After 72 games the Komets are ready for the playoffs and The News-Sentinel’s Blake Sebring and WANE-TV’s Glenn Marini break down Fort Wayne’s first round series against Cincinnati in this week’s edition of “Inside The Zone.”
Back in March, a man who reportedly fired at a person in an AutoZone, and later at officers, was shot and killed when trying to run from police.
Every year dozens of crashes occur in work zones across the Indiana according to Indiana State Police and as part of National Work Zone Awareness Week, enforcement efforts will be ramped up this week.
It will cost you $500 to ride in the first row of the amusement park’s latest ride, Valravn.
Indiana has among the lowest life expediencies for the poorest men and women in the country at less than 78 years.
Indiana University men’s basketball player Troy Williams will put his name in for this year’s NBA Draft but leaves open the possibility of returning for his final season of eligibility.
Recent discoveries about how destructive Zika appears to be to fetal brains were cited, along with reports of rare neurologic problems in adults, too.
The Allen County Sheriff’s Department responded to First Source Bank early Monday morning.
Shelton sued in October over the headline and an accompanying story that included several anecdotes of the country music star’s supposed drunken antics.
A park spokesman says a popular sand dune along Lake Michigan will remain closed this summer as scientists work to determine why a 6-year-old boy was nearly buried alive in 2013.
Becky Blades wrote her oldest daughter a letter after she left home for college offering all the advice and words of wisdom she wished she had dispensed beforehand.
Knight notes that no particular religion is considered more important than others in the faith-based unit.
Martin County Sheriff William Snyder says Robert Stewart was taken to a hospital Monday after he was able to reach shore.
East Noble outfitted one of its buses with a camera to capture drivers who ignore stop arms. It has led to at least one prosecution already.
Elementary school students planted pinwheel gardens Monday to serve as a reminder about preventing child abuse.
Continental Structural Plastics announced the expansion plans two months after UTEC announced it was moving 700 jobs to Mexico.
Prices at the pump for the months of January, February and March were the lowest nationally since 2004 and despite recent price hikes, they’re still 36 cents cheaper than a year ago.
The Bible was the sixth most objected book at public schools and libraries. John Green’s “Looking for Alaska” was No. 1, followed by E L James’ “Fifty Shades of Grey.”
Security footage from March 18 shows a man putting food on the grill after breaking into a Five Guys restaurant.