Traffic on U.S. 30 was delayed for several hours following a crash between a truck and a semi.
Investigators are trying to figure out why the driver of a semi drove off U.S. 30 and into a vacant building in Kosciusko County early Friday afternoon.
Crews will begin blocking off Main Street from Lafayette and Clinton streets Friday night to prepare for the annual Fort4Fitness event.
Emergency responders were dispatched to S.R. 49 north of County Road 124 shortly before 7:30 p.m. Thursday for a single vehicle crash
Police say the biker failed to yield to traffic and hit a car Thursday afternoon at an intersection in a residential neighborhood.
A truck rear-ended a buggy in Grabill Thursday afternoon. The buggy was in several pieces after the crash.
The annual nationwide effort to crack down on motorists not wearing seat belts has been taking place for more than 20 years.
The driver of a moped killed after a collision with an SUV Monday afternoon in Fort Wayne has been identified as a 57-year-old Fort Wayne man.
A driver of an SUV crossed into the path of a moped Monday afternoon.
Police believe the woman was speeding down an off-ramp, during which her SUV rolled over several times.
Southbound lanes at the 296 mile marker were closed for a few hours while crews worked to remove a semi from the interstate.
Police said the pilot lost control after maneuvering away from birds flying towards the aircraft.
Investigators are trying to figure out what caused a driver to leave the roadway and strike a tree Sunday evening in Steuben County.
Police dispatch said no one was injured when the car caught on fire.
A man is in critical condition after his Chevy Blazer crashed into a tree early Saturday morning.
Two people are hospitalized after a crash where police say an SUV collided with a car after the driver ran a stop sign.
An officer with the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Department was uninjured after the driver of a Ford Fiesta failed to yield the right of way at an intersection drove into the path of the squad car.
Witnesses say the motorcycle was traveling at a high rate of speed when it couldn’t avoid the minivan which had pulled out of a shopping center.
Police say the car driven by a 25-year-old rural Ossian man rolled multiple times after it hit a utility pole Tuesday evening on the Wells/Allen County line.
The trucker was entering a ramp when he started to sneeze. An Indiana State Trooper says that when the truck went off the ramp, into a grassy knoll and rolled onto its side.