FWPD said the owner of a store was robbed in the parking lot.
The stretch of road that will be repaired is between Coliseum Boulevard and Washington Center Road.
The Salvation Army gives NewsChannel 15 a look at the other side of the collection process as the holidays approach.
It may be surprising, but traffic stops are one of the most dangerous parts of a police officer’s job. FWPD hope the video will serve as an opportunity to better educate the public.
Police have asked for the public’s help to find the culprit, and Crime Stoppers has offered a cash reward for information.
Country music recording artist Easton Corbin was set to play Saturday at the Embassy Theatre. “Unforeseen schedule changes” forced the cancellation of the show.
Firefighters were called Monday to a home in the 17600 block of Wesley Chapel Road around noon. The homeowner’s body was found around 2:45 p.m. on the property.
Allen Superior Judge Frances Gull was honored Tuesday with the National Center for State Courts’ 2015 G. Thomas Munsterman Award for Jury Innovation.
The Fort Wayne Police and Fire departments will tip off Thursday at Indiana Tech’s Schafer Center in the Unity in the Community basketball game.
The crash happened at about 5:10 a.m. in the 300 block of 930 West.
A jury convicted Charles Whittington of two counts of murder in the February 5 deaths.
It happened Monday evening on the east side of Butler.
Amy Warren and her son, Asher, are spearheading the project.
The pair were arrested just hours apart for two separate killings.
The goal is to bring together local organizations who put on events to create one big music festival.
A local non-profit organization that helps thousands in need in northeast Indiana released its finding for 2015. It found that while the unemployment rate has gone down, poverty levels are going up.
A home in a rural area of northwest Allen County caught fire, and a man’s body was found on the heavily wooded property later.
The number of restaurants and other businesses offering discounts or freebies to veterans continues to grow.