Today, according to Indiana State Police Detective Jeff Boyd, “America’s Most Wanted” has posted a LaGrange County fugitive on their website and is asking the public for their help in locating this man who is wanted in both Indiana and Michigan.
“We are so appreciative of the great response and involvement of people in the community who canoed, kayaked or boated on the rivers, looking for ducks,” said Rachel Tobin-Smith, SCAN executive director.
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Fort Wayne potties are currently No. 4, and voting ends Aug. 31. You can vote here.
Investment professionals who violate the rule could face a $10,000 fine and potentially have their professional licensed suspended or revoked.
The monies are designated for Questa Scholars who pursue undergraduate studies in the high tech fields of advanced manufacturing, computer science, engineering, information technology and informatics at northeast Indiana colleges and universities.
The American Red Cross blood drive scheduled for Thursday, July 29, at Youth in Christ has been canceled.
The history of the new nature preserve’s name dates back to 1809, when the Treaty of Fort Wayne was negotiated between William Henry Harrison, then governor of the Indiana Territory, and Little Turtle, a Miami chief.
Of special note this year are the school hours and school calendar information on pages 2 and 3, which contain details of the new school hours and the weekly Wednesday delay days.
The company's tax abatement request will be introduced at the July 27 New Haven City Council meeting.
Written statement issued Tuesday morning: Sergeant Ron Galaviz, Indiana State Police Public Information Officer, released information related to the traffic stop shooting.
In order to qualify for these retroactive benefits, Hoosiers will need to complete their weekly vouchers through Indiana’s online filing system.
This statement from Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry comments on Sen. Dick Lugar's report on refugee relocation issues:
2010 is a record breaking year for the Open Class exhibit at the Allen County Fair sponsored by the Allen County Extension Homemakers.
Written statement issued Tuesday morning: The Indiana Economic Development Corporation, released information related to the expansion of two Steuben County manufacturers.
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Basic health and safety tips ensure everyone enjoys their time at the local county fair and other local festivals and carnivals part of Indiana summertime tradition.
Written statement issued Friday morning: Sheriff Leroy W. Striker, Wabash County Sheriff's Department, released information related to the fatal Old State Road 15 single-vehicle crash.
One ticket sold at Siri Clark gas station at 1011 Broadway in Fort Wayne is worth $1 million.
Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller was in Fort Wayne today to shine the spotlight on illegal credit repair offers.
The three-vehicle crash occurred late this morning south of Garrett.
The focal point is Eagle Marsh, a 705-acre restored wetland near Fort Wayne that DNR staff identified as a possible pathway for Asian carp passage under certain flood conditions. The marsh is just north of Fox Island County Park near the intersection of Interstate 69 and U.S. 24.
The Fort Wayne-Allen County Airport Authority (FWACAA) received a grant in the amount of $4,477,498 for the entire Northwest Perimeter Road project.
"I was stunned late last week to read that a member of Fort Wayne’s City Council believes that we as a community should simply throw in the towel on the nearly 1,100 quality, well-paying jobs currently at Navistar in Fort Wayne."
"Kosciusko County authorities have located the body of a female in a bean field south of Leesburg that is possibly that of the missing 19 year old from Warsaw."
Registration for the 2010-11 school year will be held Friday, Aug. 6, and Monday, Aug. 9, simultaneously at all 49 Fort Wayne Community Schools elementary, middle and high schools.
"Allen County Right to Life was saddened to learn of the violent threats made against Dr. George Klopfer."
The Indiana 2010 harvest was the highest it’s been since spring turkey hunting began in 1970, with estimated hunter success rate of approximately 22 percent.
The Indiana Department of Revenue will begin mailing more than 80,000 tax bills to individuals tomorrow. These tax bills are for Hoosiers who owe individual income tax from the past filing season but have not yet paid their tax bills.
According to Kroger District Manager Tim Livingston, “I am very proud of Lauren for her successful reusable bag design and so are her fellow associates at the Scott’s store on North Clinton."
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Vehicles found parked in these areas will be subject to ticket and tow.
Saratoga Potato Chips, LLC announced today that it will locate a facility at 6923 Lincoln Parkway in Allen County. The company, which produces traditional potato chips, kettle chips and popcorn, will bring 175 new jobs to the area and invest more than $4.9 million.
The Judicial Nominating Commission named nine applicants as semi-finalists for the upcoming vacancy on the Indiana Supreme Court.
Mechanical problems cited; some classes canceled.
"Water and shade: If dogs must be left outside, they should be supplied with ample water and shade, and the shifting sun needs to be taken into account."
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“Downtown Showdown” will feature Travis Tritt, Clay Walker, Emily West, Corey Smith, Brantley Gilbert, Jason Sturgeon and Blackberry Smoke, hosted by Cowboy Troy.
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If you have a ceiling-mounted fan, you can raise your thermostat by as much as 4 degrees when you are home without noticing a difference in temperature.
"We all are excited for the Fort Wayne campus and the role it will continue to play in providing graduates for local employers.”
Parkview Field’s concourse, normally open to the public from 7:00am to dusk, will be closed on Wednesday,
The level of ozone in Fort Wayne and Allen County has been forecast to be Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups on Wednesday, July 7, 2010.
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“Hoosier families, businesses and farms have had to do some serious belt-tightening during this economic downturn, and we must do the same."
Written statement issued Tuesday afternoon by Natalie Eggeman, Parks and Recreation Department Public Information Officer:
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The festival is July 9-17 in Fort Wayne. Most events are taking place Headwaters Park, although others are downtown and at IPFW.
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Recent reports and discussions lack clarity regarding a potential connection between the Wabash and Maumee River basins and the potential for movement of Asian Carp from the Wabash watershed to the Maumee/Great Lakes watershed.
Schedule and rules for the public and press on the interview and nominating process for the state's high court.
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"Ideally, kids should never play with or operate fireworks. When that isn’t possible, adult supervision is a must.”
Broken Oak Road and Still Hollow Run were hit overnight.
Police agencies throughout the Midwest will be conducting a multi-state, multi-jurisdictional crackdown on impaired driving on Friday night.
The public is invited to vote online for the nation's best bathroom, including one in Fort Wayne.
The Judicial Nominating Commission received thirty-four applications, the highest number in 25 years.