As many as 10,000 lost power due to a power transmission issue. Power was restored to most customers by 12:30 p.m.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving recognized Kruse for authoring SB 444, which would have required the use of ignition interlocks for convicted drunk drivers.
Senate Republicans plan on introducing a civil rights bill next year that will expand protections based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
According to the Supreme Court’s interpretation, immigration policy falls under the federal government’s authority and can’t be controlled by the states.
The Republican presidential candidate is scheduled to attend a private, invitation-only event Dec. 10.
The U.S. Marine Corps is working to help make Christmas special for more than 2000 struggling families.
The Wyndham Garden Hotel recently completed nearly $1.5 million in renovations and was nearing the end until a fire ripped through the hotel Monday night.
The choir received $150,000 on Tuesday in two donations that will go toward its $1 million goal to fund its two-week European concert and competition tour.
The girl’s mother was also attacked by the dog and both were taken to a hospital in Mercer County, Ohio for their injuries according to police.
The intensive one-year program is designed to propel graduates into well-paying jobs in the emerging field of pharmacogenomics.
Dr. Gohar Salam called the attacks “barbaric” and said the attackers in no way represent the teachings of Islam.
Flames were seen shooting from the Wyndham Gardens hotel off Washington Center Road in Fort Wayne Monday night, forcing guests out of their rooms.
French native Rose-Aimee Butler owns the LaSalle Bed & Breakfast in downtown Fort Wayne. She’s said she’s been watching 7-8 hours of news coverage of the attacks since Friday.
IPFW Professor Lawrence Kuznar works closely with the pentagon on national security issues.
Following the attacks in Paris, security is a priority in most parts of the world, including Fort Wayne.
A customer hired a man using the name “Tom Jennings” to fix her antenna and some loose wires for $12, but then she was charged $350.
Events for National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week include a movie screening, a bus tour and a choir performance, and more.
John Myers II was convicted of murdering 19-year-old Jill Behrman in May 2000 and sentenced to 65 years.
The New Haven Fire Department said the fire was contained to the attic.
The Fort Wayne Northwood and Centennial branches will open for four hours on the three Sundays leading up to Christmas Day, Dec. 6, 13, and 20.