The Fort Wayne Police and Fire departments will tip off Thursday at Indiana Tech’s Schafer Center in the Unity in the Community basketball game.
The hunts are held annually by the Indiana Department of Natural Resources to reduce the number of deer as a means to maintain a healthy ecosystem within the parks.
Phillex M. Braster admitted to robbing Moudassir S. Ibrahim in March in an incident at the Chapel Oaks Apartments complex that left his victim paralyzed from a gunshot wound.
The feature is ideal if you’re trying to leave an underground parking garage or a remote national park.
A school employee told police the girl was trying to smoke the marijuana by lighting a plastic baggie of it in a restroom at her elementary school,
The store will be located off I-69 in Fishers and will open for business in the Fall of 2017 according to details released during a Tuesday morning news conference.
The crash happened at about 5:10 a.m. in the 300 block of 930 West.
A jury convicted Charles Whittington of two counts of murder in the February 5 deaths.
Indiana’s state climatologist says the El Nino weather pattern is responsible.
2,000 soldiers will be cleared for deployment after 2 weeks of training.
It happened Monday evening on the east side of Butler.
Amy Warren and her son, Asher, are spearheading the project.
The pair were arrested just hours apart for two separate killings.
The goal is to bring together local organizations who put on events to create one big music festival.
A local non-profit organization that helps thousands in need in northeast Indiana released its finding for 2015. It found that while the unemployment rate has gone down, poverty levels are going up.
A forklift was borrowed from a Home Depot to load the alligator dubbed Godzilla onto a truck.
Fort Wayne police say it appears to just be a coincidence that both men, wanted for separate killings, were arrested on the same day in Atlanta.
The owner of an Ohio funeral home where 11 bodies were found in various states of decay has pleaded no contest to abuse of corpse charges.
Police raided a home in the 3200 block of Fairfield Avenue and found marijuana, including “marijuana candy.”
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