Fort Wayne, Ind. (WANE) – Fort Wayne’s Voices of Unity Choir is busy in the final days before its European Tour. The choir will … More »
Turnstone Center for Children and Adults with Disabilities is already the training ground for the Mens National Goalball team– a sport for the visually impaired. During a site visit Friday, a member of the U.S. Olympic Committee said Turnstone has what it takes to be a fully certified Paralympic training facility.
The Waterloo Depot is open and ready for passengers. It offers heating and air conditioning, lots of parking and free WIFI.
Police say the group traveled from Fort Wayne to La Porte County in order to sell methamphetamine.
See the corvette at car shows in the area now through September 4, 2016.
Metal detectors and scanning wands could be in use at the 13,000-seat Memorial Coliseum by the end of the year.
With stores selling fireworks popping up in advance of the July 4th holiday, Indiana State Fire Marshal Jim Greeson is urging residents to make sure they know what’s legal and what’s not when it comes to setting them off.
Take a look at these free activities going on this weekend.
The walk is set to begin at the Unity Barbershop located on 921 Pontiac Street at 9.a.m. The group will march downtown to the Martin Luther King bridge.
The National Weather Service said two tornadoes, an EF-1 and EF-2, touched down near Majenica and Markle early Thursday morning.
Of the roughly 4.5 million immigrants President Barack Obama’s plan would help, a local leader said more than half of those are from the Latino community.
An IPFW Political Science professor is saying the UK leaving the European Union could have a negative rebound effect on Northeast Indiana.
HUNTINGTON, Ind. (WANE) Strong storms rolled through Huntington County around 1 o’clock Thursday morning causing extensive damage.
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The public can check out a demonstration Thursday evening at 7 p.m. at Northrop High School.
Overnight storms left a trail of damage and knocked out power to thousands of people in several northeast Indiana counties including Huntington and Wells counties.
The Three Rivers Festival’s Summer Daze’ show will be held Saturday, July 9.
Co-founders of the Shepherd’s House, Lonnie and Barbara Cox, were surprised with the Sagamore of the Wabash.
Several counties in northeast Indiana have reported storm damage and power outages, but it appears most of the damage is in Huntington and Wells counties.
Police said the man shoved a Kroger employee to the ground in an attempt to gain access to a cash register.
Nancy Downs, 75, was a passenger in a vehicle that turned into oncoming traffic at the intersection of Jefferson Boulevard and Glendale Drive.