Murals in the rotunda dome of the Allen County Courthouse will be repaired and the stain glass in the dome will also be cleaned, restored and reinforced as part of the $348,000 project.
Three people were arrested in a narcotics search where officers recovered weapons, marijuana, cocaine, heroin, assorted prescription pills and over $3,000 in cash.
NewsChannel 15 got an inside look at the near-finished, multi-million dollar renovation project.
The dispute between Republicans and Democrats is over the candidacy of Roy Buskirk who passed away just days before the November general election.
Banks will hold an open house at his Fort Wayne office within the Federal Building to meet and talk with constituents.
The Shrine Circus will feature white and gold tigers, Tulga the Mongolian Strong Man, horsemanship by Erika Zerbini, the popular Tarzan Zerbini elephants and more.
According to the police report, an employee told officers that an older white man had come into the Phil’s One Stop Marathon, told her he had a gun in his pocket and demanded money.
Jeff Bartlett talks about his wife Stephania who was found shot to death in an alley off Sherman Boulevard.
There are a lot of uncertainties right now about the future of the Affordable Care Act. What is certain, the republican majority in Congress is determined to repeal and replace the law.
The annual event to benefit Special Olympics Indiana and Special Olympics Allen County is set to take place February 11 at Metea County Park.
Crews that widened one part of the Graham-McCulloch Ditch in 2015 left a notch in the berm because of flooding concerns around Eagle Marsh. The notch has a mesh screen that lets water through but not the Asian carp or other fish.
Black Pine Animal Sanctuary Mufasa turned 21 Thursday and celebrated with beer cases and pizza, Scobby Doo, and a raw chicken.
Residents are urged to clear sewer drains in front of their homes of debris like leaves and sticks to help avoid flooded roadways.
The Allen County Coroner’s Office identified the woman who was found shot to death in an alley off Sherman Boulevard Wednesday evening.
The first Special Abilities Day of 2017 at Science Central, dedicated to providing fun science education for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, will be held on Wednesday, Jan. 18.
Bar 145’s Fort Wayne location at 4910 N. Clinton St. abruptly closed Jan. 2, and employees said they had no warning.
The event is scheduled for Saturday, February 11 and is a way for people to start their healthy resolutions by completing their first mile at the Turnstone track.
This is the 10th year for the event held by the Fort Wayne Mastodons Women’s basketball program to raise funds to benefit the Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer Research.
The 2017 Three Rivers Festival runs July 7-15.
Crews were called to Sauder Feeds around 8:30 Tuesday night.