Hundreds of people came to cheer on dozens of teams at the Riverpalooza Dragon Boat races Saturday morning.
The vice- president’s son was diagnosed two years ago. He planned to run for governor in 2016.
Hundreds of people came out for the first “Coffee with a Cop” in Fort Wayne Saturday morning. Another event is planned for June 27th.
Autopsies on the two Kosciusko County boys were performed Sunday after their bodies were pulled from a private pond in Warsaw on Saturday.
Now in its seventh year, Le Tour de Fort’s bike ride has been helping raise funds for organizations that help service men and women.
Confusion at the booths during the primary over who could vote for the Democratic mayoral spot has prompted the Allen County Election Board to call for a re-vote.
The fight over phone records has jeopardized other surveillance programs that have broad, bipartisan support and could fall victim to congressional gridlock.
The collection got a lot of attention after the more than 300 cartridges were photographed while being stored in a refrigerator.
A company that’s expanding to the Summit City is offering a unique opportunity to help local charities. The deadline to apply is June 4.
The Allen County Public Library’s summer reading program is no longer for just children and teens. Adults can now get involved.
Minute Clinic nurse, Emily Hurst, shared 5 ways parents can help get their kids ready for camp.
The change in county fair policy is in response to a wide spread bird flu outbreak in the state.
St. Joseph County health officials are seeking the state’s help to reduce the number of babies who never see their first birthdays.
The city last year approved spending $30,000 to cut down most of its ash trees to protect against the emerald ash borer that has struck more than two-thirds of Indiana’s counties.
Police were called to the couple’s home in Greenfield Thursday after receiving a report of an unconscious child.
The plan calls for tuition to increase by $201 during the upcoming school year to $6,898, and then by $207 the following year to $7,105.
The vehicles are equipped with air bag inflators made by Takata Corp. of Japan that can inflate with too much force, spewing shrapnel into the passenger compartment.
Sara Gonso Tait has been appointed the executive director of the Ind. Gaming Commission and Tim Berry will serve as director of the Department of Financial Institutions.
St. Mary of the Woods alumnae disagree with the change, which was prompted at least partly by financial reasons, school officials have said.
Twenty-four other students were examined and released to either parents or to other buses for transportation.