The work will take place in northern Allen county where I-69 passes over Cedar Creek and will require temporary crossovers to be built.
The 28-year-old was arrested after a fight broke out when his daughter refused to sit in timeout for three hours and sleep on a cot.
Police got involved after an audit showed a large amount of money missing from the Heritage Elementary School PTO.
DuCharme, McMillen & Associates, Inc. plans to invest $2.5 million to move to the new Ash Skyline Plaza this summer.
Police are looking into a robbery at a gas station on the city’s north side Wednesday night.
Usually the focus is on the green beer on St. Patrick’s Day, but this year all eyes will be on TVs as the NCAA tournament gets underway.
Medical providers and the county’s health commissioner are reacting to new guidelines, set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for prescribing opioids for chronic pain. It’s the latest effort to curb the number of overdose deaths nationwide.
44-year-old Wilma Schwartz died of single gunshot wound to the head.
Jeff Fuze moved up north 15 years ago. He never dreamed the city would annex that far up, but is prepared to move if the plan is approved.
Dr. Sherry Grate will leave DeKalb Central Schools to serve as superintendent of Westfield Washington Schools.
The store opened up in January and offers a wide variety of dresses, veils and jewelry at a reasonable price.
FWPD were initially called to the home for a disturbance, but it’s not know what caused the fire.
After five years without any homicides, the Paulding County Sheriff’s Department is investigating with two homicides and a suspicious death.
Wilma Schwartz’s red Pontiac Sunfire was found around 2 a.m. Wednesday, parked in a parking lot in Huntington County, Indiana.
Many voters support the state’s governor, John Kasich, while others are backing another candidate for president.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich scored his first win of the presidential nomination contest.
While Superintendent Chris Himsel said he understands the city’s logic, the property tax cap law is making the issue worse.
Monday, Fort Wayne announced plans to annex about 23 square miles to the north. Some people are upset over the idea, but likely can’t do anything to stop the move if it gets approved.
Tens of thousands of people will be affected by this proposed annexation. Some say it is a good move for the city, but question if it’s good for the residents.
The lost UTEC workers represent about 8 percent of Huntington’s workforce age 16 and older.