There was an outage Saturday that affected some- but not all- of the mall’s stores.
Jordyn Lexton founded the nonprofit Drive Change, which uses the food truck to teach the formerly incarcerated cooking, hospitality, money management and even emotional development to prepare them for re-entry into the job market.
The guns were sold to former police officers, reserve police officers and the public.
The artifacts will go to the Smithsonian’s new African American History and Culture museum, which is set to open in 2016.
Dual credit courses were taken by more than 65,000 Indiana students last school year. It’s not clear how that number will change in the future.
The plan is to turn the 950,000-square-foot building and a pair of adjacent two-story buildings into a place for high-technology businesses, manufacturing, offices, condominiums, stores and restaurants.
“The last few years have shone a bright light on the systemic effects of racism and injustice,” she said.
Check out some of the top breeds in the US as they compete at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum this weekend.
Halloween is the day made just for candy. However, if you want satisfy your sweet tooth another way, a local chef has some ideas for some sweet treats.
Roads destroyed, bridges flooded over, these are just some of the images in this photo gallery.
Fort Wayne Escape Room has two different interactive scenarios where contestants must piece together clues and solve elaborate puzzles to make it out as a team before the clock runs out.
The parents admitted to locking the 8-year-old, whom they believed to be autistic, in his room and letting him out every couple of hours, court documents said.