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The fundraiser featured food, live entertainment, games, pony rides, mascot appearances and more.
The incident happened near the ramp from I-69S to West Jefferson Blvd. around 2:00 a.m. Saturday. No other vehicles appeared to have been involved.
Bill Law wanted to honor his veteran dad. So he began the months long process to get move his father’s final resting place to Arlington National Cemetery.
Officers were called to the 2300 block of Fairfield Avenue around 7 p.m. Friday.
The Sheriff’s Department was called to State Road 15 south of the town of Milford around 2 p.m. Friday.
Interest in Fort Wayne-based Cuba Scuba spiked after restrictions were loosened on travel to Cuba. Owners are optimistic that will continue.
The rally came in the wake of a beating of a teen by three boys in New Haven. The NAACP became involved and the incident was forwarded to the Department of Justice.
Founder’s Day of Caring was championed by WANE-TV’s ownership group, Nexstar Media Group, to provide help in the local community, where those at NewsChannel 15 also call home.
In April, four city councilmen and Mayor Tom Henry called for a .15 percent increase to the local income tax to fund downtown Fort Wayne riverfront development and sidewalks and alleyway improvements.
A gas line leak caused traffic delays downtown. Fort Wayne Police were on the scene and advised people to avoid the area.
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A man was taken to the hospital in serious condition after hitting the windshield of the car.
The Fort Wayne Police Department graduated its 62nd Basic Recruit Class, Thursday night. Police Chief Steve Read said the department is working to increase diversity on the force.
The public is welcome to attend his funeral on Saturday, June 17.
A new business wants to build a slaughterhouse in Churubusco, but some think it’s too close to residents and commercial businesses.
The class, made up of 25 men and 1 woman, completed 21 weeks of work in the department’s academy.
20 bicycles will be awarded to winners of the “FWFD Photo Fun in the Fort” contest, open now through June 26.