Thousands of people will park in downtown Fort Wayne this weekend for several events. While it will be packed, officials said it should not be impossible to find a spot.
The overcharges were in large part due to the overly complex fee structure that has existed throughout the Indiana Code for several years .
Sheriff Dave Gladieux on Friday petitioned the County Commissioners for $250,000 to fund the facility. The sheriff said he’ll ask the same of County Council next week.
Police arrested two people on multiple warrants. Auto theft charges are expected to be filed.
The elimination of business personal property tax on new business equipment would have a major financial impact on local taxing units, officials said.
Entry fees will be waived Sept. 29 at Chain O’Lakes State Park, Sept. 30 at Ouabache State Park and Oct. 2 at Pokagon State Park.
ITT announced this week it’s closing all 130 of its U.S. campuses, saying it can’t survive recent sanctions by the U.S. Department of Education.
Take a look at these free activities going on this holiday weekend.
The crash happened on U.S. one mile east of the state line.
The man has been identified as a 24-year-old Fort Wayne resident.
Investigators said a speeding car hit another car which caused it to hit a concrete wall and collide with a semi. It happened on eastbound U.S. 30 near the U.S. 33 exit.
Former Florida Governor and Presidential hopeful Jeb Bush was in Fort Wayne Thursday night to host a lecture for the IPFW Omnibus series.
New owners want to shake out the old and bring in the new, according to a statement.
The Mercer County Sheriff and Ohio Pharmacist Association Executive Director weigh in on medical marijuana becoming legal in Ohio.
Jeb Bush will lecture on leadership as part of IPFW’s Omnibus Lecture Series.
It was a small act that the teen could may not have known would make such an impact.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Local EMTs have responded to more than a dozen overdoses in the first week of September. NewsChannel 15 has … More »
Ticket reservations are requested by September 21.
Police officers on the scene were able to determine that one vehicle had a red light but were unable to determine which one.
Chuck Sheets was one of the founders of the YMCA of Steuben County and a founding board member of the Steuben County Community Foundation.