Obama said Friday the bill advances vital projects across the country to restore watersheds, improve flood control and rebuild water infrastructure.
Andrea Schroeder attended a community luncheon Friday to discuss her daughter’s battle with addiction and death.
Adopt a Family has been going on for six years but this year the family requested different items than in the past. Thanks to overwhelming support, they’ll get those and more.
Backpacks of Hope, a Fort Wayne organization that works to end poverty distributed the backpacks, which contain essential items like hats, gloves, socks, blankets, hygiene items, and nonperishable food items to the homeless at the Rescue Mission.
The Kroger Marketplace store on Dupont Road hosted an event with City of Fort Wayne leaders to present donations to several area and regional charities and causes Friday morning.
The winner of the decorating contest will receive a picture of their window features in the thank-you ad in the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette and News-Sentinel and will be a featured window in all promotions of the contest in 2017.
The small business expo, scheduled for Friday afternoon, will include a variety of unique gifts like cakes made in the shape of a high heel, fragrances, and clothing. The event will also include giveaways and samples.
The House Oversight Committee faults both state officials and the federal EPA, saying they did not detect the problem soon enough or take proper action once problems were identified.
One of the candidates, Republican Roy Buskirk, ended up winning one of the three seats even though he had passed away just prior to the election, which led to the fourth place finisher, a Democrat, contesting the results.
In an expected move, Purdue University trustees voted to approve the IPFW split after Indiana University trustees approved the proposal in early December.
A federal jury convicted Roof on all 33 counts Thursday. Those same jurors will decide in another phase of the trial starting Jan. 3 whether he faces the death penalty or life in prison.
A public viewing for the first American to orbit Earth is scheduled to stretch at least eight hours starting at noon Friday in Columbus.
A Kentucky man bothered by a rattle in a car he’d recently bought at an Ohio auto auction has found 2 pounds of heroin in a secret compartment inside the vehicle.
Indianapolis police say the body of a bicyclist killed in a hit-and-run crash apparently wasn’t discovered until about 12 hours after that crash.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources said the boy and girl died Thursday evening in southern Pike County.
Officials say an American Airlines flight from Dallas to Indianapolis was forced to make an emergency landing after a passenger’s electronic cigarette “malfunctioned” and started a small fire.
A total of 19 different fire departments were called to the scene of the fire at the Lake George Retreat restaurant in Fremont. During the blaze, at least two people, including one firefighter were injured.
The day Santa ceases to exist in a household can be quite emotional for a child. Rather than dread the inevitable, be prepared with these simple tips.
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The 61-year-old Mount Vernon officer was listed in serious but stable condition following surgery for a head wound.