A central Florida woman helped save herself and her children by sending a message in an online pizza order that asked employees to call 911 because she was being held hostage.
The co-pilot of Germanwings Flight 4525 appeared to practice a controlled descent on his previous flight, two hours before he crashed the A320 jet into a mountainside in March, French air accident investigators said Wednesday.
The Komets were 26.6 seconds from falling in an 0-3 hole in the North Division Finals to Toledo on Tuesday night. Down 2-1 with time winding down, Paul Crowder tied the game to send Game 3 of the best of seven series into overtime. Mike Embach played the role of the overtime hero, with a goal 6:09 in OT to give the Komets a 3-2 win over Toledo.
Colts quarterback Andrew Luck was the star attraction at the 42nd annual Big Brothers Big Sisters Gourmet Dinner Tuesday night at the Grand Wayne Center in downtown Fort Wayne.
The TinCaps beat the Dayton Dragons, 4-1, Tuesday night at Fifth Third Field thanks to a home run from Franmil Reyes, outstanding pitching, and poor defense by their opponent.
A volunteer fire department is still without equipment after a weekend fire destroyed engines, tankers, and all kinds of firefighter gear. Insurance adjustors continue to estimate the damage, but the Florence Township Fire Department estimated the damage at close to $1.5 million.
25-year-old Paul Ensley won a three-way contest Tuesday night.
Mitch Harper will see if he can keep Tom Henry from winning a third term as Fort Wayne mayor now that the two have won their respective primaries.
The Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo will stay open until 8:00 p.m. every Wednesday for the next four months.
Indiana communities facing an HIV epidemic tied to intravenous drug use will have a way to implement needle-exchange programs under a measure signed into law Tuesday.
One polling place in Fort Wayne featured a worker not yet old enough to vote and another polling place was staffed by a woman who started working elections in 1955.
Two of the three county commissioners told The (Muncie) Star Press Monday that they’re having second thoughts about allowing hog wrestling to continue at the fair.