All are charged with engaging in organized criminal activity, meaning they’re accused of being part of a criminal group responsible for the May 2015 shootout that killed nine and injured 20 people.
Korrie Griggs will head to Angola to continue his football career at the receiver signed with Trine University on Wednesday afternoon.
Governor Mike Pence says he’s considering arguments from both sides in the debate over a contentious bill that would ban abortions because the fetus has a genetic abnormality such as Down syndrome.
The conference announced the addition Wednesday, giving the fledgling league seven teams.
Columbia City’s Parker Hazen, Warsaw’s Kyle Mangas, North Side’s Jalen Butz named to North group.
Bun Box Inc. recycling recovery and solid waste processing facility is open at 6301 Ardmore Ave.
An Indian tribe that wants to build a village and casino in South Bend has reached agreements with the city to help pay for needed infrastructure improvements and payments it will make in lieu of property taxes.
A day after bombs ripped through Brussels, President Barack Obama declared Wednesday that fighting the Islamic State is his “No. 1 priority” and blasted Republican calls for surveillance of Muslim neighborhoods.
The pizzeria at 1019 E. Coliseum Blvd. announced the closure on its Facebook page.
Stanley Ray Osborne, 34, was initially wanted for failing to register as a sex offender in Allen County. Now he’s accused of four armed robberies in four states.
The USS Conestoga departed San Francisco Bay for Pearl Harbor in March 1921. But the boat never made it to Hawaii, and her 56-man crew was declared lost.
The council slashed the clerk’s budget by 75 percent in the wake of an electioneering scandal within the office last year.
Pence signed the measures Wednesday during a ceremony in Fort Wayne at the Allen County Courthouse.
The northern Indiana city has banned motorists from using their cellphones in school zones when pedestrians are present or school events are under way.
An investigation found the Sigma Phi Epsilon chapter violated several Interfraternity Council and university policies and also wasn’t compliant with a four-year probation that began in 2013 following incidents involving illegal drugs.
Authorities have not identified the suspect, but Belgian newspaper DH reported that he might be Najim Laachraoui, whom Belgian authorities have been searching for since last week.
Police found multiple illegal drugs inside the car during a traffic stop north of Shipshewana.
The victories kept Clinton and Trump from dominating another election night, but they both maintained a comfortable lead in the race for delegates that decide the presidential nominations.
The Komets announced today that forward David Friedmann has penned an amateur tryout agreement and been added to the Fort Wayne roster.