Police arrested a man who had a handgun and marijuana after he was pulled forcefully from his car.
Police expect southbound traffic to be backed up for several hours after the semi rolled over on I-69 at exit 296, near the General Motors Plant.
Fort Wayne City Council approved a new nine-member committee responsible for reviewing requests for Legacy funding.
Shooting ranges in the region make their own policies on whether or not they allow fully automatic weapons to be fired or not.
A recent Bluffton case has shown that it’s legal for a teacher to have sexual relations with an 18-year-old student on school property.
Apparently, air travelers in our area are having a hard time when it comes to packing their carry-on bags the right way.
The Fort Wayne Fire Department’s history is staying alive within the walls of the old Station 3 on West Washington Boulevard.
Photos provided by Donald A. Weber via the Allen County Public Library archives
Two people were injured after a crash on northbound I-69 Thursday afternoon.
Chef Michael Ollier with the Certified Angus Beef Brand stopped by to show us how to do some fun burger blend-ins. These are things you can do ahead of time, before your party gets together.
On Tuesday night, a witness told officials he heard a splash, turned towards the river, and saw ripples of water.
The banners recognizes Fort Wayne residents and employees who are actively deployed.
A hiring event will be held in Fort Wayne on September 6 to fill 60 positions at the tire manufacturer’s Woodburn plant.
Police said the suspect got away with an undisclosed amount of cash.
A Whiting Fire Department spokesman said the explosion late Wednesday could be heard clearly several blocks from the plant.
Some of the top golfers in the world are in town for the Web.com Tour’s Hotel Fitness Championship. If the PGA Tour is to ever make a stop in Fort Wayne, more corporate sponsorship would be needed.
Thursday is day two in the search for a 6-week-old baby Indianapolis police say was taken from his father at gunpoint.
People in Fort Wayne will have the chance to get their weight, blood pressure, blood sugar and more checked for free.
Walgreens has seen a drop in crime in other states in which the safes have been installed.
While in Fort Wayne for a live show, Elmo and Grover visited kids at Lutheran Children’s Hospital.