Fire crews were called out to the 7300 block of Deerpointe Cove around 6:30 Sunday evening and 1:45 Monday morning.
According to police, 37-year old Christopher Pollock shot a hunting dog when it ran on his property in March. Pollock was arrested Sunday on a felony cruelty to an ani
Police will be out patrolling during the 2 hours of trick-or-treating in Fort Wayne. Some officers will have treats for children.
The fires happened around 8:15 a.m. in the 3100 block of Banks Ave. and 6:30 p.m. in the 7300 block of Deerpointe Cove.
A new brine salt mixture should make it easier to keep ice off Fort Wayne roads and also save the city money.
Homestead, North Side, Concordia Lutheran, Carroll, Woodlan, and Angola were among the high schools that participated in the state finals.
Three area dentists are offering check-ups, exams and cleanings to eligible veterans.
“Spooktacular” is programmed to be family friendly in length, engaging patrons of all ages in the joys of classical music.
Banks supports a strong national defense system, market-based healthcare reform, religious freedom, and pro-life legislation.
The Carroll boys team of coach Phil Yoder tallied 71 points to take top honors over defending state champion Carmel which finished with 117 points for second place.
Blackhawk Christian is heading to the IHSAA state championship after defeating second-ranked Lafayette Central Catholic in five sets in the Caston semi-state championship.
The regional comic book and pop culture convention debuts in Fort Wayne.
Today’s teens are part of one of the first generations to be surrounded by technology their whole lives.
The call was made in a document released by faculty Friday related to a controversial university restructuring plan.
15-year-old Gabby Cart hopes to inspire other women who are going through tough times.
Snyder believes government should be socially tolerant and fiscally responsible
Carbaugh wants to continue in his role in order to reduce regulations in Indiana that hinder workforce progress and supporting a competitive tax code.
Authorities said Kurt Kemp is behind more than 2,000 posts of images that featured nude women and young girls, including some of mothers dropping off their children at a Bluffton school.
Police said they believe the stabbing was the result of a domestic dispute.
The incident occurred across three different locations.