ficers responded to the scene Monday to find a therapist who works with people with disabilities, according to WSVN-TV, trying to get his 27-year-old patient back to a facility from where he wandered.
Tow truck drivers said the semi was hauling a partial load of about 10,000 pounds of vegetable cooking oil.
John J. Forbes Sr., 70, went missing July 8 in Tippecanoe Lake while swimming with family and a friend.
“Friends of Ouabache State Park” launched a GoFundMe campaign raise $75,000 for repairs necessary to allow access to the top of the Fire Tower after it was shut down in April 2015 for safety reasons.
State Superintendent Glenda Ritz wants Indiana to use computer-based tests with questions that adapt to students’ skill levels in order to give teachers a better understanding of what individuals know.
Congress has passed a bill to expand treatment for opiate addiction, but a couple of Fort Wayne clinics are already on their way to doing that. More than 100 Americans die a day from this addiction.
How is this any different to the rest of the initiatives/programs launched to unite community?
With temperatures set to rise this weekend, the city will open cooling centers to give the public opportunities to cool off.
The recalled items include Bar-S bun-length and classic franks made with chicken and pork, Bar-S classic corn dogs and Signature Pick 5 corn dogs. They were made between July 10 and 13.
Burglars took money from the Jiffy Wash in the 100 block of Fulton Street and the Splash and Dash Car Wash in the 1000 block of Grandstaff Drive.
The owners of Affine food truck have opened Junk Ditch Brewing Company restaurant and bar at 1825 W. Main St.
Indiana Michigan Power has some reminders on ways to avoid a shock when your next utility bill arrives.
Smithsonian officials say the gloves and helmet, which are fragile, have not been on display since 2012. They expect the items to be on display for one year.
First issued in 2001 when the game was played with cards, the decree says Pokemon violates Islamic prohibitions against gambling, uses devious Masonic-like symbols and promotes “forbidden images.”
A family spokeswoman, Sara Brady, says she couldn’t say whether a financial settlement had been reached with Disney World.
A Mishawaka man has been charged for robbing couple playing Pokemon Go in a city park during a string of robberies over six hours.
The doctor is accused of over prescribing prescription painkillers that resulted in three deaths.
The son reportedly doused himself with gasoline and tried to set himself and the house on fire Tuesday morning in South Carolina.
Marshall’s hits included “Happy Days,” “Laverne & Shirley,” “Pretty Woman,” and “Runaway Bridge.”
Greater Fort Wayne Inc. hosted a town hall meeting to discuss five major projects included in their 10-year plan.