A 95-year-old man who graduated in the 1930s is donating $1 million to his alma mater.
On the night of the Parkview Huntington shooting, Marty and Melanie Shanks spoke to Raul Martinez III on the phone. He told them he would be dead before they reached the hospital.
The unseasonably warm weather is bringing more people out to downtown Fort Wayne to enjoy a carriage ride.
For some people, shopping on Christmas Eve has become a holiday tradition.
A look at the plight of the homeless and those who are trying to empower them in the community.
The driver was fleeing a previous crash where her Pontiac lost a tire and was seen weaving in and out of traffic from Fort Wayne to Ashley.
The effort comes after a 25 percent drop in Ivy Tech’s enrollment over the past three years.
Firefighters responded early Thursday to Energy Control in Ossian after a fire broke out.
U.S. Navy 3rd Class Petty Officer Roger Jones will spend his first Christmas in three years with family.
Investigators said speed and alcohol might have been factors in the crash.
For nearly 20 years, Pat Ludy has made giving back a full-time job. She volunteers at the Salvation Army every Monday through Friday.
This is the warmest the Summit City has ever seen temperatures two days before Christmas and most aren’t complaining.
Investigators are looking into what killed a man whose body was found Wednesday afternoon inside a building where he had been working as a contractor.
The accident took place on State Road 101 in DeKalb County on Wednesday morning.
Raul Martinez III served in two branches of the military including a tour of Iraq. He had seen a showing of “Star Wars” and attended a “rave” prior to shooting at police at Parkview Huntington.
The city is hoping to get a bid on the project in 2016 with construction slated to start in 2017.
Pseudoephedrine is a key ingredient in making meth and the goal of the law change is to reduce the number of meth labs.
From dinosaurs to Mr. Potato Heads, the Kolberg sisters delivered just about every toy one would expect to find on a Christmas wish list.
In the season of giving, several customers are now catching on to what a local grocery store does all year long, thanks to one post on Facebook.
An Ohio based company that turns plastic and rubber waste into fuel plans to build a production facility in Steuben County that is expected to create up to 136 new jobs by 2019.