Titan Tire will begin layoffs Feb. 8 due to poor market conditions.
The suspect got away with coins from the gas station on East State Boulevard.
We asked the governor about RFRA, Syrian refugees, what he likes about Fort Wayne, and if he thinks he could have beaten Donald Trump.
The “Road to One Million” economic development plan for northeast Indiana was one of three selected to potentially receive millions of dollars in funding.
Students will use an online vote to decide between Raptors, Legends, Falcons and Night Hawks.
The Holiday Cab program will provide free rides home to those who live within a 10-mile radius of downtown Fort Wayne.
The Golden, a launch by Joseph Decuis chefs, will open along side DeBrand Fine Chocolates and Lake City Bank when the Ash Skyline Plaza opens in May 2016.
Voters will decide on a $130 million bond issue on the May 3 ballot that, if approved, would fund improvements at 42 FWCS buildings.
The crash happened Monday night in southwestern LaGrange County.
Senior Airman Brandon Freon got a free flight home to spend Christmas with his family.
Carmike Jefferson Pointe 18 + IMAX will play 31 hours straight of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” starting Thursday at 7 p.m.
D.O. McComb & Sons will give Vietnam veteran James Beavers a full military funeral with honors, Thursday and the public is invited to attend.
The first floor of the two-story home was fully engulfed in flames when firefighters arrived.
The health department said the case is under medical supervision and “no longer present at the school at this time.”
The news talk station is moving from 92.3 to another frequency while remaining at 1190 on the AM dial.
Detectives obtained a search warrant after getting a tip that someone at the house was dealing drugs, including heroin and marijuana.
Firefighters had to break the windshield of the car to get the passenger out.
The employees were able to lock the door before an armed man was able to get inside the Public Service Credit Union.
The 21st annual Battle of the Badges local blood drive competition runs now through Dec. 26.
The crash on I-469 Friday involved two semis and a minivan, forcing a section of the highway to be closed during the investigation.