The 20-year-old was last seen Sunday night and was reported missing by his sister on Monday.
A missing persons report was filed last Tuesday for the missing man.
Over the past four days, pastors have organized a web of support for victims’ families and the wider community.
The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation honored 84 firefighters who died in the line of duty in 2014 and three others who died in previous years.
A look at a blood- alcohol reading technique known as “retrograde extrapolation,” which some defense attorneys have called junk science.
Early Sunday, emergency management officials sent a statewide alert telling people to stay off roads and remain indoors unless their homes were in danger of flooding.
The councilman and mayoral candidate joined NewsChannel 15’s First News to talk about the upcoming election.
The plaintiffs say the cigarette maker’s marketing deliberately tries to mislead smokers into believing their products are healthier than other tobacco products.
Biden, who is considering running for president, declared transgender rights to be “the civil rights issue of our time” as he delivered a keynote speech at the Human Rights Campaign’s annual dinner Saturday.
Yayo Grassi, 67, met Francis more than 50 years ago when the future pope taught at his all boys school in Argentina.
Chaffetz’s candidacy underscores turmoil in the House GOP little more than a week after Speaker John Boehner’s surprise resignation.
More than 500 balloons representing dozens of states and nearly 20 different countries registered for the event this year.
At least five weather-related deaths have been reported since rains began spreading over the Eastern Seaboard.
The fire was discovered when a FWPD officer responded to reports of smoke and found a house fully in flames.
A Fort Wayne road construction contractor is refusing demands from the state government for a $5 million refund for a section of highway that the state says is crumbling years earlier than expected.
Superintendent Glenda Ritz attends forum hosted by Indiana Coalition for Public Education. Local teachers discussed the shortage of teachers across the state and what to do about the problem.
After two years of planning, City Exchange, a space that can hold more than a dozen, locally owned shops, held its grand opening Saturday.
About half a dozen shops moved into downtown in one convenient place, The City Exchange.
Main Street Bistro and Martini Lounge will serve breakfast weekdays starting Oct. 14.
The run takes place along the River Greenway, which cuts through IPFW’s campus.