The intersection of Columbia Avenue and Dearborn Street, and Kentucky Avenue at Tennessee Avenue and Elmwood Avenue collected several inches of water.
The Oath Keeper have been standing in front of the military recruiting office in Glenbrook Commons for 400 days, but they said the mission will soon end when security at the facility is improved.
Three more accessible parking spots are now available in downtown Fort Wayne.
Four-year-old Lyla Peden and her mother arrived at Fort Wayne International Airport on an Allegiant flight from Punta Gorda, Florida, where they traveled for her aunt’s wedding.
The crash happened just after 5 a.m. on Morgan Road between Flatrock and Hoagland roads.
A number of high school and college games at Hefner Field have be relocated.
No one was hurt during the holdup at Lassus Handy Dandy on Illinois Road.
The Fort Wayne Parks department filed a lawsuit after two downtown building owners refused to sell their buildings to the city for riverfront development.
Police are trying to determine if the man shot himself or if someone else was involved.
Military officials said there are no confirmed cases of pinworms, but said said they are still looking into what the worms could be.
At Notre Dame’s media day on Wednesday Kelly told reporters he will play both quarterbacks at Texas on September 4th.
DonorsChoose.org is a way for teachers to post items they want and people can help pay for them.
A water main break in Grabill late Saturday night caused the advisory to be put into effect.
The U.S. Olympic Committee said police went to the athletes village Wednesday morning to try to collect the passports, but the swim team had already moved out.
The curfew law requires children ages 15-17 off the streets from 1-5 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday and after 11 p.m. during the week.
At an 11 a.m. news conference, law enforcement officials will announce plans to enforce Indiana’s curfew law in response to violence involving young people in Fort Wayne in 2016.
The piece is called “Lily Gold Chandelier” and is made of more than 100 hand-blown glass tendrils. The chandelier has a market value of more than $400,000.
Investigators said the driver of the car was pinned inside but was taken to a hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
A Goshen, Indiana man was arrested following a vehicle pursuit that started in Elkhart County Tuesday afternoon.
The driver had been reported missing Tuesday morning and that same afternoon emergency crews found his rig near the intersection of U.S. 24 and Gustin Road in Allen County.