Fort Wayne police have no suspect information or motive for the shootings.
The woman was located several hours at Fort Wayne police asked for the public’s help in locating her.
Addison Agen of Concordia Lutheran High School, a contestant on NBC’s “The Voice,” performed live at the Allen County Public Library’s Tecumseh branch.
IPFW will officially transition to Purdue University Fort Wayne in July 2018.
The Graduation Pathways Panel has recommended that students take the SAT, ACT or a similar college entrance exam instead of End-of-Course Assessments.
Fort Wayne City Council heard a plan that includes the expansion of Centennial Industrial Park to 65 acres west of Hillegas Road, south of I-69 and the widening of Hillegas Road in that area.
The Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor, which represents consumers in utility rate hike requests, has recommended that I&M’s proposed rate increase be cut by more than half.
Since the program started in 2000, it’s provided coast to more than 50,000 children.
A group of Indiana prosecutors said marijuana has no place in the Hoosier State.
Police said the tractor-trailer was carrying ice cream.
Jordan Marin-Doan is accused of killing his adoptive father in a house fire in Indianapolis on Nov. 2.
Padlocks with notes on them are showing up along a bridge on the Rivergreenway more and more. But they may have to be removed.
The tenderloin sandwich at Nick’s Kitchen in Huntington was voted No. 1 in Visit Indiana’s Best of Indiana Fall awards, which also recognized Shigs in Pit’s barbecue, Two-EE’s wine and more.
The 13th annual Christmas on Broadway celebration will be held Friday, Nov. 17, beginning at 5:30 p.m.
The cases, reported in 2015 and 2017, were linked by DNA of someone who has not been arrested. Police and Crime Stoppers investigators are still looking for help in finding the suspect.
Android Industries and its partner, Avancez, will create more than 300 jobs at its $14.7 million Stonebridge Road facility.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) -An iconic bakery in Fort Wayne is closing. Aunt Millie’s said there won’t be any bread made Downtown by April … More »
More than 30,000 total customers lost service Sunday after four tornadoes touched down across Indiana. I&M said only 1,200 of its customers remain without power.
The restaurant that’s taken up a corner of the Ash Skyline Plaza is closing. The Golden’s Owner, Aaron Butts, said the restaurant’s last day at that location will be Sunday.
A large portion of a family that has all lived on the same road in Jay County for decades dealt with a lot of destruction, just like many did during Sunday’s storms.