Peru Utilities Service Board voted in October to decommission it in the face of more stringent federal air pollution rules.
The group hopes to collect 400 toys over the next week.
Train rides with Santa Claus have taken place for close to 100 years.
Dozens of families from across the area participated in the event.
For the second year, Santa has gotten stuck on the roof of the Fort Wayne Firefighters Museum as part of a fund raiser and community event.
The president’s speech followed Wednesday’s shooting in San Bernardino, California, that killed 14 people and wounded 21.
Carter said the scan showed no signs of the original cancer “spots” or any new ones.
The robbers got spooked at one point, giving the couple a chance to run to a neighbor’s house and call police.
The holidays are here and so is the season of indulging, but do you know what goes with what when it comes to appetizers at your next dinner party?
Orion is NASA’s first new spacecraft for humans in over a generation. It succeeds the now-retired space shuttles.
Police responded to an accident in which a driver was passed out while the car was in gear and was doing circles in the road. He still had a needle in his arm when officers arrived.
Three years ago an 85-year-old retired farmer was found shot in his home.
Republicans are accusing Democrat John Gregg of ducking hard questions in his ongoing campaign against Republican Gov. Mike Pence, even though the November election is months away.
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The Youtheatre is hosting “Holidaze: a Survivor’s Guide for the Season” starting December 11.
The driver of the car was also taken to the hospital in serious condition.
The state Court of Claims says that it approved a settlement on Nov. 13 that gives TRIAD $125,000 and SFC Graphics about $45,000.
Police said a man wearing a red hoodie and black pants walked into the business armed with a gun and demanded cash.
Downing 12.25 pounds of shrimp cocktail in eight minutes, Joey Chestnut topped his previous record and was once again crowned the event’s winner.
Kerry urged both Israeli and Palestinian leaders to recommit to the concept of a negotiated two-state solution in order to give both peoples, but particularly the Palestinians, hope that a resolution to the long-running conflict is at least possible.