A special prayer service in Fort Wayne is being held at Turner Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church at 6 p.m. Thursday.
The city is still looking for people willing to help sandbag several areas across city as area rivers continues to rise.
The exclusive video clip starts as two people are leaving the bakery’s parking lot and an employee and his friend arrive and start trying to put the fire out.
The Fort Wayne Fire Department responded overnight to extinguish car fires in five streets northwest of downtown.
An emergency shelter that opened in Decatur Thursday afternoon will close at noon on Friday as flood waters are no longer getting any higher.
The food bank received large donations of bread and milk that will be distributed to its other agencies in nine counties.
The 18th annual barbecue event runs through Sunday.
Emergency crews helped a man who became stranded on top of his van in Adams County Wednesday night.
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Two people inside the home were able to safely escape.
Another person was hospitalized in critical condition. It’s not clear what may have caused the crash.
Flooding problems began early Tuesday morning. Now more flooding is expected with more heavy rain in Thursday’s forecast.
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The Allen County Sheriff’s Department’s gun range is temporarily closed after a woman living in a nearby neighborhood was hit by what may have been a bullet.
Rivers rising in Adams County are causing a lot of flooding frustrations.
Several homes have been deemed uninhabitable after utilities were turned off and water got into many of the homes along the Fairfield Ditch.
Tombstone Trail is now open in Noble County.
Investigators believe a man who was killed after a hit-and-run was struck by a 2994 to 2001 Dodge pickup truck.
City officials said 22 pumps are in place around Fort Wayne to help with flooded areas.
Firefighters from Southwest Fire District and Aboite Township battled flames early Wednesday morning.