The crash took place on southbound I-469 between US 27/33 just before 4:30 a.m.
Intense flames and heavy, black smoke billowed from the house in the La Cabreah housing addition.
The fathers of 18-year-old Traeven Harris; and the 18-year-old Dajahiona Arrington are remembering the lives of their children who were shot to death in their Holton Avenue home.
Fort Wayne Police Chief Steve Reed calls this week’s string of homicides “tragic.”
According to 2015 research from the Indiana Youth Institute, one in six Indiana high school students have considered attempting suicide, and one in eight have made a plan for attempting suicide.
The first ever Middle Waves Music Festival will take place on Friday and Saturday at Headwaters Park, featuring 30 bands including headliner The Flaming Lips
Join hundreds of thousands around the country to raise awareness and funds for suicide prevention.
When officers in Angola saw street department workers outside the police department, they weren’t sure what to expect. When the workers left, officers saw a blue line painted on the street with the words ‘We support you.
Voters in Indiana will now have to individually select each candidate they wish to elect for at-large county council and town council seats.
The crash forced the detour of traffic on U.S. 20 for several hours. while crews cleaned up the mess.
A prayer service was held on Holton Avenue in front of the home where three people and an unborn baby were brutally killed.
Genevieve Meyer will spend three years on probation and has been ordered to pay more than $18,000 in restitution.
Vincent Village, a non-profit that helps homeless people get back on their feet, owns the house on Holton Avenue where a quadruple homicide happened. They’re exploring ways to make it a place where a tragedy isn’t the constant reminder.
He thinks it is an important and exciting opportunity to have a full marathon in the city after so many years without one.
Two homicides involving more than one victim – in less than a week. Fort Wayne’s Public Safety Director said he can’t remember a time when the city has seen anything like it. York sat down with NewsChannel 15 to address the city’s recent homicides.
The thin blue line runs down the middle of West Gilmore Street, along with the words, “WE SUPPORT YOU!” in white lettering.
Fort Wayne Police were called were before 2:30 a.m. Tuesday to the Sports and Spirits Bar at 1723 East Wayne Street. The bar relinquished the establishment’s liquor license Tuesday.
Fire consumed a barn near Harlan on Bruick Road Tuesday afternoon.
Cody Osborn was a junior at Woodlan Jr./Sr. High School.
Fort Wayne City Council is considering a proposal to eliminate a business personal property tax. FWCS School Board President Mark GiaQuinta said it could cost the district millions of dollars.