Firefighters got to the home on N. Clinton Street within two minutes of being dispatched.
Animals ranging from leopards to tigers got root canals, extractions, and other dental services.
Around 250 participated in the second annual “Run Like a Hero” 5K run and walk at Summit Middle School.
The city was asking for more volunteers to help fill sandbags at the Woodburn Maintenance Department.
City crews are working to assess the damage. Right now the major concerns are widespread power outages and downed trees in roadways.
Trees on cars, fallen traffic lights and flooded streets were just some of the scenery after high winds and heavy rain fell in the area.
The Allen County Highway Department has closed several roads due to high water.
Fort Wayne police dispatch experienced issues with its phone system. Police wanted to keep phone lines open for emergency calls.
This year’s Buskerfest downtown and several events are canceled as a result of storms.
Many woke up to trees on top of cars and flooded neighborhoods in Fort Wayne on Saturday.
As of 11 p.m. Monday, there were approximately 2,800 customers still without power in Allen County According to I&M. Power is expected to be completely restored by noon on Tuesday.
Authorities said they were following the law. But a civil rights attorney questions their response.
Monica Wehrle and Harriet Miller were married a year ago Thursday and said the SCOTUS ruling was a perfect anniversary present.
A car and a truck collided Friday afternoon, prompting northbound lanes near Covington Road to be shut down. They have since been opened.
There are two ways people can dispose of sandbags, either by dropping them off at the City Utilities Biosolids facility or putting them on the curb and calling 311.
Back in February, 5-year-old Mya White was shot in her face when her father was fooling around with a gun. She later died at a hospital.
The entrance to the Northcrest Shopping Center off of E. Coliseum Boulevard was closed for a short time. One person had minor injuries.
The fire started while someone was making breakfast. The American Red Cross has been called to help the family.
The deadly crash took place on Easter weekend in Wells County. Anthony Dager pleaded guilty to three felonies earlier this week.
The body was pulled from the Maumee River Friday morning about three miles from where the search for Sean Hiebel began Tuesday evening.