This November you can get in the holiday spirit early with a two night screening of the movie on Nov. 8 and 11.
Thousands are expected to fill downtown for the annual Fort4Fitness races on Sept. 26.
Few hiccups Saturday, much drier Sunday
Fort Wayne-based Triple Crown Services announced Friday it would eliminate 200 of its 240 local jobs as part of a mass restructuring by the rail shipper’s parent company, Norfolk Southern.
The Fort Wayne-South Bend Diocese says the Love Our Mission website will create a ‘virtual pilgrimage’ for area Catholics who will be unable to see Pope Francis in person.
Some 3,250 customers lost power sometime around 2 p.m. Friday.
The deal, reached Tuesday, has been criticized by some workers on social media sites, but UAW President Dennis Williams said it achieves union goals of giving entry-level workers a path to higher pay.
Clear Lake native Rory Kramer posted the video, titled “Lake Life,” which features Bieber and others on the lake, eating carry-out pizza and driving in a convertible.
Day five of the Jeremy Washington trial brings to light horrific details of the crash and Haley Nellum’s injuries. Several crash witnesses and medics who worked the scene testified, as well as the pathologist who performed Haley’s autopsy.
Shelf-clouds are made from gusty winds.
The Allen County Sheriff’s Department is looking for a convicted child molester considered to be a sexually violent predator who has eluded authorities for several years.
The city’s proposed 2016 budget is a $155 million spending plan that includes plans to hire 33 new firefighters and invest $22.8 million in infrastructure projects.