The Indiana State Fair Commission said in a news release that this year’s attendance total is the fifth highest on record.
They tackled a gunman preventing an attack on the high-speed train carrying 500 passengers to Paris.
A big fire destroyed a house in Collins, between Columbia City and Churubusco, Sunday night.
Police said the suspects tied up an employee and customer during the robbery Sunday night.
Having a good neighbor tends to make life a little easier, but it’s not typically the difference between life and death. For one Ossian family, it was.
The Huntington community is raising money to help repair the sidewalk and build a ramp for an older woman known by everyone.
The sheriff said it’s possible e-cigarettes could be used as incentives for inmates and help with anger issues.
“They took my heart and my baby.”
Two Troy officers are in the hospital with serious injuries after being shot by an attempted carjacking suspect.
Jordan said the case “was never about money” and that he’ll give the damages award to charities in Chicago.
Google’s new site shows you how much sun and shade your home or business gets each year.
Dispatch received a call about a brown package in a grassy lot.
They have sent cakes and copies of a Christian film to 10 LGBT groups on the West Coast.
Changes will only affect outbound traffic. It will not affect inbound traffic patterns currently in place.
Xisco’s Pops offers all natural popsicles across Fort Wayne. They are handmade in small batches. The popsicles don’t use any artificial flavoring or additives.
It’s a family-friendly showcase of local talent and a chance to participate in a wide variety of engaging and entertaining activities.
Two-EE’s Winery has only been open for a couple years, but that’s all it took to make international headlines.
Infants are placed on a cooling bed, which, over a 72-hour period, chills the body to 95.9 degrees Fahrenheit, to help control swelling in the brain.
Seventeen- year- old Zach Cooper is one step away from his dream: He’s already qualified for the Olympic trials.
Recently, researchers discovered a protein problem is at least part of the reason the nervous system slowly dies off for people with ALS.