The bill’s author suggests learning cursive will help students read old documents and retain information.
The Noble County Sheriff’s Department is reaching new heights with their new $13,000 drone.
After the first trial of Artavius Richards ended with a hung jury in November, he is facing another jury this week.
In the NewsChannel 15 special series Hidden Predators, 15 Finds Out uncovers the prevalence of human sex trafficking in northeast Indiana.
The 122nd Fighter Wing’s security force The Defenders had been stationed in Kuwait, tasked with defending the perimeter as law enforcement agents.
The Universal Education Foundation educates on Islam. Its leader is an immigrant from Pakistan who says Muslims feel safe in Fort Wayne but are worried for the country.
The University of Saint Francis is hosting a program to make the community more aware of human trafficking, ahead of the Feb. 5 Super Bowl, which is considered a magnet for human trafficking.
“The president fundamentally disagrees with the notion of discriminating against individuals because of their faith or religion,” Obama’s spokesman said.
The ruling applies only to out-of-state companies that manufacture “e-liquid” used in vaping devices.
Federal figures show that 2,100 refugees resettled to Indiana during 2016 — about 2 percent of the nationwide total.
The man bought the winning ticket, worth a record-setting $1,239,000 in Muncie and wasted no time in claiming the prize.
A young, female mastodon skeleton was collected by students in the 1960s and is a size, age, sex and class not well represented in museum collections.
Nearly a dozen companies around the globe, including some with deep pockets such as European aircraft maker Airbus, are competing to be the first to develop a new kind of aircraft that will enable commuters to glide above crowded roadways.
Washington’s attorney general announced a lawsuit Monday, becoming the first attorney general to announce a legal action against the Trump administration over one of its policies.
Bush was experiencing breathing difficulties when he was admitted Jan. 14. During his treatment, which included a stay in intensive care, doctors inserted a breathing tube and connected him to a ventilator.
The United Nations refugee agency said that about 13,000 Somali refugees have been interviewed and approved by the U.S. but resettlement has now been affected by President Donald Trump’s new order.
The man faces up to 25 years and a $500,000 fine after admitting to a charge of conspiring to provide material support to the Islamic State group and to transmitting a communication containing a threat.
The decline in the national average price for a gallon of regular unleaded has entered its third straight week with a drop in demand being one of the main reasons according to GasBuddy.
Surveillance photos of a suspect involved in a robbery at an east-side PNC Bank around noon Monday were released by Fort Wayne police. The man got away with an undisclosed amount of cash.
Uber was criticized for charging less than it could at JFK Airport in New York City as taxi drivers had halted service for an hour on Saturday to protest the ban.