The Greater Fort Wayne Business Political Action Committee made its recommendation based on written and in- person candidate evaluations.
The club invited election candidates to speak at its weekly meeting at Parkview Field.
Associate Professor of Law Chuck MacLean said people have the right to use reasonable force in an effort to protect their homes.
Central City Café announced Monday on Facebook it was closing.
The News-Sentinel prep writer Justin Kenny and WANE sports director Glenn Marini preview your local sectionals in this week’s edition of “Inside The Zone.”
The Fort Wayne Police Department has asked for the public’s participation on a survey to determine what questions or concerns, if any, there are about its use of body cameras.
The state board of education is concerned that the online format for ISTEP testing is more difficult than the paper-pencil version after a study comparing the two, came back with red flags.
The taser was used by an officer responding as backup when a traffic stop turned violent.
On Monday, a jury was selected for the trial of the man accused of stabbing his mother- in- law to death in 2013.
Ahmed Mohamed was handcuffed after bringing a homemade clock inside a suitcase to his high school in Irving, Texas. After the error made national headlines, President Obama invited him to the White House.
Speculation continues to swirl over whether Vice President Joe Biden will jump in the 2016 presidential race.
A report says a 47-year-old woman was sitting at a table when a man shouted epithets and racially charged threats at her and grabbed her by the neck.
The Overdose Prevention Therapy-Indiana, or optIN, registry allows nonprofits, pharmacies, local health departments, addiction treatment facilities, correctional facilities and other entities to register as providers of naloxone.
This school year, 30,000 students around the world signed pledges — visual reminders — to be kind. And many have shared their photos and experiences of doing so on social media.
The Legislature’s study committee on education is scheduled to hear Monday from several education experts on the situation.
He says nothing has been determined and he’s spending time studying the issue and listening to people. He says he’s learned Indiana residents cherish faith and don’t tolerate discrimination.
Authorities said the suspect or suspects were still at large and did not release any information about a possible motive.
U.S. District Judge John deGravelles in Baton Rouge had heard arguments Friday. Without his ruling, funding was expected to end Monday.
Weight Watcher’s shares soared $5.09, or 75 percent, to $11.88 in premarket trading about an hour before the mart open.