On the heels of Trump’s upset victory this week, the Republican’s team has been scrambling to identify people for top White House jobs and Cabinet posts.
Police describe the marijuana confiscated after a traffic stop as “high grade’ with an estimated value of $400,000.
The website will accept resumes and also share information related to the transition to new leadership in the state capital.
Sunday marks one year since 130 people were killed and 368 wounded in a series of terror attacks in Paris, France.
The fire erupted in an alley behind a shopping complex.
Six in 10 Americans say they get at least some news from social media , mostly Facebook.
The demonstrations stretched into a third straight night Thursday and came to a head in Portland, Oregon, where thousands of marchers chanted, “We reject the president-elect!”
The man was inside the disabled machine, trying to unclog it when it churned back into operation.
Allen County Councilman Roy Buskirk died Nov. 4 at age 72. The late Buskirk won re-election Tuesday.
29-year-old Christopher A. Grimmett said he was babysitting his girlfriend’s 2-year-old daughter. Her body was found in the backyard of his brother’s Warsaw home.
Participants held signs including ones reading “Sanctuary Campus NOW,” with some students calling on the school to stand in the way of potential deportations.
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Some 4,000 protesters surged into the downtown area late Thursday night with chants like “we reject the president-elect!”
Cohen was known for his songs “Hallelujah,” ”Suzanne” and “Bird on a Wire”.
Kosciusko County Sheriff C. Aaron Rovenstine was indicted on the 10 felony charges in February.
East Noble senior Lanie Allen tallied 31 points Thursday night at the visiting Knights handed host Wayne a 73-27 defeat to headline girls basketball around the area.
The Braves beat top-ranked Christian Academy of Indiana 3-1 Saturday in the state title match down in Muncie.
Andrew Mevis, a senior football player from Warsaw High School, was presented his honorary game jersey at the American Family Insurance Selection Tour for the 2017 Under Armour All-America High School Football Game at Warsaw High School today.
The Naismith Award is one of college basketball’s highest honor, given to the nation’s top player. Oklahoma’s Buddy Hield won the award a year ago.
A local business man invested $1.2 million in the south side of Fort Wayne, and he did it over 6 years with his own money and hard work.
Rachel Klitzing (volleyball/Butler), Kassie Till (volleyball/West Alabama), Noah Fleming (soccer/Huntington), Nicole Fosnough (soccer/Bethel), and Becca Villanueva (basketball/Lake Superior State) signed to play college sports Thursday afternoon at Carroll High School.
One of Fort Wayne’s native sons is back in the Summit City. Charlie Savage is a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and writer for the New York Times Washington Bureau He’s become an expert on the post 9-11 presidencies of George W. Bush and Barack Obama.
Softball standout Jordyn Poulson is heading to Wright State to continue her softball career as the senior signed with the Raiders on Thursday afternoon.