Rusty York, Fort Wayne’s Public Safety Director, has decided to run for the 4th District City Council seat currently held by Republican Mitch Harper.
There are 29,146 students in Indiana enrolled in the School Choice Program, which started three years ago.
Republican Rep. David Wolkins of Warsaw says doctors have told him he’s cancer free after a 14-hour surgery last month during which his right eardrum was removed.
Exelis in Fort Wayne, located on the corner of Lima and Cook roads, has been instrumental in weather satellite technology for decades. They’ve played a huge role in developing, building and testing weather data tools that become part of GOES and polar orbiting satellites for about 50 years.
Omar Rivera of the 10th-ranked (American Volleyball Coaches Association) IPFW men’s volleyball team was named the Sport Imports/AVCA National Player of the Week, for the week ending on January 25.
Fort Wayne is one of four Indiana cities that will work to provide permanent housing for people who have been identified as “chronically homeless.”
The Paulding County school was was evacuated following a bomb threat on Tuesday.
Zoo goers will have another animal to see when the zoo opens for the 2015 season in April.
The Fort Wayne Fire Department was called to a fire at an apartment complex early Tuesday morning.
Firefighters were called to a two-story duplex at 2317 South Harrison Street at 9:46 p.m. and found smoke and flames coming from a second story window.
A man arrested on an aggravated battery charge told police he beat up a man who hit his wife, but he didn’t know who stabbed the victim.
A section of East Wayne Street was closed for about four hours Monday.
Canterbury now tied for 2A no. 1 spot with Heritage Christian.
By winning nine of their last ten games the Mad Ants have shot to the top of the Central Division standings over the last month.
Court documents outlined how police followed the group at stops in Garrett, Auburn and Fort Wayne.
The Fort Wayne Community School board voted 7 – 0 to cut bus service to thousands of students.
The production cuts are for maintenance and so refineries can switch to producing cleaner burning summer gasoline.
Fort Wayne firefighters were called to 4521 Albert Drive on the city’s northeast side around 12:50 a.m. for a reported chimney fire.