Several residents around Fort Wayne have extravagant Christmas light displays, and it takes a lot of time and money to put lose displays up. One Fort Wayne family has been participating
Several residents around Fort Wayne have extravagant Christmas light displays, and it takes a lot of time and money to put lose displays up. One Fort Wayne family has been participating in the fun for more than 20-years, but this year someone tried to take that all away.
“He killed her, I want his head.” – Family says justice wasn’t served in the rape and murder of April Tinsley
Family of April Tinsley spoke out Friday after they sat in the court room as John D. Miller admitted to abducting and raping April Tinsley. The family feels strongly that justice wasn’t served, even though Miller will likely spend the rest of his life behind bars.
DNA evidence and new technology lead to a breakthrough in one of Fort Wayne’s most notorious cold cases.
The man tasked with putting April Tinsley’s killer behind bars when she was kidnapped 30 years ago says his thoughts are with her mother.
22 guns in all, that’s over $8,000 dollars worth of steel. Police are still looking for the two men responsible, if you know anything you’re asked to call crime stoppers at 260-436-7867.
The property that Taco Bell, King Gyros and the Rally’s restaurants that sit along West Jefferson Boulevard will soon have a new owner.
The volunteer chief of the Poe Fire Department is facing domestic battery charges.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) — Flagstar CEO Alessandro DiNello came to Fort Wayne Tuesday to address customer frustrations over what has been a
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) — Fort Wayne police are investigating the city’s latest shooting. Officers tell us it happened just before 8:30 Tuesday night
Greater Fort Wayne Crime Stoppers is looking for help finding these wanted persons.
People with by autism can’t always enjoy the holiday season to the fullest, but a local organization is teaming up with Glenbrook Square Mall to change that.
A large crowd gathered outside the Firefighter’s Museum on W. Washington Boulevard Sunday afternoon when they spotted a portly man stuck on top of the building.
Fort Wayne businessman Tom Kelley formed a friendship he’ll never forget though a shared passion: golf.
The leader of the Indiana Air Guard shared a holiday message to the members of the 122nd Fighter Wing on Saturday.