The Fort Wayne man was spraying for weeds near a culvert on private property when he lost control of an off-road vehicle he was riding on.
Nearly 340 workers lost their jobs July 20 at Carrier’s Indianapolis gas furnace factory, and 290 more will be let go by Dec. 22 as the company moves some production to Mexico.
Thousands of kids participate in Fort Wayne Community School’s summer lunch program. With back to school right around the corner, summer meal programs are wrapping up. And just like every year, more and more people were enrolled.
Christopher Aaron Davidsen was arrested Tuesday at his rural Columbia City home following a four-month long investigation.
The Republican congressman previously formed a finance committee and was widely anticipated to run. But he waited until Wednesday morning to announce the bid on Twitter.
Electronics giant Foxconn will build a $10 billion factory in Wisconsin that’s expected to initially create 3,000 jobs, the largest economic development project in state history.
Prosecutors have filed criminal charges against a California teen who livestreamed a car accident on Instagram that killed her younger sister.
Atlanta-based Coca-Cola Co. says Coke Zero Sugar will start hitting shelves in August.
Police have said the slayings occurred during a drug-related robbery. The boy’s father is acting as his attorney
The 51-year-old congressman was shot in the hip June 14 when a man opened fire on a Republican baseball practice in nearby Alexandria, Virginia.
Three people were arrested and nearly 20 pounds of pot, eight pounds of pot butter and pot-laced cookies were confiscated on Monday following the tip from police in Illinois.
Ohio has put to death a child killer in the state’s first execution in more than three years following a prolonged search for lethal drugs.
The motorcyclist was headed southbound on S.R. 9 when a semi pulled onto the roadway. He swerved to miss hitting the semi and laid the bike on its side.
Ford Motor Co. had a better-than-expected second quarter despite lower sales and upheaval in its executive ranks.
The company said Wednesday that it’s looking to fill more than 50,000 positions across the U.S.
In a series of morning tweets, President Donald Trump wrote that transgender people will be prohibited from serving “in any capacity” due to “the tremendous medical costs and disruption.”
The dog named Mojo died from heat stroke after being left in the deputy’s squad car on July 6 after the two had completed their shift.
Rhoades hurled a chair that hit a prosecutor on the leg and threw other chairs in an outburst that was recorded on surveillance video .
The Indianapolis Business Journal and The Indianapolis Star report the court on Friday ruled against Monarch Beverage Co.’s affiliate Spirited Sales LLC.
AquaBounty Technologies bought the Bell Aquaculture facility near the Delaware County town of Albany for $14 million.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources announced this week that the grants will help pay for training and gear. The money will also go toward the installation of piping that enables firefighters to tap into natural waterways in areas without water service.
The Indiana State Department of Health told the Planned Parenthood Clinic in Merrillville that it’s prohibited from providing abortions after a doctor’s affiliation with the clinic ended July 13.
Raymond Richmond of South Bend pleaded guilty Tuesday to second-degree murder in the death of 25-year-old Robert Stasiak. Richmond, who was 18 at the time of Stasiak’s death, is scheduled to be sentenced to 12 to 18 years in prison on Sept. 15.