New Haven firefighters and American Red Cross volunteers went door to door to spread awareness about fire safety and replace old smoke detectors.
A two-vehicle crash closed parts of the highway west of Kendallville Saturday afternoon.
As a result of the storms, a train derailed when a creek overflowed and washed away the tracks. Two crew members swam to shore.
Pets and their owners dressed up to raise money for Fort Wayne Animal Care and Control to help it care for abused and neglected animals.
Photos from the Halloween Pet Parade and Family Fall Festival at Franke Park Saturday.
Police believe Saturday’s armed robbery at a Marathon is connected to a previous robbery.
Police say another 44 people were injured when a 25-year-old woman crashed her vehicle into the crowed gathering for the parade.
A discussion Monday in a legislative committee could point toward how the General Assembly addresses concerns about a declining number of new teachers.
The survey was sent by email in November to students at the university’s Bloomington campus and asked about experiences, attitudes and perceptions relating to sexual assault.
A ballot proposal before Ohio voters next month would be the first in the nation to legalize both medical and recreational marijuana in a single vote.
Bacon, watermelon and pink lemonade are just some of the featured flavors hitting the shelves starting in December.
The Fort Wayne Children’s Choir offers children from different backgrounds the chance to join a choral program.
GOP leaders promised Friday that the House will act next week — just days from a Nov. 3 deadline.
The new rules require states to cut carbon emissions by 30 percent by 2030. Each state has a customized target and is responsible for drawing up an effective plan to meet its goal.
Prosecutors say thousands of pounds of marijuana were shipped from the Phoenix, Arizona, area to the Indianapolis homes of relatives and associates of the drug ring.
The State Department of Health says Indiana’s cancer registry shows 26 people were diagnosed with a brain cancer type called glioblastoma in Henry County between 1999 and 2013.
Prosecutors contended that the dog was out of the view of jurors as it sat by the child’s feet.
The FDA said Friday that it impounded orders of an anesthetic that has been used in past executions in combination with drugs that paralyze the muscles and stop the heart.
The Komets remained unbeaten at 3-0-0 Friday night with a 3-0 victory over the visiting Indy Fuel, pleasing a home crowd of 7,135.