Visit Indiana, which promotes tourism in the state, is conducting an online poll to determine the Best Biking trail, the Best You Pick Experience and the Best Local Barbecue Joint.
Investigators said a vehicle crossed over the center line and struck an oncoming vehicle. Police said the victims suffered primarily broken bones.
The partnership, announced Wednesday, involves both hospitals working together to identify new health care strategies.
Items like Egg McMuffins, hotcakes, sausage burritos, fruit ‘n yogurt parfaits, hash browns and biscuits will be available anytime, although the exact menu will vary in different markets.
The crash happened at about 6 a.m. Wednesday at the intersection of U.S. 27 and S.R. 124 west of Monroe.
The crash shut down the road at West County Line Road for several hours.
More than 80,000 people are expected to visit the Auburn Auction Park for the annual Labor Day Weekend tradition.
The money would go to fund higher education that is the result of a collaboration between Parkview Health, Trine University and Huntington University.
Police arrested a man who allegedly fled the scene of a crash Tuesday evening near downtown Fort Wayne.
Rev. Al Sharpton made the announcement during a speech focusing on topics including violence and issues for young people.
Drug and Alcohol Consortium of Allen County Executive Director Jerri Lerch said she thinks recent heroin deaths reported in the news are what sparked to idea for the task force.
The Nonhuman Rights Project has argued that scientific evidence of chimps’ emotional and cognitive abilities should qualify them for basic rights, including freedom from imprisonment.
Prosecutors agreed to drop the murder charge against 38-year-old Richard Combs, the former police chief of a small South Carolina town, in exchange for his guilty plea.
The juvenile could be clearly seen in images from surveillance video taken during Monday’s robbery of the Fort Wayne gas station. He had earlier been reported as being a runaway.
Police were called just after 9 a.m. Aug. 18 to the Check ‘n Go at 5112 S. Calhoun Ave. after a hold-up alarm was triggered at the store.
Police arrested a Fort Wayne man back in August after an investigation revealed he allegedly defrauded a woman he met on a dating site out of $128,000 and they believe she may not be his only victim.
The Indianapolis man had been sentenced to home detention for baking the animal in an oven, however he’s violated the terms, so he’s back in jail.
The Indiana Department of Homeland Security hopes the survey will prompt residents to take steps to be ready when disaster strikes.