Teams were checking and installing smoke detectors on the southeast side of Fort Wayne
New leadership and an active list of volunteers have helped turn a once forgotten about animal shelter around. The Van Wert County Humane Society showed what improvements have been made since the shelter’s former warden was sentenced to jail for animal neglect and cruelty.
More than 50 shops, 200 barbers, and 15 cities across the state participated in the Indiana Black Barbershop Health Initiative.
Operation Fight For a Fitter Fort was back in action Saturday with an event aimed at getting kids involved in the cooking process.
Greg and Donette Marden have medical costs piling up due to procedures related to Greg’s kidney failure and Donette’s melanoma.
The dealer was arrested in 2012 when he fled from police while selling the cocaine to a confidential informant.
The Guild, an affiliate of the Urban League, will give money to young people who are enrolled in a college and need financial aid.
For more than 20 years, Canterbury School has been hosting a book fair that focuses on more than just books.
The numbers in the Scott County HIV outbreak continue to rise, but some local health leaders said Friday it would be a surprise to see a similar outbreak in northeast Indiana.
The tornado outbreak killed 261 people when it ripped through the Midwest on April 11, 1965.
Health officials said at a community discussion Friday afternoon that raising Indiana’s tobacco tax would be a good move for all Hoosiers.
Sixteen companies will participate in a job fair to help employees facing layoffs following Vera Bradley’s decision to close its New Haven factory.