Local police and ATF agents served a search warrant at a home on Standish Drive Thursday night.
Stories rarely come out about a road getting thinner, but that’s what could happen over the next year along a stretch of Old U.S. 24.
Fort Wayne police officers also reported hearing bullets whiz by their heads after gunshots went off as they tended to a shooting victim.
A bill in the Indiana House and a Senate budget proposal could bring some significant changes to IPFW.
Police arrested a Syracuse man Thursday afternoon after they received what turned out to be a false report about a shooting.
The Fort Wayne VA Hospital is changing some of its protocols after a patient was treated with dirty scissors last week.
The city said if anyone experiences discolored water to run their faucet for a few minutes to flush their pipes.
All funding for public transportation will come to a halt. That’s if Congress doesn’t pass a long-term transportation bill by the end of May.
Virginia has the oldest student-run honor code in the country, which prohibits lying, cheating and stealing.
The video, released Thursday by the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division, shows what begins as a seemingly routine traffic stop.
The woman was part of a group that repeatedly searched Mississippi’s capital city for black people to assault .
A Pence spokeswoman says he’ll attend and speak at Friday’s funeral of a friend, Stephen Abernathy of Centerville.
The proposal would not permit live dealers for table games at the two horse track casinos near Indianapolis until 2021.
NIPSCO has estimated funding for the $1.2 billion in improvements will come in the form of yearly rate increases totaling 4.9 percent by 2020.
The son, who was born a spastic quadriplegic with cerebral palsy, has rode in more than 1,000 races while being pushed by his father.
A fight broke out at a parking lot of a carnival in Georgia on Saturday. The attacker was sentenced to 30 days in jail.
Jury deliberations have resumed Thursday morning in the murder trial of Aaron Hernandez.
The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department is looking for a man they call dangerous and unpredictable. Officers are using social media to help find him.
Firefighters are still investigating a cause for the fire that started around 11:30 a.m. Thursday.
The theft happened sometime between April 1 and 7. The man said the only time he and his hired hand were away from the farm was on Easter Sunday.