FDA officials say research shows young people who identify with hip-hop are more likely to smoke than their peers.
Assuming it’s a normal winter and current market projections pan out, customers could see significantly lower natural gas bills.
Members of a commission trying to find a solution to Indiana’s teacher shortage met Monday to address the fact Indiana had 21 percent fewer initial teacher license issued during the 2014-2015 school year compared with the previous year.
The Fort Wayne-Allen County Health Department unanimously approved a resolution Monday calling for a needle-exchange program to slow the spread of hepatitis C among intravenous drug users.
A 100-pound pumpkin that was brazenly stolen from the yard of a South Dakota residence has been found and returned, after someone apparently tried but failed to turn it into a giant jack-o’-lantern.
Absentee ballots for the November general election are now available in Allen County.
Fire crews responded to a garage fire early Tuesday morning.
Under the new standards several teachers will not be qualified to teach courses that allow Hoosier high school students to earn college credits at little or no cost.
The Warsaw community is mourning the loss of the victims of last weekend’s plane crash in South Carolina.
The number of students dealing with homeless has risen dramatically in Indiana during the last five years. Local school districts have support staff in place to help serve those most in need.
The recall affects Cheerios and Honey Nut Cheerios that were made in July.
The money will help the Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation Department finish projects started in 2015 as well as fund new projects in 2016.