An 18-year-old and 20-year-old are facing marijuana dealing charges after their vehicle was stopped near Auburn Sunday evening.
GiGi’s Playhouse is a one-of-a-kind center that offers free programming to individuals of all ages of have Down syndrome and their families.
Police said it appeared the man found unresponsive died from a overdose of some type.
Officers responded to Big Lots after employees were robbed at gunpoint before the store opened Sunday.
Fort Wayne’s Smallest Winner Season 8 saw 26 participants who worked to live a healthier lifestyle, changing nutrition and exercise.
It took crews 20 minutes to put the fire out. The home had heavy fire damage.
Smoke was seen miles away from the Columbia City neighborhood.
Only about 5 percent of Boy Scouts will go on to become an Eagle Scout.
Two fire departments were called to battle the flames Saturday evening.
Goalball was designed specifically for the blind back in the 1940s.
The Fort Wayne Fire Department responded to a home just west of downtown Saturday afternoon.
Summit Street had been closed for several hours as a result of the accident.
Police said the victim was shot in the groin area at Rabbit’s early Saturday morning.
Police say she crossed the road without looking. The officer swerved to prevent the crash, but could not avoid her.
More than 130 Indiana Michigan Power employees are in Kentucky, Virginia and West Virginia to help restore power in areas hit by the massive snow storm.
A proposed senate bill would give local pharmacists the authority to turn away customers trying to purchase cold medicines containing pseudoephedrine.
Diane Suttle has cared for hundreds of babies in the neonatal intensive care unit after 41 years of service.
On Friday, Fort Wayne Animal Care & Control announced the opening of Whisker Village, a second off-site facility where residents can adopt cats.
For three days, more than 100 exhibitors will offer specials, merchandise and services related to vacation and travel, hiking and biking, fishing and hunting, camping and much more.
You can dash around downtown in support of women’s heart health.