Sweetwater Sound renovations

Sweetwater expanding again, adding jobs

Business has been so good for the online musical instrument and audio gear retailer that it’s expanding again, this time in a move that’s expected to create 285 new jobs.

Photo from the scene of a fatal crash on I-69 in Huntington County on Sept. 3, 2015.

I-69 crash victim identified

Police identified the woman who died in Thursday’s crash, adding that she drove from the southbound lanes, through the grass median and into the northbound lanes.

File art of Miranda Lambert

Miranda Lambert announces tour date in city

The Memorial Coliseum announced on its social media channels early Thursday that Lambert will bring her “Roadside Bars and Pink Guitars Tour” tour into the city Friday, Oct. 16.

Two species of stingray inhabit Stingray Bay – southern stingrays and cownose rays

Zoo’s stingray exhibit opens

Two species of stingray inhabit the tank – southern stingrays and cownose rays – for a total of 20 stingrays in the 20,000-gallon saltwater exhibit.

People are posting these signs around southwest Allen County in opposition to a potential logistics facility.

Truck hub opposition plans next step

The Allen County Plan Commission still has to hear from both sides, but the opposition is growing and getting the message out to more and more people.

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Area law enforcement react to recent cop killings

While the threat of violence is always there given the nature of the profession, local law enforcement said this recent rash of cop killings hits hard.

Kip Tom

Kosciusko farmer files candidacy for Congress

The 60-year-old Kip Tom of Tom Farms had been rumored to be considering a run for Congress since U.S. Rep. Marlin Stutzman announced he would vacate the seat to run for U.S. Senate in 2016.

Day four of an investigation by the FBI on the Maumee River near downtown Fort Wayne.

FBI agents back on the Maumee

FBI agents returned to the Maumee River near downtown Thursday as part of an investigation shrouded in mystery.

A Ford Edge is loaded onto a wrecker after crashing head-on with a Dodge Journey on S.R. 37 early Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2015.

Head-on crash on SR 37 injures 3

Investigators said a vehicle crossed over the center line and struck an oncoming vehicle. Police said the victims suffered primarily broken bones.