The new accolade comes from Mobile Cuisine after hundreds of people named them as the best Cajun food truck in the country.
Indiana State Police Trooper Chris Kinsey pulled a man from a car that crashed and sank in a Steuben County lake last July.
YMCA officials gave NewsChannel 15 an early look inside the new branch.
It offers hiking, hayrides, biking and boating, activities for kids and local bands.
Getting involved in the city’s bike-share program is as simple as downloading an app.
April Marie Tinsley was abducted April 1, 1988, from her south-central Fort Wayne neighborhood. She was found dead three days later.
An officer tells NewsChannel 15 the man was sitting on the sidewalk when he heard shots, ducked for cover and was hit in the lower leg.
Masters of Cosmetology students were left thousands of dollars in debt in a loan scheme that cost the government $.2.9 million dollars.
Power was restored to more than 2,300 I&M customers after the company had an equipment problem.
Dr. Cortney Schwartz’s license was initially suspended in November of 2015 after he had admitted to having sexual relations with multiple patients.
The city and INDOT are urging people to keep campaign signs out of right of way areas that could obstruct views for drivers and cause safety hazards.
Growth at Mutton Party & Tent Rental prompted the owners to look for a larger facility.
Doctors can combine three layers of digital technology to provide eyesight that’s clearer and sharper.
3rd District Republican Delegate Kyle Babcock said he’s been sent an anonymous email threatening him for not supporting Donald Trump.
Allen County assessors were in an area where a man not matching the description of a county employee was reported knocking on doors.
Multiple fire departments responded to the fire, which forced Bass Road to be closed during the investigation. It has sense been reopened.
Tenants at the Ash Skyline Plaza could begin moving into the downtown development by mid-May.
The party is waiting amid worries from Donald Trump’s supporters that they’re being shut out from delegate selection around the country.
The city wants to build a park that would stretch from Wells to Harrison streets on both banks of the river, and butt against Headwaters Park.
The current management agreement expires June 30. In January, a group recommended the universities split and transition to a Purdue campus.