Pennsylvania fights paying Sandusky’s pension

In an effort to keep from paying a pension to former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky, Pennsylvania’s retirement system is disputing his employment status at the time he was arrested on child molestation charges and later convicted.

Street collapse caught on video

Amateur video captured the incredible moments when the ground gave way in Baltimore, Maryland on Wednesday, causing part of a city street to collapse.

Judge hears arguments in gay marriage case

Indiana will be required to recognize a gay couple’s out-of-state marriage for at least a few days more as a federal judge considers whether to extend an April order requiring the state to acknowledge the union.

Local agencies help in federal pot bust

Fort Wayne police officers as well as officers from the Noble and Steuben County sheriff departments helped the Drug Enforcement Administration investigate and bust a huge pot shipment in Fort Wayne on Monday.

EACS names Teacher of the Year

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE)  East Allen County Schools has named its Teacher of the Year. Superintendent Dr. Ken Folks surprised Gail Alexander with the … More »