As part of the man’s sentence he will have to repay the more than $12,000 in unemployment benefits he collected.
Volunteers started decorating Fort Wayne with 12,000 ribbons for its annual ‘Turn the Town Pink’ campaign.
A flight attendants union had argued that such devices can distract passengers from safety announcements and become dangerous projectiles.
Police believe the woman was speeding down an off-ramp, during which her SUV rolled over several times.
Southbound lanes at the 296 mile marker were closed for a few hours while crews worked to remove a semi from the interstate.
Stephen Howells and girlfriend Nicole Vaisey were charged last year by federal prosecutors with sexually exploiting the Amish girls and four other children.
Until Friday, South Dakota was the only state still awaiting a visit from President Barack Obama.
The plane went down in the Spokane River late Thursday afternoon. Spokane Valley Fire Deputy Chief Andy Hail said the men were under water for about 30 minutes before sheriff’s divers pulled them from the cold water at about 4:45 p.m.
Blue Bell Creameries knew there was listeria in one of the company’s plants as far back as March 2013, according to a government investigation.
When Cedar Point opens for the 2015 season on Saturday, May 9, visitors will be able to ride the park’s newest coaster called Rougarou. The video shows you what the ride is like.
More than 600 people filled a church in northern New Jersey to pay final respects and celebrate the life of singer Ben E. King.
The 2015 Super Bowl MVP is waiting to find out if the NFL will discipline him with a fine, a suspension or both.
The Ohio Attorney General’s Office says it certified Thursday that the group Better for Ohio provided a fair and truthful summary of the proposal and had the 1,000 required signatures.
Police were called to Marco’s Pizza on the city’s northeast side shortly before midnight Thursday.
The TinCaps blasted six extra-base hits on Thursday – including two solo home runs from Michael Gettys and Franchy Cordero – but fell to the Lansing Lugnuts, 8-5, at Parkview Field.
Jake Elmore had an RBI single, and both Tim Beckham and Kevin Kiermaier (Bishop Luers High School) had run-scoring grounders off Martinez to get the Rays within 5-3 in the fifth.
For the second game in a row overtime was kind to the Komets, as James Martin’s OT goal earned Fort Wayne a 2-1 win in game four of the North Division Finals and knotted the series at two games apiece.
The Fort Wayne Mad Ants will be represented by Matt Bouldin and Travis Hyman in the Sixth Annual NBA Development League Elite Mini Camp May 11th and 12th in Chicago.
The 2015 season came to a close for the IPFW softball team as the Mastodons fell to IUPUI in the opening round of the Summit League Championship 13-0.