Things have begun to return to normal at the Florence Township Fire Department. The station lost hundreds of thousands of dollars in equipment and part of its building during a fire there earlier this month.
Officers from four different law enforcement agencies will be at the Barr Street Market Saturday to talk about anything from criminal activity or sports related topics.
The man who was shot during the robbery in March was paralyzed as a result of his injuries.
A car full of teenagers damaged a house after the driver over corrected when turning around a corner too fast.
Funds from the annual 2015 MDA Lock-UP will go to help the nearly 650 people in Northeast Indiana with a muscle disease.
The family of the four sisters involved in the fatal crash one week ago is speaking for the first time.
Over the past 48 hours, the Summit City has seen nearly $1.3 billion in investments. With two of the county’s five largest employers announcing expansion plans, along with downtown city projects, construction companies will be vying for work and have plenty of options for the new few years.
The East Noble School Corporation Board of Trustees voted Wednesday that it would not spend more than $38.8 million to build a new middle school.
The $65,000 anonymous donation will cover one flight of veterans to Washington, D.C.
Michigan’s Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs filed an administrative complaint earlier this month against Fort Wayne, Indiana-based Francis John Deisler.
Former Fort Wayne City Councilwoman Liz Brown announced Wednesday that she’s running for Indiana’s Third District Congressional seat. She currently represents District 15 in the Indiana State Senate.
Kosciusko County Sheriff’s deputies say how one of their latest pursuits ended has sparked some conversation among law enforcement and the community.