A family of four was uninjured after their home caught on fire Sunday afternoon.
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The fire happened inside an apartment in the 2100 block of Eden Street just after 4;15 a.m. Sunday.
The university is celebrating its 50th anniversary year by announcing the endowments totaling more than $2.5 million.
The ‘disAbilities Expo” at the Coliseum on Saturday was a resource for anyone with intellectual, developmental or physical disabilities.
The Positive Resource Center, formerly known as the AIDS Task Force, hosted its annual walk at Parkview Field Saturday.
Research showing that half of families living near senior relatives felt they do not share enough time with their older loved ones has prompted a ‘Sunday Meal Pledge.’
Fort Wayne Trails launches its annual summer biking program during Kickstart.
If you can’t get to the store to drop-off donations, Goodwill will pickup the items big or small.
Firefighters quickly put out the fire and were able to contain it to one room.
A long list of candidates could be on the 2016 Republican primary ballot if Congressman Marlin Stutzman runs for U.S. Senate.
The Fort Wayne Police Department and the local State Police post honored its fallen service men and women in two ceremonies.
Juniors and seniors from New Haven High School attended a mock drunk driving incident Friday afternoon.
Claire Johnson started working at the downtown McDonald’s when she was 18 and has never looked back.
The Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation Department has seven free splash pads and three pools with various admission prices that will be open starting May 23.
Mellannie Bishop died after falling from a moving vehicle in the school parking lot last year. The driver, his mother, Fort Wayne Community Schools and State Farm have been named as defendants.
Volunteers started decorating Fort Wayne with 12,000 ribbons for its annual ‘Turn the Town Pink’ campaign.
Police believe the woman was speeding down an off-ramp, during which her SUV rolled over several times.
Southbound lanes at the 296 mile marker were closed for a few hours while crews worked to remove a semi from the interstate.
Police were called to Marco’s Pizza on the city’s northeast side shortly before midnight Thursday.