He says steel is “essential” to Indiana’s manufacturing-intensive economy and is also “vital” to the nation’s security.
Police said the person had minor injures.
If approved, the city could collect between $25 and $40 on vehicles registered in Fort Wayne.
Western Indiana’s Vermillion County had the state’s highest turnout, with 51 percent of its registered voters casting ballots.
The basketball stand-out passed away May 12 after collapsing in his family’s home.
They collectively face 64 charges, including 11 drug charges and one gun charge. More than $2,000 in cash was seized.
“They just see a person that’s dirty and living on streets and think the worst thing about them. But they don’t really know their story or where they came from or what they’re going through.”
The three-day festival at the Grand Wayne Center goes until Sunday evening.
The final numbers are not yet in, but organizers estimate the A.J. Arnett 5K Run raised $7,000 for Honor Flight Northeast Indiana.
The teen’s mother told officers she believes the shooter was her ex-boyfriend, but he has not been charged and is not in custody.
Court records show the woman purchased abortion-inducing drugs online through a pharmacy in Hong Kong, took those drugs and delivered a premature baby in her home bathroom.
The more than 540 U.S. cases diagnosed so far involve travel to outbreak areas or sex with infected travelers.
Google unveiled new messaging apps, a smart-home device and a contest: It wants users to suggest names for its next Android system, currently known as N.
Every Tuesday a group will meet to go for a bike ride to spotlight a specific trail around Fort Wayne.
The man from Richmond pleaded guilty to eight felony theft charges of taking money from clients. A judge ordered the man to serve six years on probation.
The Swiss-made Solar Impulse 2 landed late Saturday in Dayton, Ohio, where inventors Wilbur and Orville Wright grew up.
About 50 women have publicly accused Bill Cosby of forcing unwanted sexual contact on them decades ago.
The new rule prohibits certain political leaders from doing business with the city.
Over the past week, a petroleum odor has caused throats to burn and eyes to water.
Operations director Steve McKenzie says the job cuts are due to “the sudden and unforeseen cancellation” of a contract with the company’s largest customer, which he did not identify.