Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the Dash-In has been a Fort Wayne favorite for more than two decades. Whether you work downtown, or you’re just passing through, the restaurant’s
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) — Fort Wayne police made an arrest early Friday evening in the July, 2018 murder of a 19-year-old Fort
Several Fort Wayne Community School parents and drivers have come forward, questioning whether kids and drivers are safe on the school bus.
“Stay out of our neighborhood” – residents speak out after rash of break-ins in the Southwood Park neighborhood
A string of break-ins in the Southwood Park neighborhood. The neighborhood has been hit four times since the beginning of this month.
Odds are if driven around Fort Wayne this year, you’ve run into some sort of road construction. Mayor Tom Henry says the city has seen a record amount of infrastructure investment this year to the tune of $30 million.
The new Chick-fil-A location in the Glenbrook Mall parking lot is set to open soon, and the franchise is looking to hire more than a 100 team members.
A few generous donors paid off school lunch debts at two elementary schools in Dekalb County. Tuesday, Wells Fargo Advisors in Fort Wayne paid for lunch debt for every elementary student at Country Meadow Elementary, but they aren’t the first to do this.
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.
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.