The Salvation Army and the Marine Corps distributed Angel Tree and Toys for Tots gifts to area families in need. These annual programs reach … More »
Residents of the Belle Vista-Allendale neighborhood of Fort Wayne now have a convenient means to travel over the Fairfield Ditch.
Emily Herx was awarded $1.95 million after she sued the Catholic diocese for letting her becaise she had undergone in vitro.
Mark Becker announced on Friday that he will be moving on to work as a consultant with Parkview Health after leading the organization since its inception.
Belmont Beverage raised thousands of dollars for Community Harvest Food Bank from a bourbon auction, but the auction almost didn’t happen.
Carroll’s student council pledged to donate an extra dollar for every can of food that was donated.All the canned goods collected will be used in Carroll’s CANstruction build. After that, the cans will be donated to a local food bank.
A woman told police that a man she’s living with knocked her out and put his hands around her neck and jaw.
Deister Machine Company, Inc. plans to expand its Fort Wayne operations in a move that will add 110 employees to its existing workforce of 181 employees by 2018.
The Fort Wayne Police Department has two new four legged friends to help crime fighting efforts.
The woman who filed a discrimination lawsuit against the Fort Wayne-South Bend Catholic Diocese became emotional and cried when her husband took the stand Thursday morning.
Residents in a neighborhood in Waynedale will finally get relief from flooding, after decades of dealing with high water.
Allen County’s top health official is asking healthcare facilities and residents to take precautions in response to increased flu activity and a flu related death.
Officers were called to Eddie’s Quick Mart Marathon, 4233 North Clinton, just before 2 a.m. on a reported armed robbery.
A Cuban-American who lives in Fort Wayne is elated about improving relations between the United States and his native country.
Police in Marion have arrested two people in connection with a shooting that happened Tuesday, December 16.
The Rescue Mission has launched a unique holiday platform to help the homeless.
As 2014 comes to a close, Mayor Tom Henry held a news conference Wednesday with about a dozen local leaders to announce plans for 2015.
Kelley Automotive decided to partner with Backpacks of Hope for a second year to fill 400 bags for the Rescue Mission.