A $32 million, 791,000-square-foot distribution center is planned to rise within the Stonebridge Business Park at Lafayette Center Road and Fogwell Parkway near the General Motors plant.
The hip-hop stage biography of Alexander Hamilton won the 2016 Tony Award for best new musical.
After 32 years of leadership, Jonathan Hancock steps down as headmaster of Canterbury School.
13 Fort Wayne veterans will get help paying rent thanks to the U.S. Departments of Veterans Affairs and Housing and Urban Development Veterans Affairs.
The renaissance fair continues June 18-19 at the Steuben County 4-H Fairgrounds on Crooked Lake.
Crews responded around 2 p.m. to a house near the McMillen Park Golf Course.
The law, which conservative Republican Gov. Mike Pence signed off on in March, includes a provision banning abortions sought because of a fetus’ genetic abnormalities.
Fifty people were killed and 53 more injured in a shooting early Sunday morning at Pulse nightclub in Orlando in what is now the worst mass shooting in U.S history.
The coroner’s office determined the person died of natural causes.
Riverdrums is a free, fun and cultural event honoring our rivers, freedom and ourselves.
The day-long free event, presented locally by Sweetwater, WANE-TV, and several other sponsors, features live performances at venues all over Fort Wayne. The Alicia Pyle Quartet is one of the many bands set to take center stage.
Police said a car hit the motorcycle then took off.
D’Wayne Eskridge hold three state titles, was named Indiana Mr. Track and Field on Friday, and shattered records at Bluffton High School. Despite the accolades, championships, and success D’Wayne is hanging up his spikes and calling it a career.
1 person was critically hurt and another was seriously hurt in a crash on S. Anthony Blvd.
The fourth time was the charm for the wiener dog at Headwaters Park.
Saturday was the hottest day of the year and the hottest day in nearly two years. This made for some dangerous conditions in several parts of the state.
State police have been hosting camps for students each summer since the 1970s.
Not only is this year’s even now at night, but it also includes a beer garden, food trucks and firework show.
The rural Hamilton farm is the home of more than 800 cattle. It sits on the Indiana-Ohio border and Fish Creek flows right through it. Residents concerned manure will contaminate water.
The Posterity Heights Scholar House development plans to make living costs easier and more affordable for single-parent students.