The judge in the case said the harshest sentences for the most serious charges were justified by the brutality of the 2015 attack, which she described as performing a cesarean with a kitchen knife.
Several hundred people gathered at the Indiana Statehouse on Friday to protest air conditioning giant Carrier Corp.’s decision to move 1,400 jobs from the state to Mexico to save money.
The vigil Friday night at the Pike County fairgrounds brought together family members, friends and community residents to commemorate the lives of those slain April 22 at four homes near Piketon.
Police say the victim told them was about to get out his Corvette in the parking lot outside of his residence when a suspect blocked him from getting out of the car and took his keys.
This month’s winner is an inspiration to women everywhere despite being afflicted with cerebral palsy.
While presidential candidates are grabbing headlines, several local candidates are campaigning for state positions.
Former President Bill Clinton will campaign for his wife at McMillen Park Community Center on the city’s south side.
Here’s why the City says it’s evicting a number of people who are homeless in Fort Wayne.
The president also called for more attention to be paid to the mentally ill. The Social Security Administration will publish a proposed rule to help ensure that mental health records about people who are prohibited from buying a gun are reported to the background check system.
Gary Thompson’s lawyer filed documents this week seeking a change of venue for the trial on murder and arson charges stemming from the November 2012 explosion.
‘Tapestry: A Day for You’ is an annual event that raises thousands of dollars for scholarships at IPFW.
Three Rivers Distilling Co. opened at 224 E. Wallace St. in Fort Wayne with a ceremonial ribbon cutting on Friday. It will produce vodka, gin, and white rum, along with aged spirits such as whiskey and dark rum later.
Purdue University Northwest’s Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation is partnering with steelmakers, including U.S. Steel, and major suppliers to form the Steel Manufacturing Simulation and Visualization Consortium.
Under the current risk-management programs, drugmakers fund voluntary training for physicians on how to safely prescribe their medications.
The foam was likely used at airports and other sites at risk for catastrophic petroleum fires. It contains perfluorinated compounds linked to cancer and other illnesses.
Police and medics were called around 8 a.m. Thursday to S.R. 3 near C.R. 1000S after a van veered off S.R. 3 and crashed.
Indiana Supreme Court Justice Brent Dickson joined the court in January 1986. Dickson’s retirement ceremony will be webcast live Friday afternoon from the court’s Statehouse courtroom.
Fire investigators said the fire sparked in the kitchen, but they don’t know yet what caused it.
Rangers at Utah’s Arches National Park were investigating large graffiti Thursday that was carved so deeply into a famous red rock arch that it might be impossible to erase, officials said.
At least four people were arrested and one Trump supporter had his face bloodied in a scuffle as he tried to drive out of the arena.