The 5th annual Fort4Fitness Spring Cycle event takes place on Saturday, May 21 and time is running out for participants to register online.
Two peregrine falcon chicks were banded at the Indiana Michigan Power Center in downtown Fort Wayne, where they have nested.
The $2.8 million grant will go toward funding the 12-story Skyline Tower project in downtown Fort Wayne that will house apartments along with retail and office space.
Annie is a 1 year old unaltered female, white and black Netherland dwarf rabbit. She has been at the shelter since April 8, 2016.… More »
Mannheim Steamroller will perform at the Embassy Theatre on Tuesday, Dec. 6. Tickets go on sale July 25.
More than 400 people attended a memorial prayer service in the Chapel of the Immaculate Conception at the University of Dayton.
The county will now ask the state health commissioner to declare a public health emergency, which will allow the health department to move forward with the program.
The healthcare system reports their administrative systems are infected with ransomware.
A survey shows Decatur has the highest number of lead service lines, but officials said that doesn’t mean the water isn’t safe.
Haverhill Elementary School teacher Meghan Skelton’s highly respected ‘can-do – will-do’ attitude earned her the Southwest Allen County School District’s 2016 Teacher of the Year award.
A report released this month projects the Indiana-Purdue Fort Wayne campus could see a $3 million revenue shortfall next year on its $110 million operating budget.
3,000 people lost power on Fort Wayne’s south side late Sunday night.
The 15 men and two women who made up Fort Wayne’s 88th recruit class will join crews across the city.
Ouabache State Park recreated a 1916 baseball game to celebrate Indiana State Park’s Centennial.
Scott Hanni was hit by a vehicle as he rode his bicycle near County Road 1100 North and County Road 100 East Sunday morning.
Thirty-nine people were evacuated from the three-story building.
The former NFL punter is having students learn first-hand about servant leadership as their fee for entering his football camp.
A statewide Silver Alert had been issued on Saturday for 78-year-old Richard C. Adams.
The annual event raises money for the park and veterans.
The Fort Wayne native is the keynote speaker at the Common Bond Breakfast. He was involved in two plane crashes in the span of eight years.