roller Dome skating rinks, passed away Tuesday morning at the age of 92.
The rescue of the poodle by the Fort Wayne Fire Department was caught on video.
The zoo has planned a season-long 50th birthday celebration with lots of old favorites and plenty of new attractions.
Indiana State Police urged drivers to use an alternative route during the morning commute after an accident near the exit for northbound Interstate 69.
May 15 is the deadline to send in photos of people and places for consideration in the book that will toast next year’s bicentennial.
The voluntary recall covers all products currently on the market and includes items sold in Indiana and Ohio.
The success of two of Fort Wayne’s three professional sporting teams in the playoffs is helping the Coliseum.
April 20th is Holocaust Remembrance Day, and 2015 marks the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.
A local woman is working to change state law after learning her stalker was being released early from prison with hardly any notice.
Fort Wayne came in at number 10 in AARP’s list of “Easiest Cities to Get Around” with populations between 100,000 and 500,000 for people ages 50 and older.