3Rivers Federal Credit Union has made it easy for people to donate to Harvey and Irma disaster relief.
Harvey is mostly to blame for a 25 cent jump in the price of gas nationwide last week according to GasBuddy.
A death investigation was conducted by police at a home at 4928 Primitivo Pass off Tonkel Road.
Police initially responded to a home in the 3000 block of Tonawanda Dr. at 11:09 p.m. Monday in response to a fight between a man and woman.
Police responded to the Speedway at 1222 N. Coliseum Blvd. around midnight. The incident was initially called out as a stabbing, but police later determined the woman was never stabbed.
Raul Perez and Irma Briseno both immigrated from Mexico with their parents in the mid 1990’s. If DACA is reversed, they say they’ll have no place to call home.
The shelters are full and some were going to euthanize dogs to make room for flood rescues.
Positively Me is a program that focuses on helping children build positive self-images and embrace diversity.
A man is proposing a small museum be created to preserve the memories of Pleasant Lake, which was once much more vibrant than it is now.
Emergency dispatchers said the motorcycle driver was taken to a hospital in serious condition.
Investigators said the vehicle left the road for an unknown reason and struck a tree.
Bandidos restaurants in Fort Wayne are rolling out a new menu, but don’t worry, you’re likely to still find your old favorites. The restaurant, which has five locations in the area, are rolling out some fresher options.
Indiana natives Annette Oferle, Luke Oferle and Jonah Baker are continuing their good vibes with their modern country pop band Oferle. They just released their latest single ‘Ghost of You.’
Police said the incident initially started with a fight inside the club.
DNR Law Enforcement said the man died after initially being taken to a hospital in critical condition.
Police said the child was expected to be okay.
Every one of the classic cars that can be found in Auburn during the annual ACD Festival comes with an owner who has a tale to tell, including an Auburn man working on a dream and an Oklahoma man who brought his car home for the first time.
The 36,000 square foot complex has sports themed bowling, bumper cars, a virtual rock climbing wall, an arcade and 4D interactive theater.
Get a preview of bands playing at Middle Waves on First News Saturday.
The walk to aims to raise awareness and funds for families living with autism in Indiana.