Last month, GE announced said it was taking down the sign because intruders had climbed onto the building to vandalize it.
S.R. 218 was closed near Meridan Road in Wells County while police investigated the crash, but has since reopened.
Ussuri is an Amur leopard, a critically endangered species with less than 50 left in the wild.
United Airlines will begin daily nonstop flights direct from Fort Wayne International Airport to New York/Newark Liberty International Airport Sept. 7.
Diane Ward, suffering from Stage 4 colon cancer, was surprised with a makeover from Hello Gorgeous! at Adler J. Salonspa on Illinois Road.
Last month, the city announced plans to move its boundaries north with a 23 square mile annexation that would add 22,000 residents to the city.
The city’s newest Little Free Library book share exists at the corner of Berry and Broadway streets. The “take a book, return a book” concept encourages open sharing of books.
Shelby Bradford is Warren, Indiana’s 500 Festival Princess and will represent her town in a multitude of Indy 500 activities.
The top republican candidates reported more than $675,000 in receipts for the most recent filing quarter, according to FEC campaign finance documents.
Trump is the second of the Republican candidates expected in Indianapolis this week.
A group of dedicated runners will take turns in a three-day journey from Fort Wayne to Indianapolis while honoring fallen heroes one mile at a time.
The guided tours along the St. Marys River continue through October.
They climbed out of an upstairs window on to the roof after the fire started.
The gardens are a form of self-therapy for people suffering from anxiety, PTSD and other combat or job-related issues.
The first home will go to Melisa Castro and her four sons at Fuller’s Landing.
Racing at the track on Winters Road will run through August.
Firefighters responded to Bluffton Road late Friday night.
Hundreds of people from the professional football world turned out to remember the NFL’s first African-American player agent.
Officers were serving a search warrant where they discovered various drug items related to cocaine, heroin and methamphetamine.
Investigators said the child fell out of the buggy when, for unknown reasons, the horse bulling it started acting up.