The salary for the positions is $16.25 an hour plus an equipment maintenance allowance.
A state agency has approved plans for a wastewater treatment plant to be built in Huntertown, meaning the town will no longer have to rely on Fort Wayne.
Photos from a search where a man in police custody escaped from the St. Joseph Hospital and led police to the St. Marys River.
Gov. Nixon announced what he called a systematic withdrawal of Guard officers on Thursday. He says they’ve effectively protected the city while other agencies worked to restore trust between law enforcement and residents.
The corporal assigned to the Fort Wayne post arrested 82 suspected drunk drivers in 2013.
According to event officials, the festival has been recognized nationally as the premier event to attend for pre-season collegiate soccer.
The challenge sweeping the nation has reached the NewsChannel 15 studio.
The new rules mean that drugs like Vicodin, Lortab and other generic versions will be subject to the same prescribing rules as painkillers like codeine and oxycodone.
A judge has granted a delay in the case against Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay.
After an hours-long standoff in the early morning hours, a suspect escaped police custody while he was being treated at a hospital.
As the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge grows in popularity, many people from Fort Wayne have accepted the challenge and are raising awareness for the disease that affects 30,000 Americans.
The man accused in the stabbing and shooting death of Purdue student Andrew Boldt, pleaded guilty in a Tippecanoe County courtroom Thursday.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources is awarding $994,3000 to 23 projects in Indiana.
The state fire marshal’s office said Thursday that the fire in New Carlisle has been ruled as undetermined and that accidental causes couldn’t be ruled out.
Pence said he has “no interest” in expanding gambling in Indiana but wants to keep the status quo.
Police were called the the DeKalb County farm before 4 a.m. on Thursday.
Authorities say they acted on a tip that Stoner was selling to children.
James Foley was embedded with members of the Indiana Guard’s 76th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, during which time he wrote several stories and took photographs for the Post-Tribune newspaper in northwestern Indiana.
The rescue mission was authorized after intelligence agencies believed they had identified the location inside Syria where the hostages were being held.
Their release poses no public health risk, Dr. Bruce Ribner of Emory University Hospital in Atlanta stressed.