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State board votes to close local bar

The Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission on Tuesday voted unanimously to shut down a Fort Wayne bar plagued with crimi ...

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Red Cross urgently needs blood

The American Red Cross said today it is in desperate need of blood and is facing a looming shortage.

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More fights ahead on Planned Parenthood

The Center for Medical Progress, an anti-abortion group, released its fifth video Tuesday in which people posing as purc ...

Scam tips for seniors

America has 160 million people who invest in stocks, and every year they lose $40 billion to investment fraud, Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson said Tuesday.

State fair focuses on farmers

This year the focus of the Indiana State Fair won't be on crops and cattle but the men and women behind the industry - the farmers.

Section of Lafayette reopens after water-main break

The water main break on Lafayette Street between Glencoe and Congress avenues has been repaired and all lanes are open, the city of Fort Wayne said tonight.

Surack named Red Coat recipient

Chuck Surack, the founder, president and CEO of Fort Wayne-based Sweetwater Sound, will receive the Mad Anthonys' Red Coat as Hoosier Celebrity of the Year.

State lags in diagnosing developmental disorders

Indiana diagnoses developmental disorders in children more than two years later than the national average, a group dedicated to the health and welfare of Allen County children found.  More than ...

Suspect faces federal gun charge

Around 5:30 a.m. July 15, Fort Wayne police responded to a domestic disturbance in the 2900 block of Cutter Cove. When officers arrived, they were told a man was inside along with a woman and two chi ...

Permanent traffic change for Hamilton Avenue section

Traffic on Hamilton Avenue between Hanna and Oliver streets will permanently become one-way eastbound, effective Friday, the city of Fort Wayne said today.

Wyss to help Young's Senate campaign

Rep. Todd Young, R-9th, announced Tuesday the formation of a 25-member steering committee to advise his campaign, including former state senator Tom Wyss of Fort Wayne.

Drone dropped drugs in Ohio prison yard

MANSFIELD, Ohio -- A drone dropped a package of drugs into a prison yard while inmates were outside, sparking a fight, prison officials said.

School chief cuts pay to help fund social worker

LOOGOOTEE, Ind. -- A southwest Indiana school superintendent has voluntarily cut her salary for the next two school years.

New state law aims to inform Indiana students of loan debt

A new law in Indiana mandates public universities to inform students in an email or letter every year about how much they owe in students loans.

Water dropping in storm-filled northern Indiana reservoirs

Officials are slowly lowering three reservoirs that flow into the Wabash River in northern Indiana after they filled to near capacity during this summer's heavy rains.

Night time lane restrictions for portion of I-69

Bridge work over in DeKalb County will have lane restrictions on Interstate 69 beginning Monday.

State board votes to close local bar

The Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission on Tuesday voted unanimously to shut down a Fort Wayne bar plagued with criminal activity in recent years.

Police: Man killed in Muncie standoff aimed gun at officers

Police say a man who barricaded himself in a garage in a standoff with Muncie police set the structure on fire before jumping from its second-story window and being fatally shot.

Majority of Indiana teens not getting HPV vaccinations

New data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show the HPV vaccination rates for boys and girls ages 13 to 17 in Indiana remain below the national averages.

Sherman Speedway robbed

A man armed with a knife robbed the Speedway gas station early this morning.

Ohio jury orders $1.3m verdict in diesel spill lawsuit

A jury has awarded than $1.3 million in damages to a couple whose southern Ohio farmhouse was made inhabitable.

Pence says he will fight new EPA emissions rules in court

Republican Gov. Mike Pence says that he plans to legally challenge President Barack Obama's newly announced power plant emissions requirements.

Gov. Pence considers using surplus to pay off federal loan

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence is deciding whether to use about $250 million of the state's surplus to provide relief to local businesses.

Man shot in Muncie police standoff dies at hospital

Authorities say a man shot during a standoff with Muncie police has died.

City adding 15 to firefighters' stable

The Fort Wayne Fire Department is hiring 15 new firefighters.

City starts to revoke permit of cab firm

Fort Wayne's largest taxi company could have its permit revoked next month.

Animals in spotlight, but friends rule fair auction

Grant Hood, 18, who has spent 10 summers competing, showed a little goat with shiny black fur.

'Lot of good work going on' at VA

State and local officials for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs said the agency and its services have improved in the past year.

More fights ahead on Planned Parenthood

The Center for Medical Progress, an anti-abortion group, released its fifth video Tuesday in which people posing as purchasers of fetal tissue for researchers question a Planned Parenthood official.

Copyright under the hood

You were loyal. You were prompt. You never missed a monthly payment. And now the vehicle you proudly drove off the new car lot several years ago is finally yours since you dont owe anybody a dime for ...

SUVs, luxury sales sizzle

More Americans are buying cars that say look at me.

Body of evidence

Putting cameras on the dashboards of police cars has helped good officers do their jobs and provided a check on those who act less professionally. The ubiquity of citizens cellphone videos has done th ...