Karon Elders died after being taken to a hospital Monday evening. Police found his body on Oliver Street after responding to reports of a shooting.
Police said a 70-year-old man was flown to the hospital Monday afternoon when he hit some loose dirt on his motorcycle and lost control.
When he returned from WWII, Paul Zurcher started what is now Zurcher’s Best One Tire and Auto Care in Monroe, Indiana.
The Allen County Council of Veterans wants to increase attendance and support to honor veterans and help others network.
Republic Services trash and recycling collection was closed Monday for Memorial Day.
A Fort Wayne woman was among five people who won the trip while playing Monopoly Millionaires’ Club.
The team will be wearing special jerseys to be auctioned off later in the summer during Tuesday night’s game.
Police are looking for possible robbery suspects from a local pizza place and gas station.
Service members from World War II, Korea, Vietnam,and the Golf Wars were in attendance.
The Burmese Muslim Education and Community Center started the five-phase project back in 2010.
The governor’s office says flags should be flown at half-staff from sunrise until noon Monday.
In the past few years, the parade’s numbers have declined, but organizers are hoping it makes a comeback and is a connection between the community and veterans.
The Steuben County Sheriff’s Department has had several reports of items taken form unlocked vehicles at Lake Gage over the weekend.
A local organization continues its work in educating the community about how the Summit City contributed to our nation’s history. It’ll ends its lecture series for the year and begin its summer home tours.
It was a tight race between Columbia City and Homestead at the NHC Golf tournament, but it was the Eagles who edged out the Spartans to take home the conference championship.
As of Monday, the coroner has yet to release any information from an autopsy.
Police said Issac Griffith, 20, was arrested on three misdemeanors.
The crash happened around 3:37 p.m. at the intersection of Bowser Road & County Road N 300 E.
The Military Support Fund has helped more than 120 military families since it started two years ago.
The organization’s goal was to connect with the community and let people know that there is more to Salvation Army than a thrift store.