Defense officials said fRiday a U.S. airstrike in Syria two weeks ago killed a onetime German rapper described by authorities as a “foreign terrorist fighter” who had publicly threatened President Barack Obama.
First responders are carrying more naloxone kits so they’re prepared to respond to an opioid or heroin overdose.
Moisture can build up in the anti-lock brake control module, disabling the system and the electronic stability control.
State Fire Marshal Jim Greeson says Hoosiers should use that occasion to also put fresh batteries in their smoke alarms now that winter is near.
Both semis caught fire and were fully engulfed in flames when emergency responders arrived.
Officials said there is a chance of a natural gas leak, but the cause of the explosion is still undetermined.
Police found several shell casings at a gas station, but have yet to confirm if that’s where the victim was shot.
The Senate voted 64-35 to approve the bill early Friday morning that averts a catastrophic national default and sets spending priorities.
The victim was hospitalized in serious condition after being shot in the ankle, according to Fort Wayne police.
The “Woman in White” has been a common sight in the West Central neighborhood for nearly 150 years.
School officials say the money would go toward utility, vocational costs and special education costs.
Mayoral candidate Mitch Harper held a news conference to discuss key issues in the mayor’s race.
Phase two funding would go to schools not included in phase one. If approved, all FWCS facilities would have air conditioning.
Crews broke ground for the new park, which will include a splash pad, benches for seating, sidewalks, restrooms, lighting and landscaping.
The video was recorded at approximately 3:30 in the morning in Fort Wayne on the October 13. The pickup is believed to be loaded with roofing supplies and tools.
Central High School alumni dedicated both the plaque and portrait in honor of the school’s first principal, Fred Croninger.
Mayor Tom Henry said he was informed at some point Thursday of “inexcusable activities by some employees of the City Clerk.”
Customs officers stopping travelers coming and going from the United States have found drugs disguised as cream filling in cookies, in bags of coffee, bottles of rum, and stuffed inside bricks of frozen meat, among other places.