United Airlines is investigating a report that a giant rabbit died on one of its trans-Atlantic flights.
A ‘superbug’ fungus is emerging as a new menace in U.S. hospitals, one case reported in Indiana.
The two incidents took place days apart but only a few blocks away from each other.
Trump’s tweeting doesn’t help Twitter; report out Wednesday morning.
Internet companies are bracing for a fight about net-neutrality.
GOP leaders planning to revive failed health care initiative.
Flight #23 is expected to have 27 WWII, 53 Korean and five Vietnam veterans.
Witnesses at the scene told police a confrontation took place between to male individuals which led to the shooting near a park in Middle Point, Ohio.
Firefighters have extinguished flames at two vacant homes in the past eight days.
The No. 19-ranked Indiana Tech baseball team defeated No. 24-ranked and regional rival Huntington, 15-9, on Tuesday evening at Warrior Field in non-conference action.
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Visiting Huntington University felt right at home at Westendorf Field on Tuesday, sweeping host Saint Francis in a double header.
Fort Wayne baseball dropped a non-conference contest at Purdue on Tuesday (April 25) evening 18-0.
A tight game at the stretch turned into a lop-sided, 12-3 loss for the TinCaps against the West Michigan Whitecaps (Detroit Tigers) at Fifth Third Ballpark on Tuesday afternoon.
Forward also selected to All-Rookie squad.
The Fort Wayne softball team wrapped up non-league play on a high note as the Mastodons defeated Bowling Green 7-1.
Two people on the motorcycle were sent to the hospital with life-threatening injuries.
Both proposals were approved unanimously.
South Adams softball team moved to 13-0 with a victory over Coldwater and we honor as Optimum Performance Sports “Team of the Week.”
President Donald Trump signaled Monday evening that he would not insist on $1 billion worth of wall funding now as an addition to the $1 trillion-plus spending bill.
A local air traffic controller was awarded with the medal of safety after helping a pilot navigate through a dangerous storm when his navigation system failed.
Columbia City basketball standout Jordan Bechtold is heading to Wabash College, as the 5-foot-11 senior signed with the Little Giants on Tuesday morning.
the investigation began in March of 2016 when a tip regarding child pornography was received by authorities.