The event took its second go-around yesterday touting the best of the street’s art, music, food and brew.
Fort Wayne police said James Ellis Starks III was involved in a shootout on Werling Drive.
The man was swept away in a current Saturday after going into the river to retrieve a pair of shoes.
The fire burning for a week has scorched just over 118 square miles of dense brush and dead trees and continues to threaten about 1,500 homes.
The phone call between two boys and their mother, who was on vacation in France, was brief — the boys wanted to get back to playing with their cousins, not spend time on the phone chatting.
The state has had trouble finding new supplies of drugs, and death row inmates made an unsuccessful challenge of Ohio’s plans for a new three-drug execution method.
The Tax Expenditure Review Committee is tasked to examine the more than $9 billion in tax credits, deductions and exemptions Ohio provides each year.
A recent apartment fire in Honolulu is making officials take a closer look at fire sprinkler requirements in older high-rise buildings.
A man accused of kidnapping and stalking his estranged wife claims a trial judge allowed prejudicial evidence to be presented to the jury.
The footprint of the festival is more than a mile long
The Allen County Fair is right around the corner and there’s something everyone can enjoy.
The donation includes 15 Emmy Awards he won as talk show host.
The Saturday crash in a construction zone near Bloomington caused a chain reaction involving other vehicles.
Taiwanese electronics maker Foxconn’s plan to build a display panel factory in the U.S. has sparked a flurry of lobbying by states.
One U.S. official said that 17 of those rescued were being treated for injuries that were considered life-threatening.
The incident started with 911 calls of “shots fired” in the the 1200 block of Lillie Street.
The president and commander in chief of the U.S. armed forces likened the $12.9 billion warship to “an incredible work of art” and boasted about the American labor that went into building a vessel that eventually will house thousands of sailors and crew members.
The Sootin’ the Blues (with Love) event was held at the Summit Event Center.
The pursuit started in DeKalb County and lasted for more than an hour. The driver was taken to a hospital with minor injuries.
Police said the victim was treated and released from a Fort Wayne hospital.