Jessica Ann Fecht, 34, whose body was found in a hole in the basement of a Sherman Boulevard home Feb. 5, was strangled to death, the coroner’s office ruled.
The 17th trip with Honor Flight Northeast Indiana is the last full flight for World War II veterans.
The second Republican debate is Wednesday night in California.
The driver of the vehicle left the scene after the crash, according to dispatch officials.
The average returning teacher will receive a one-time 6.1 percent bump in salary.
A new bike hub and wellness center will go into the Ash Brokerage building downtown, making living, working and commuting to downtown more convenient.
Contractors began to clear the site at the Towpath Trail head last week, but Tuesday they started building the berm.
As firefighters worked, Hickory Tree Road at Dupont Road was blocked off.
More than 109,000 customers have held Delmar rental cards over the years.
A jury has to decide whether Jeremy Washington committed murder when he ran a red light, killing 17-year-old Haley Nellum back in 2014.
Gas price analysts predicted it and on Tuesday, it became a reality at several stations in Fort Wayne where the price of regular unleaded dropped below $2.00 a gallon.
The goal of the Fort Wayne Downtown Development Trust’s Landing Outreach Survey is to learn what residents would like to see most in the area.
The two Fort Wayne mayoral candidates will square off in a debate a week before the election.
Churubusco Rural Carrier Diane Reed was making a delivery just after noon when she noticed one of her customers, an 80-year-old woman, in need in her garage.
The program will take canoe or kayakers from Spencerville to Leo-Cedarville on Sunday, Oct. 4.
A maintenance worker was using a grinder in cell block B of the Allen County Jail around 8:45 a.m. when a spark flew off and into the ventilation system.
They have been preparing and praying for weeks. Now just a week away from their trip to see the Pope in Philadelphia, a local family explains why it is so important to be there.
Indiana Coatings Inc. announced plans Monday to open a new facility in Berne and create up to 120 new jobs by 2018.
Several years ago, before he started running long distance, Damon found a lump in his right groin.
Ten banners have been added so far this year to honor the men and women in our community who are serving our country.