Adam C. Rice, 27, pleaded guilty to a single felony charge related to the dragging death of Jacob E. Beck on Tonkel Road near Leo Crossing on Jan. 20, 2015.
The 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 will be held May 29 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis.
Law enforcement officials in central Indiana are urging the public to pay attention to their surroundings and report suspected sex trafficking of minors ahead of the Indianapolis 500.
The government’s weekly crop report shows just 45 percent of Indiana’s corn crop and 15 percent of its soybean crop was planted by Monday.
A team of Egyptian investigators along with French and British investigators and an expert from Airbus will inspect what the army has found.
Last fall Fogle pleaded guilty to child pornography charges.
Friday is National Bike to Work Day. The City of Fort Wayne is celebrating the day with a breakfast.
Witnesses told police the driver was riding in a group of motorcycles when he appeared to lose control.
Pat McAfee made a stop in Fort Wayne for his comedy tour Friday night at the Embassy.
Double life saving donations with a buddy on the first Saturday in June.
The recent decision allows lawmakers to withhold emails requested under Indiana’s public records law.
A Fort Wayne man has been named his workplace’s Citizen of the Year for his work in the office and at home as a father of eight.
Adding a second track will cut travel time from Michigan City to downtown Chicago from 90 minutes to 67 minutes.
The city hasn’t had any problems with lead in its drinking water, but 142 homes have lead lines leading from the water main near the street into the water meter indoors.
The two were arrested following a month long investigation where a man out fishing was able to capture photos on his phone of what appeared to be a burglary in progress.
Residents have reported receiving phone calls claiming that they have missed jury duty and owe a fine.
The bill, which would scale back the number of schools in which all students receive free or reduced-price meals, would impact Fort Wayne Community Schools.
The 28 victims who sued in state court said Cinemark should have foreseen the potential for violence, with more than 1,000 people expected for the opening of the summer blockbuster.
This once-every-two-years event will happen Sunday morning.
Safer once claimed “there is no such thing as the common man,” explaining, “If there were, there would be no need for journalists.”