The company says the “Markets of Meijer” products were sold at Meijer stores from July 20 through Monday.
The Paulding County Jail opened in 2007. It closed in 2008 after voters shot down a measure to fund its operational costs, and has sat empty since.
John Hinckley Jr. has been granted full time convalescent leave that shall begin no sooner than Aug. 5. He attempted to assassinate President Ronald Reagan March 30, 1981, outside a Washington hotel.
A wildlife officer caught the man with 970 plants in his vehicle in January 2015 at public game lands on the North Carolina coast, where the carnivorous plants grow.
Scientist launched an ambitious project to scan and digitize all of more than 25,000 species in the world.
A 17-year-old back seat passenger died in the Williams County crash.
Fort Wayne City Council voted 6 to 2 on the $1.7 million contract.
Thousands of activists have taken to the streets during the convention this week to voice support for Sanders.
Hillary Clinton became the first woman to lead a major American political party toward the White House.
Impact CNC is investing $2.1 million in one of its Columbia City facilities.
The big Powerball prize comes less than three weeks after a player in Indiana won a $536 million Mega Millions jackpot.
The annual fair might have something you are interested in.
Women around Fort Wayne react to Clinton’s achievement.
A racist slur spray was painted on the Rivergreenway between the Old Fort and Headwaters Park.
J.A.R.V.I.S., a buff-crested bustard, is on exhibit with red-billed hornbills Tony and Pepper in the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo’s African Journey.
Memorial Pool will close for the season Sunday, Aug. 7, and McMillen Pool will close Aug. 7. Northside Pool will remain open for the season until Saturday, Aug. 13.
Renovated fields will provide something Fort Wayne does not have: a central hub for youth baseball, sustainably operated and available for community use.
Holcomb rose in the committee’s eyes over U.S. Reps. Susan Brooks and Todd Rokita and state Sen. Jim Tomes of Wadesville.
Evidence “confirms that the dogs’ deaths appear to be a tragic accident and that no crime was committed.”
According to court documents, detectives said a witness told them Johnathan Cruz confessed he had been “purging” by shooting and robbing people.