Around 30 people were evacuated from their homes in Andrews Tuesday morning.
One man who’s walking from coast to coast in hopes of saving lives along the way, stopped in Fort Wayne Tuesday.
With more rain in the forecast, residents said they don’t know where they’ll stay to wait for the water to go down.
After 12 years of serving as Woodburn’s mayor, Richard Hoeppner discussed his career and his reasons, in part, for not re-running.
Fire crews were called to the Howard Johnson Inn located in the 500 block of East Coliseum Boulevard on Tuesday morning.
The annual Duck Race is planned for Saturday at Johnny Appleseed Park near the boat launch.
A current sandbag operation is taking place at the Huntington Street Department. Volunteers and people seeking bags are asked to report there.
Emergency crews rescued 38 people and eight pets from flood waters at Stoney Creek Estates, near Zanesville Tuesday morning.
City council will discuss whether or not the old Taylor University dorms should be rezoned for commercial use, but will not have a recommendation from the city’s plan commission.
The victim, found dead at a Fort Wayne apartment complex on Monday evening , is a 24-year-old woman.
The Allen Co. Building Commissioner blames management at Baldwin Creek Apartments for failing to maintain its drains.
Dozens of employees at a foam manufacturing plant spent the last 24 hours on strike, demanding higher wages and better benefits. They said they’ll continue picketing for as long as it takes.
The Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo announced the birth of the baby calf on social media.
Two FWPD officers are on paid administrative leave. The one who fired the gun is a ten-year veteran of the force. The other officer has only been with the force since May.
Police were called to Marion Center Road late Sunday night, after a male and female drove a Jeep into deep water.
Neighbors said a husband and wife have lived in the house where the shooting happened for at least 25 years.
His nationally-syndicated Tom Joyner Morning Show was broadcast live from the B96.9 studio.
The first fire happened Friday night, forcing 200 nearby homes to be evacuated.
The walk raises money for the Foundation Fighting Blindness, which researches vision-robbing diseases.
Water filled the intersection of South Anthony and Tillman. Fort Wayne police had the road blocked off.