A fundraiser held Saturday helped fund medial and living expenses for a 29-year-old Fort Wayne woman battling cancer. This fight came after she survived a bone marrow transplant at 2 years old.
Television host Ty Pennington, from the show Extreme Makeover: Home Edition was a special guest.
Hundreds of animals were dressed in a variety of costumes for the 8th annual event at Franke Park.
Investigators said the driver of a motorcycle was stopped, misidentified himself, and then took off through a neighborhood before being arrested.
FWPD said a postman called 911 after seeing a box on top of a mailbox that didn’t contain an address.
Lutheran Health Network Breast Cancer Navigators serve as the patient’s personal advocate and guide them from diagnosis to recovery and beyond.
This year’s Fright Night features more than 27 activities, including some new ones and the fan favorites. The “Zombie Walk” is always highly-anticipated.
Investigators said they believe the victim and shooter were talking in a car but an altercation took place.
Ballroom dancers and veterans alike strapped on their dancing shoes to raise money for Honor Flight of Northeast Indiana Friday night. The inaugural Dancing with Heroes fundraiser was held at Ceruti’s Banquet and Event Center.
After the FBI announced a crackdown on child trafficking involving Hoosiers, an Adams Central High School student shared her passion with protecting children and women across the globe.
The driver of the sedan had been the victim of a hit-and-run crash along Nuttman Avenue, and lost control as she gave chase after the suspect car.
DNR officials stocked the pond with 200 rainbow trout. The trout will be the targets of anglers during a family fishing event held at 9 a.m. Saturday morning.
Crews will visit each of the more than 400 city neighborhoods twice during the collection season, beginning Monday, Oct. 30.
“Buddy Unchained” tells the story of Buddy, whose former owner left him chained outside without adequate food or water, before he was eventually rescued.
Two men were injured after a semi ran into the back of a dump truck that had stopped for a traffic light in the westbound lanes of U.S. 30 east of Columbia City Friday morning.
Fort Wayne police said they were initially called to a report of a man down in a yard in the 2400 block of Oxford Street.
The students were found unconscious and drooling, and said they’d taken a yellow pill.
A train left the tracks near South Anthony Boulevard, just north of Creighton Avenue early Thursday afternoon. The tracks are near a rail yard near Wayne Trace.
The new court-directed residential treatment center will be located at 2720 Culbertson Street.
Police were initially called for a hit-and-run crash but it appeared the driver returned to the crash scene.