Nearly a year ago, Huntertown got the go-ahead to build its own wastewater treatment plant. However, a group from a town four miles over is concerned about where the treated water will go.
The group, which is from Eel River Township, is worried about their small river continuously flooding and causing agricultural problems.
Indiana Michigan Power has more than 350 crew members working around the clock to restore power. Line workers from outside Indiana are even helping.
Police believe the driver of a Honda SUV may have had some sort of health problem that caused him to lose control and crash into the backyard of a home Monday morning.
Police said surveillance cameras were pushed up against the ceiling after a break in at a generator business.
The opening of an emergency shelter comes as the potential for flooding along the Wabash River increases.
The advisory is expected to be lifted Wednesday afternoon.
Fort Wayne police were called to a disturbance near the intersection of Rudisill Boulevard and Clinton Street Sunday evening.
Dozens of fathers and their children participated in the 4th annual “Dad, Let’s Ride, Let’s Walk” event at McMillen Park.
Residents can take tree limbs, branches and debris to a Republic Services location, the city’s biosolids facility and two parks.
Poptique Owner Lindsey Hively lost her battle to cancer a few months ago, but her dream is living on, by paving the way for other young entrepreneurs with the help of her father and employees.
The Steuben County Humane Society animals will benefit from the event on the Crooked Lake sandbar.