The new space holds offices, exam rooms and treatment areas. DeKalb Health said it will become the new hub for services that often go together like orthopedics and rehabilitation.
Fort Wayne firefighters were called to 3812 Lillie St. at 4:17 p.m
National and regional media coverage of the HIV outbreak in Scott County has portrayed Austin as a small, poor town with a big drug problem.
Deputies went to the cell after a deputy that was monitoring a camera noticed she wasn’t moving.
A living history group hosted its Early Modern Muster of Arms event that takes place at a time when America was just being discovered.
Deputies found the passenger, who was treated for non-life threatening injuries, but couldn’t find the driver.
When emergency personnel arrived about 4:30 a.m., the train was stopped and the man was pronounced dead at the scene.
A crowded fishing boat that one survivor said carried 700 migrants capsized north of Libya overnight. At least 28 survivors had been rescued by Sunday morning.
Students have been told to stay inside their dormitories. Non-students were asked to leave campus.
Survivors of the April 19, 1995, attack and relatives of some of the dead are among those attending Sunday’s memorial service.
Unusual death rates for dolphins are among the top concerns for researchers.
Independently owned record stores across the country celebrated vinyl and an industry that continues to grow despite digital music sales.
A financial expert has advice for reducing tax bills for next April.
The Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo is celebrating its 50th anniversary and your family has an opportunity to join in on the celebration.
Workshops at the conference will include sessions on restoring historic glass and plaster walls and uses for historical school buildings.
The Indiana State Board of Education eliminated cursive as a requirement for student instruction in 2011 in favor of keyboard proficiency.
Two flags from an Army regiment that trained in Richmond during the Civil War have returned home for the 150th anniversary of the war’s end.
The emails were published online by whistleblower site WikiLeaks, and the information never appeared on the program.