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.
The company that provides the ENT cards used for grocery shopping had an outage Sunday.
Father’s Day is Sunday, June 21 and if you haven’t gotten your dad something yet, a local chef has an idea.
The money from the ride goes to a homeless veteran organization that runs completely on donations.
One man is dead after an officer-involved shooting. This is the first officer-involved shooting in Fort Wayne since 2013.
Crews determined chemicals inside the building did not catch fire, giving nearly 500 residents the “all clear”to head home.
Buildings D, F, and G have been deemed safe for people to return and move back into.
Two stores in Auburn had damaged after the juveniles lost control of a vehicle. Neither was found with any weapon.
Bottle & Bottega’s painting session Saturday will benefit Animal Care and Control during National Pet Appreciation Week.
The organization is holding the Buddy-Up for Life blood drive where donors are asked to bring a friend to double donors for the summer.
Police and firefighters went door to door evacuating more than 20 blocks around the factory, which manufactures metals.
A group of regional leaders is competing with seven other regions for a new state grant that could jump start several projects in the area.
On Friday, long-time IPFW coach was given one of the state’s highest honors.
A crash involving an Indiana State Trooper left one person dead and five hurt.
The Red Cross shelter at Holy Cross Lutheran Church and School is prepared to house up to 120 people for as long as a week.