Students at the FWCS Career Academy at Anthis have started a new business.
Local realtor and Fort Wayne native Jerry Starks said as he’s grown up here he’s seen more and more Burmese refugees moving to town. Now he has relationships with a lot of them.
Some Indiana colleges, including University of Saint Francis in Fort Wayne, announced that they’re offering transfer assistance to St. Joseph’s students after trustees voted to temporarily close the institution.
Fort Wayne police are looking for a woman who fled the scene of an alleged battery at an apartment where she is said to have beat a man in the head.
A Fort Wayne Community Schools bus was transporting Memorial Park students to school just after 6:30 a.m. when it collided with a pickup truck at the intersection of Spring Street and Tyler Avenue.
The high-speed alert system delivers pre-recorded messages about severe weather, school lockdowns, traffic hazards, active shooters and Amber or Silver alerts.
The 24-year-old was driving an ATV in a Uniondale field on Sunday when he struck a large metal post and was ejected.
A Fort Wayne man has to stand on a busy downtown street wearing a giant football costume after coming last place in his fantasy football league.
In a series of special reports, we look at the lengthy list of developments happening around downtown Fort Wayne. Week 1 features the area northwest of the Allen County Courthouse.
The chase involving several police vehicles continued on Interstates 465 and 70 and some city streets before the crash.
Two Fort Wayne brothers posted a video online of a fish eating another fish frozen under the ice, and the video has since had over 60 million views and counting.
The Fort Wayne Embassy Theatre will host a concert featuring rock covers by five of the region’s most popular bands, and a Broadway fundraising gala featuring a Tony and Grammy award-winning vocalist as the headliner.
Members of the community were invited to celebrate nature at the Old Wells Street Bridge Sunday. Fort Wayne also has other events happening around town, including theatre and art exhibits.
The pole was quickly moved out of the way.
Firefighters were able to contain the fire to the garage.
Fort Wayne police arrested Jamarcus Cain in the 4200 block of South Clinton Street.
A piece of history was on the move in Markle. A log cabin, which could date back to the 1830s, has a new home in the town’s Old Mill Park. There’s some mystery about the log cabin. It’s believed it belonged to Albert Draper the first white settler in Huntington County.
According to police, an investigation found that an altercation between a male victim and a female caretaker led to the woman hitting the man in the head.
Division I, II, III and women’s wheelchair basketball teams will play Saturday and Sunday at Turnstone.
A former West Noble coach pleaded guilty Thursday, a year after he admitted he had engaged in a sexual relationship with a female student.