The eruption wreaked havoc across the Northwest as it spewed 900,000 tons of hot ash over Washington state and resulted in the deaths of 57 people.
Fort Wayne police are investigating a report of an armed robbery at the Partners 1st Federal Credit Union located at 6210 West Jefferson Boulevard near the Getz Road intersection.
The 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens is considered one of the most catastrophic volcanic events in the contiguous United States.
Tuesday’s primary in Kentucky was too close to call with Clinton leading Sanders by less than one-half of 1 percent.
A neighbor called 911 after seeing smoke coming from the back of a house at 610 Bradfield Drive.
Customers voiced their opinions during a meeting Tuesday evening. If approved, customers would see a significant increase in their bills.
Steve Teders will replace outgoing superintendent Dr. Sherry Grate July 1.
IPFW has beaten Purdue twice this season.
Brad Zunica drove in all four runs in a 4-3 TinCaps win over the Lansing Lugnuts at Parkview Field on Tuesday night.
The Northrop girls won the 25th sectional title in program history as the Bruins topped the field at Spuller Stadium on Tuesday.
Former Indiana University basketball player and assistant coach Dan Dakich was the headliner Tuesday night at the Grand Wayne Center as Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Indiana hosted its 43rd annual gourmet dinner.
We are proud to honor the Bishop Luers girls tennis team as your Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
He guided the Eagles to the best season in program history in 2014-15, as Busco finished 22-4 and won the NECC title.
A six-foot-six post player, Hill helped the Redskins finish 18-7 last season.
There isn’t just one word to describe how the past year has been for 12-year-old Karsten Courtney.
Ball State has extended the contract of men’s basketball coach James Whitford through the 2020-21 season, director of intercollegiate athletics Mark Sandy announced.
Federal investigators believe the electronic components sold on eBay by the Fort Wayne couple had been stolen from a manufacturing plant in Huntington where one of them had worked for 15 years.
A man who said he had been exposed to anthrax put some of the alleged poison into a pickup truck and drove onto the grass at the National Mall Tuesday.
Fort Wayne Police interfered with the plan after they found the suspect and his young victim in heavy makeup in a car “confused with her surroundings.”