It was a zombie apocalypse Saturday as the streets of Fort Wayne filled with the living dead and monsters alike.
The Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo hosts its annual Wild Zoo Halloween Oct. 16-18, 22-25 and 29-31 from noon to 6 p.m. daily (last admission is at 5 p.m.).
PIctures of the historic flooding taking place in South Carolina following a week of steady rain.
Tens of thousands of spectators swarmed the launch field Saturday for the 44th annual Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta.
About half a dozen shops moved into downtown in one convenient place, The City Exchange.
Multiple causalities have been reported after the shooting at the community college in Oregon.
Some 20,000 gathered at M & J Farms in New Haven Wednesday night for the first stop of the eight-city Luke Bryan Farm Tour.
Police responded to a report of a man possibly armed on the roof of an AutoZone after a robbery at a nearby Walmart.
Thousands lined up for the 4-mile, 10K and half-marathon in downtown Fort Wayne Saturday for the 2015 Fort4Fitness.
Dozens of booths set up at Parkview Field for the Fort4Fitness Fall Festival.
A look back at the life of a baseball legend as told through pictures
Johnny Appleseed Park fills every year for an annual tradition that celebrates the life and mission of John Chapman.
Shelf-clouds are made from gusty winds.
The 17th trip with Honor Flight Northeast Indiana is the last full flight for World War II veterans.
The Indianapolis Colts lost to the Buffalo Bills 27-14.
The 4th annual Pits in the Park event was held Saturday to celebrate a breed of dog that is often misunderstood.
A look at the products unveiled during the Apple event in San Francisco on Wednesday.
A severe storm is rolling through the area, bringing with it heavy winds and rains and hail in some locations.
Thousands are expected to visit the Auburn Auction Park this weekend as some 1,000 classic, muscle, hot rod and exotic cars and items of memorabilia cross the Auctions America auction block.
Cedar Canyon Elementary students and staff this week are celebrating the life of second grade teacher Chris Dodane, who was killed Aug. 12 on his way to school on the first day of the year. The entire school will participate in “Cedar Canyon Remembers … Celebrating the Life of Mr. Dodane.”