President Rodrigo Duterte has declared martial law in the southern third of the nation and warned he would enforce it harshly.
An Alabama inmate who has had seven executions postponed is scheduled to be put to death by lethal injection Thursday.
Former CIA Director John Brennan says he personally warned Russia last summer against interfering in the U.S. presidential election.
This is the 24th flight to Washington, D.C. for Honor Flight Northeast Indiana.
The approval of more than $17.1 million in contracts will allow construction on phase 1 of riverfront development to begin this summer.
A look at how President Trump’s budget proposal would impact each federal agency.
A Michigan teen was killed, and 22 other people were injured, when a driver who told police he was high on drugs plowed through a pedestrian-packed sidewalk for three blocks Thursday before hitting a barrier.
The USOC learned about the problems in December and reached out to all the American sports federations in January to begin the process.
The status means armed soldiers could be deployed instead of police at public events including sports matches. The threat level had been at the second-highest rung of “severe” for several years.
Caliente Cuban Cafe will open a second restaurant located in downtown Fort Wayne. The general manager at Toscani Pizzeria said they hope to move to a different location.
For the first time in 11 years, the rates will increase throughout the city.
The zoo installed new barriers at the exhibit after a 3-year-old boy entered the enclosure, leading to the death of the 17-year-old western lowland gorilla Harambe.
Flooding has caused a lot of concerns and they aren’t optimistic looking at the forecast.
One girl said of going to concerts: “I don’t think I’m afraid. I’m just more cautious. I’d be kind of on edge, like not really 100 percent sure of everything.”
A raid last week by police in Whitley County resulted in eight arrests and the discovery of what appeared to be a methamphetamine production operation.
State police say the driver of a mortuary services van involved in crash along Interstate 70 in western Indiana faces drunken driving and other charges.
An appellate court ruled the man was still required to pay his taxes despite his argument that doing so is a burden on his religion.
Target’s breach, which occurred between Nov. 27 and Dec. 15 of 2013, affected more than 41 million customer payment card accounts and exposed contact information for more than 60 million customers.
The complaint says the suspect had done nothing to provoke the officer who shocked him with a Taser 16 times in May 2016 in Greenwood, just south of Indianapolis.
Dozens of Lutheran Hospital employees gathered outside Lutheran Hospital at noon on Tuesday to pray for leaders in the wake of Community Health Systems’ rejection of a buyout bid by ten Fort Wayne physicians.