April 20th is Holocaust Remembrance Day, and 2015 marks the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.
A local woman is working to change state law after learning her stalker was being released early from prison with hardly any notice.
Fort Wayne came in at number 10 in AARP’s list of “Easiest Cities to Get Around” with populations between 100,000 and 500,000 for people ages 50 and older.
Resident shouldn’t be alarmed if they see helicopters hovering over power lines later this week. The work being done is part of an I&M construction project.
Each year the community can rediscover outdoor living and enjoy a variety of live bands and activities for kids at Allen County Parks, Sol … More »
An autopsy has determined that the inmate found unconscious in his cell early Monday morning died from asphyxia due to hanging.
All 50 states saw gas prices rise last week and one analyst lays the blame on over-sensitive traders.
Power has been restored following an early morning car crash that took down a utility pole.
The new space holds offices, exam rooms and treatment areas. DeKalb Health said it will become the new hub for services that often go together like orthopedics and rehabilitation.
Fort Wayne firefighters were called to 3812 Lillie St. at 4:17 p.m
A living history group hosted its Early Modern Muster of Arms event that takes place at a time when America was just being discovered.
Independently owned record stores across the country celebrated vinyl and an industry that continues to grow despite digital music sales.
A financial expert has advice for reducing tax bills for next April.
The Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo is celebrating its 50th anniversary and your family has an opportunity to join in on the celebration.
Duanel Jones hit a two-run home run to give the TinCaps an early 2-0 lead Saturday evening at West Michigan, but it wouldn’t be enough to help Fort Wayne in a 10-6 loss to the Whitecaps.
Two adults and three dogs got out of the house on their own, but firefighters went in to rescue a cat.
The bill requires e-cigarettes shops to pay $1,000 for a five-year permit. A permit renewal would cost $500.
After a successful event focused on helping families and individuals with autism last year, the school corporation hosted its second resource and information fair.
The minivan was traveling the wrong way on Lake Avenue when it collided with another vehicle and went through a couple of yards.
On Saturday, the Little River Wetlands Project held its annual Clean-up at Eagle Marsh where volunteers focused on the high trafficked area near Engle Road.