The woman was kidnapped after she told her boyfriend over the phone that the teen was in her house.
The owner said two pit bulls were taken from her back year about a year ago.
The chief deputy auditor was fired after court documents say she used county-issued credit cards to purchase items like liquor and lingerie.
The inmate was serving a 14-day sentence for drunk driving. He died of natural causes from alcohol withdrawal.
The 11th-ranked (American Volleyball Coaches Association) IPFW men’s volleyball team earned a nail biting sweep at Harvard, finishing 28-26, 28-26, 31-29. The Mastodons improved to 5-2, while the Crimson fell to 1-3, with each of their losses coming against ranked opponents.
In front of a Gates Athletic Center-capacity crowd of 1,823, the Mastodons put six players into double-figure scoring, led by 16 points from Max Landis and near-double-double efforts from Mo Evans and Steve Forbes in a 77-71 win over North Dakota State on Saturday evening.
The IPFW women’s basketball team was unable to hang on to a six-point halftime lead as the Mastodons fell to Denver, 82-75. The loss puts IPFW’s record at 7-13 on the season and 1-6 in Summit League play.
The Rio Grande Valley Vipers (12-13) fell 128-123 to the Fort Wayne Mad Ants (17-11) tonight at State Farm Arena. The two teams split the back-to-back series. RGV won 118-112 Friday night.
After a high scoring affair on Friday night, the Wheeling Nailers and Fort Wayne Komets took more of a defensive approach on Saturday. That style proved to be especially successful for the visiting Komets, who skated away with the 4-1 victory in front of the third largest crowd of the season at WesBanco Arena, at 3,974.
Hundreds of people packed Angel Park in Bluffton Saturday night to honor the life of three-year-old Owen Collins.
With the next winter blast here, stay up-to-date with a link to check driving conditions or power outages in your area.
It has been announced that IPFW women’s basketball player Haley Seibert was selected as one of 30 candidates for the 2014-15 Senior CLASS Award® for exceling both on and off the court. To be eligible for the award, a student-athlete must be classified as an NCAA Division I senior and have notable achievements in four areas of excellence: community, classroom, character and competition.