More than three hundred people packed the Huntington City Building Council Chambers Tuesday evening for a public hearing on the first phase of the possible annexation of Huntington Township.
A judge has sentenced a northeastern Indiana teenager to 15 years in prison in connection with the slaying of a Muncie man.
According to the proposed plan, the new business would hold 163 truck parking spots on 26 acres of land near the Whitley and Allen County line.
Matt Braun and Lauren Hall have been dating for about five years, and Matt surprised Lauren by popping the question to her at Prince Chapman Academy’s Field Day event.
Warner Electric LLC has announced plans to consolidate its South Beloit, Illinois operations to Columbia City, creating up to 20 new jobs by 2018.
Animal Care & Control is celebrating June Adopt-A-Cat Month with five dollar cat adoptions.
Fort Wayne Police are asking for the public’s help finding a suspected robber.
The annual New Haven festival runs until June 7.
The state’s GOP convention decided to change history this year and hosts its convention in Fort Wayne.
It may sound impossible, but you can still drown several hours after swimming while sitting in your home.
The owners of Cosmos plan to have their new restaurant on the north side of Fort Wayne open the first week of July.
The move is expected to save $400,000 in payroll costs over the next five years. But the future for about a dozen employees remains uncertain.
Fort Wayne police are investigating a shooting at the Chapel Oaks Apartments off Oaklawn Court.
On Monday Adams Radio Group bought out seven local radio signals.
The 2014 Vera Bradley Classic golf and tennis tournament raised $1,083,629 for breast cancer research.
Jeremy Washington was in court and formally charged with murder on Monday after the Allen County Prosecutor filed the new charges against him on Friday.
Phillip Coomer, owner of Club Car Limousine and Trolley, said the trolley that was involved in hitting a light pole in the parking lot of Westland Mall will be repaired and back on the road within a day or so.
Eric Lahey was sworn in during a ceremony at Citizens Square on Monday. He takes over as fire chief after the resignation of Amy Biggs.
Michael Hess, the Steuben County Prosecutor has accepted a teaching position as an assistant professor at Trine University and will step down effective July 31, 2014.
IPFW’s new police chief not only has varied law enforcement experience, she has also taught criminal justice at the univeristy level.