The incident took place Thursday afternoon at a home in Grabill. Police said Friday that the 8-year-old girl’s brother had a BB gun and it accidentally went off, hitting her in the eye.
State Sen. Dennis Kruse of Auburn authored a bill that would, if passed, prohibit Indiana public schools from beginning student instructional days for the school year before the last Monday in August.
The Allen County Building Department issued building permits worth $1.032 billion in 2017, a record. The previous high was in 2015, when the value of permits was $931.6 million.
Police said a vehicle headed southbound on S.R. 9 drifted left of center and struck a northbound vehicle head-on.
IPFW unveiled the official Purdue University Fort Wayne logo Thursday morning at a news conference where the university also announced a brand marketing partner.
It only took a few hours for an added show featuring The Voice runner-up Addison Agen to sell out. Tickets for the Sunday, January 21 performance at the Embassy Theatre went on sale at 10 a.m. Thursday.
Fatal house fires popped up across the state over the holidays. Indiana State Fire Marshal Jim Greeson urges Hoosiers to keep safety in mind while using alternative heating sources or cooking.
Firefighters had to bring in tankers to help fight the fire because hydrants were frozen.
Monday night, Indiana State Police got a call from someone saying they saw them in Goodwill drop-off bin of U.S. 24 in Fort Wayne near Rural King. In the bitter temperatures, they knew it was probably a desperate situation.
Nawa serves Asian-inspired small plates, entrees, wok meals, soups, salads and various sides. It is now open at 126 W. Columbia St. on The Landing.
The $13.3 million MTI Center features a 3,500-seat arena, a six-lane bowling alley for Trine’s new bowling teams and an esports arena.
Attendance at the 2017 Fantasy of Lights at Fort Wayne’s Franke Park was 3 percent higher than the previous record in 2015 and 10 percent higher than 2016.
It was around negative two degrees while crews worked to put out the flames at JL Oetting Services’ garage in Waynedale early Wednesday morning.
The frigid temps are taking a toll on furnaces as they run on full blast. Technicians are on the run too– answering call after call.
Drivers in need of a tow truck will have to wait several hours for service as a result of an influx of calls.
Isaiah Spillers was last seen at a party around midnight on New Year’s Eve.
Police said alcohol appears to be a factor in a crash east of downtown Fort Wayne that left one person dead.
On the agenda is Sunday alcohol sales, a crackdown on the state’s opioid crisis and more.
In the below-zero weather, some of the animals at Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo find shelter in warm places. Others feel right at home, staying in their exhibits.
At the meeting, a new president and vice president were elected.