The 2016 Fort Wayne TinCaps arrived in the Summit City on Sunday evening.
The Komets looked dead in the water with 2:00 remaining in Sunday’s game against Evansville. Trailing 4-1 Brock Montgomery, Kyle Thomas, and Jamie Schaasfma all scored in the final two minutes to send the game to overtime.
People of Fort Wayne marched in honor of the 48th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I’ve Been to the Mountain Top” speech
V.J Beachem sits down with Jessica Starbard for an exclusive one-on-one interview.
Bags of frozen broccoli cuts sold by Alimento Congelados, S.A. should be thrown out, according to the company.
This week’s installment of the Bicentennial Minute, celebrating 200 years of Indiana statehood looks at Levi Coffin, who was involved with the Underground Railroad.
New security measures at the airport aimed to minimize the chances of any repeat attacks.
In case you missed it Saturday night, here is the severe weather special!
Train 89 was heading from New York to Savannah, Georgia, at about 8 a.m. when it hit the equipment that was on the track in Chester, about 15 miles outside Philadelphia, officials said.
Wal-Mart announced plans for the new plant near Fort Wayne International Airport in March, and it’s scheduled to start processing milk in summer 2017.
The man had just got into his car when the wall fell.
An officer responding to robbery shot and killed one person during a confrontation.
Representative Todd Young is one of three candidates running for U.S. Senate.
Columbia City’s Brachen will be reopening his recruitment after being granted his release from Central Florida.
The celebration ball & concert features the Avett Brothers, along with dinner and a live auction on April 19.
The Steuben County Sheriff’s Office responded to a two-vehicle crash early Sunday morning.
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The CEO wrote to the North Carolina governor asking him to repeal the new law that prevents specific anti-discrimination rules for LGBT people for public accommodations and restroom use.
The Michigan bill sponsor says it wasn’t easy to get tech companies and lawyers to agree on the new rules.