Osheskie served as mayor and city council president of Waynesfield, Ohio. He ran for Fort Wayne mayor in the 2015 Republican primary.
Indianapolis police believe Amanda Blackburn was trying to defend herself when she was killed during a robbery.
Walmart Stores says it is offering most of the same Black Friday “doorbuster” deals online and in stores for the first time and giving online shoppers an early jump on the sales.
Free tickets for the Nov. 30 appearance can be picked up from Emens Auditorium beginning Friday for students, faculty and staff and Monday for the general public.
High winds in Northeast Indiana Thursday caused hundreds of outages.
Jose G. Razo-Rodriquez, 18, was shot and killed Wednesday morning, according to the Allen County Coroner’s Office.
78-year-old Joan Cassell was last seen Wednesday evening before being found early Thursday morning.
The Indiana Pacers’ affiliate, Fort Wayne Mad Ants, presented by Lutheran Health Network, announced today the opening night roster for the 2015-16 season.
Fort Wayne’s only goal came in the third period on Wednesday as the Komets lost to the Cyclones 3-1 in ECHL action.
USF senior Brooke Ridley (Bishop Luers H.S.) set a Hutzell Center record with 43 points – the second-highest single game total in program history – but it wasn’t enough in a 122-104 loss to Olivet Nazarene on Wednesday night.
Two local businesses are concerned upcoming construction on North Clinton Street could impact the bottom line.
Drew Daniels and Spencer Martin are both getting at shot in the AHL.
Heritage High School senior Andrew Saalfrank will continue his baseball career in Bloomington as the standout pitcher inked with Indiana University on Wednesday.
United Pastors of Fort Wayne, led by Robert Bell, filed a lawsuit Tuesday against East Allen County Schools surrounding the district’s planned $87 million referendum.
The ACLU sued officials in Allen County in July contending a new law wrongfully barred two registered sex offenders from attending church services.
A talented quartet of student-athletes put pen to paper Wednesday at Carroll High School – Jacqueline Quade, Kate Novack, Madison Fruchey and Kyle Mallers.
Leo’s Brooke Imel and Anna Feldman will both continue their athletic careers in college as Imel signed with IPFW softball while Feldman inked with the Bethel College golf program on Wednesday.
Initial reports indicate the bicyclist ran a red light and was hit by the pickup at the intersection of Ewing and Washington in downtown Fort Wayne.
Since August, the Fort Wayne Fire Department has saved 15 lives by administering naloxone.