The Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo let media outlets get a look at Asmara, a 3-month-old Sumatran Orangutan.
State Police closed a lane after a crash with an injury near the 300 mile marker.
A car ran a red light and crashed into a truck on Main Street. The truck then flipped over and hit a pole.
A hospital in Louisville is looking into whether the bus driver had a heart attack or stroke before the crash.
Northbound traffic was slow after a semi rolled over around 4 a.m. on Thursday.
The girl told police that a “creepy man” came to her window and tried to trick her with candy.
A proposed school funding formula by the Indiana House has leaders at Fort Wayne Community Schools concerned about their bottom line. The proposal would give the state’s largest school district a much smaller budget increase than the state average.
A neighbor believes someone has set a vacant home on fire in the 1400 block of Main St. It’s caught fire three times in the past six weeks.
Police have arrested a fourth person in connection with a shooting last month in Syracuse that left two people dead.
Students spend four days helping local non-profit groups while learning more about the services they provide to the community.
Leaders in New Haven and Allen County are reacting to the loss of nearly 250 jobs. Vera Bradley announced Tuesday that it’s closing its manufacturing plant.
Because Vera Bradley is a publicly traded company, the CEO was asked whether there is less of a reason to keep production in northeast Indiana.
More transportation cuts could be coming to Fort Wayne Community Schools students. The district is considering cutting bus service to all daycares.
The company’s CEO outlined a plan for the future a day after a plant closing announcement as the company sets its sights on $1 billion in annual sales.
A man found dead near train tracks in downtown Fort Wayne was apparently hit by a train while he was walking along the tracks.
The expansion plans for the two companies are expected to create more than 50 new jobs.
Firefighters visited the home on Jan. 31 and Feb. 21 prior to Wednesday’s alarm.
The ordinance would have changed the grievance process if an employee is disciplined or fired.