Belinda Lewis has spent the last 28 years doing great things for the community, and she’s confident her team will continue that success.
Investigators in Kosciusko County arrested a man Friday afternoon on preliminary charges of dealing cocaine.
The runaway was first reported missing on Tuesday and thanks to several leads and the work of multiple police departments, she was found safe on Friday.
It’s an old requirement that’s being enforce again and could cost as many as 50,000 Hoosiers their food assistance benefits.
Man dealing spice in Freimann Square arrested on three charges.
During the chase, which ended at the intersection of State and Coliseum boulevards, eight cars were damaged.
The Fort Wayne Police Department responded to reports of shots fired Thursday afternoon.
Volunteers with Study Connection were honored Thursday. Leaders at FWCS said the program provides more than just academic help.
The driver told police his car veered off a road Thursday morning in Whitley County, struck a tree and caught fire. His 80-year-old passenger died in the crash.
The Auburn Board of Public Works and Safety voted to suspend officers Steve Ryan and Steve Vallance for procedural infractions at the suggestion of Police Chief Martin McCoy.
Roger Carlson, 37, was found guilty of the four counts against him by a jury in July.
No word if any arrests were made in connection with the investigation.
Two people inside the truck had minor injuries.
About two inches of water flooded the building Thursday morning.
A large pile of trash that stretches across a front yard is upsetting neighbors who want the trash picked up.
Police found marijuana and a dozen guns during a raid at a home on Brown St. Wednesday.
A Churubusco family is hoping whoever stole a helmet from a memorial along U.S. 33 will give it back.
The Indiana Attorney General is warning of medical identity theft, now a greater concern than financial identity theft.
EACS Transportation Director Dave Myers said a railroad worker motioned the bus through the crossing when the arm closed down on it.
Allen and ten other counties are coming together in hopes of getting $42 million from the state for quality of life projects.