• Overnight fire leaves one hurt

    Overnight fire leaves one hurt
    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – A fire overnight leaves one occupant hurt.
    The Fort Wayne Fire Department responded to a call of a residential fire at 3100 block of Plaza Dr. around 3:13 a.m.
    The fire started in the kitchen in the back of the house. All occupants self evacuated. Officials say one occupant suffered slight burns on their hand.
    Officials say this was an accidental fire.
  • Man leaves scene of crash and shoots himself; other driver hurt in crash

    Man leaves scene of crash and shoots himself; other driver hurt in crash
    HUNTERTOWN, Ind. (WANE) — The Allen County Sheriff’s department says a man shot himself after leaving the scene of a crash that injured one other person.Officers were initially dispatched to the scene of State Road 3 and Cedar Canyons Road around 5:30 p.m. Wednesday on reports of the crash.While going to the crash, they were advised that one of the drivers was leaving the scene. Shortly after, a witness told officers the male driver the left, stopped and exited his vehicle and then s
  • As statues come down, one to go up in Avilla

    As statues come down, one to go up in Avilla
    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) — A new sculpture is in the works in Northeast Indiana, which seems to go against the national trend.The design honors police, fire, EMS and front line workers.A hint of what the finished project will look like. WANE 15 got a behind the scenes look at the artwork being prepared in Kendallville.Local attorney Seth Tipton worked with business across Northeast Indiana, including Kammerer Welding Services, to put this together.They say the project has been a year i
  • Allen County sheriff denies lawsuit allegations, says TRF incident ‘reasonable’

    Allen County sheriff denies lawsuit allegations, says TRF incident ‘reasonable’
    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) — Allen County Sheriff David Gladiuex has responded to a lawsuit filed against him in U.S. District Court for pushing a 15-year-old boy at the Three Rivers Festival last summer.
    It was July 2019 when Gladieux had an altercation with a teenage boy at the Three Rivers Festival. Gladieux was in a private area when the boy asked to see his VIP badge. The sheriff told the boy “I am the ******* sheriff, move out of the way,” and shoved him.Afterward, Gladieux
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  • Indiana asks residents to wear masks, launches social media initiative

    Indiana asks residents to wear masks, launches social media initiative
    INDIANAPOLIS (WANE) — Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb and state health officials have encouraged Hoosiers to wear masks to stop the spread of the coronavirus.Holcomb made the plea during his now-weekly coronavirus response briefing from Indianapolis on Wednesday. He announced a “MaskUpHoosiers initiative aimed at persuading more widespread use of face coverings.“The steps that Hoosiers take every time they are around others, be it friends, co-workers, family or strangers, have a dire
  • Fort Wayne’s 4th of July fireworks show postponed

    Fort Wayne’s 4th of July fireworks show postponed
    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) The City of Fort Wayne announced Wednesday afternoon that the 4th of July fireworks display scheduled for 10 p.m. that day has been postponed.
    The news came shortly after Governor Eric Holcomb announced Indiana would not move forward to Stage 5 of the Back on Track Indiana plan and instead would move to Stage 4.5.
    In a news release, the city said two factors led to the decision:Local leaders have been made aware of other gatherings and possible demonstrations scheduled fo
  • Changes made to Back on Track plan as key COVID-19 numbers increase

    Changes made to Back on Track plan as key COVID-19 numbers increase
    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) –A change has been made in Indiana’s Back on Track plan as COVID-19 positivity rate and hospitalization numbers have risen slightly. Governor Eric Holcomb announced Wednesday that capacity limits for indoor businesses will not move forward as planned in Stage 5.
    “We are managing our way through this,” Governor Eric Holcomb said while addressing an uptick in numbers and sharing concerns about numbers in surrounding states. “Indiana is largely
  • Woman hit by vehicle while pushing infant in stroller

    Woman hit by vehicle while pushing infant in stroller
    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) Officers are investigating a crash that left a woman hurt after she was hit by a car while pushing a baby in a stroller on the side of a street.Police were called to the intersection of Reynolds Street and Coliseum Blvd. around 1:30 p.m. Wednesday.
    Once they arrived they found a woman hurt and the car’s windshield damaged.Investigators told WANE 15 that a driver in a black Buick was heading north on Coliseum Blvd when he hit a woman along the curb while she was push
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  • Woman hit by a vehicle while pushing an infant in stroller on the side of a street

    Woman hit by a vehicle while pushing an infant in stroller on the side of a street
    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) Officers are investigating a crash that left a woman hurt after she was hit by a car while pushing a baby in a stroller on the side of a street.Police were called to the intersection of Reynolds Street and Coliseum Blvd. around 1:30 p.m. Wednesday.
    Once they arrived they found a woman hurt and the car’s windshield damaged.Investigators told WANE 15 that a driver in a Black Buick was heading northbound on Coliseum Blvd when he hit a woman along the curb while she was
  • Veterans National Memorial Shrine and Museum seeks donations to erect replica Vietnam Wall

    Veterans National Memorial Shrine and Museum seeks donations to erect replica Vietnam Wall
    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – The Veterans National Memorial Shrine and Museum is seeking funds to erect a permanent Vietnam Memorial on its O’Day Road grounds. The organization already purchased the 360-foot replica of the Vietnam Wall, but much more work needs to be done to get it erected.“I’ve got several friends of mine that were involved in that war and did not make it back… you cannot let these names be forgotten, because if you do, they are no longer going to re
  • Fireworks complaints down in Fort Wayne despite spike in sales

    Fireworks complaints down in Fort Wayne despite spike in sales
    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) — Fireworks sales are reported to be on the rise locally and across the nation. While sales are on the increase, the Fort Wayne Police Department reports that fireworks complaints are down, when compared to last year.
    In 2019, there were 127 fireworks complaints to the Fort Wayne Police Department from June 1 through June 30. This year, there were only 81 complaints during that same period, which is a 36 percent decrease since last year.
    Other cities across the stat
  • $445,000 worth of grants given to Fort Wayne nonprofits

    $445,000 worth of grants given to Fort Wayne nonprofits
    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry announced Wednesday that the city will be investing almost $445,000 into 17 area nonprofit programs.The money comes from federal Community Development Block Grants (CDBG) and Emergency Solutions Grants (ESG). The funds will help low and moderate-income residents with shelter, employment skills, domestic violence support and youth development.The 2020 total is more than the usual yearly grant allocations due to the coronavirus pandemic. T
  • Indiana adds 371 new virus cases; death toll up by 8

    Indiana adds 371 new virus cases; death toll up by 8
    The following are daily reports released by the Indiana State Department of Health, presented verbatim:WEDNESDAY, July 1The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) today announced that 371 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at ISDH, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and private laboratories. That brings to 45,952 the total number of Indiana residents known to have the novel coronavirus following corrections to the previous day’s total
  • Trump: I’ll veto defense bill to keep Confederate base names

    Trump: I’ll veto defense bill to keep Confederate base names
    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump is vowing to veto a massive defense bill to keep military bases such as Fort Bragg named after Confederate officers, swimming against sentiment in his own party and imperiling a 3% pay raise for the troops.Trump took to Twitter late Tuesday to threaten a veto of a $741 billion annual Pentagon authorization bill because it would require a host of military bases named after Confederate figures to be renamed within three years.Trump rival Sen. Elizabet
  • Allen County tops 2,700 virus cases; death toll climbs to 110

    Allen County tops 2,700 virus cases; death toll climbs to 110
    The following are updates from the Allen County Department of Health:WEDNESDAY, July 1Another Allen County resident has died from COVID-19 and 26 have tested positive, bringing the total to 2,705 cases and 110 deaths Wednesday.Updates to positive cases and deaths in Allen County are found at the top of the Department’s COVID-19 webpage at www.allencountyhealth.com/covid-19 and will be time-stamped to keep the public informed with the latest local data.Basic demographic information on Allen
  • Police investigate stabbing in DeKalb County, suspect in custody

    Police investigate stabbing in DeKalb County, suspect in custody
    ST. JOE, Ind. (WANE) A suspect in a stabbing incident that took place Tuesday evening in the town of St. Joe in DeKalb County is in custody. The victim was taken to a Fort Wayne hospital for treatment.The stabbing took place just after 10:30 p.m. in the 500 block of Washington Street in St. Joe according to the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Department. Officers received a report of the stabbing at 10:41 p.m. and were told the suspect had left the scene on foot.
    A K-9 officer was used to track th
  • Arrest made after man stabbed in St. Joe

    Arrest made after man stabbed in St. Joe
    ST. JOE, Ind. (WANE) — A suspect in a stabbing incident that took place Tuesday evening in the town of St. Joe in DeKalb County is in custody. The victim was taken to a Fort Wayne hospital for treatment.Leslie J. SwindellThe stabbing took place just after 10:30 p.m. in the 500 block of Washington Street in St. Joe according to the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Department. Officers received a report of the stabbing at 10:41 p.m. and were told the suspect had left the scene on foot.
    A K-9 of
  • Motorcyclist injured in crash with SUV

    Motorcyclist injured in crash with SUV
    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Fort Wayne police are investigating a crash that left a man with life-threatening injuries.It happened shortly before 8:00 Tuesday night, in the 1300 block of West Washington Center Road.When officers arrived, they found the man lying on the ground by a motorcycle. He had multiple injuries which were initially listed as non-life threatening.Medics took the victim to a hospital, where doctors downgraded his condition to life-threatening.According to the initial inv
  • TinCaps organization reacts to Minor League Baseball season cancellation

    TinCaps organization reacts to Minor League Baseball season cancellation
    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Minor League Baseball announced on Tuesday that there won’t be a 2020 season for its 160 teams, including the Fort Wayne TinCaps.“We were hopeful and optimistic that the TinCaps would be able to play games at Parkview Field this season, but that won’t be the case,” said TinCaps President Mike Nutter.Major League Baseball’s plan to play a 60-game 2020 season, and the logistics necessary to make the MLB season possible, has closed
  • County Council candidate: I am entering the race as a human

    County Council candidate: I am entering the race as a human
    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Emery W. McClendon has his sights set on the vacant seat for the Allen County Council, 4th District. McClendon, is a conservative, Air-Force veteran, and now a retiree.
    McClendon threw his hat in the ring for the vacant seat that was once held by Larry Brown. McClendon filed his paperwork to run for the 4th district seat Monday. “I can bring an era of fiscal responsibilities which is what Allen
  • LIST: New Indiana Laws that go into effect July 1

    LIST: New Indiana Laws that go into effect July 1
    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) — More than 100 new laws will go into effect July 1 in Indiana. The laws range from how teachers are evaluated to the age a minor can get married in Indiana.
    Here’s a handful of the most notable new laws.Distracted driving:Drivers will have to put their phones away or utilize hand-free technology while behind the wheel of a moving vehicle. This law is an amendment to the current ban of texting and driving. (House Bill 1070)Teacher evaluations:This new law remo
  • Court blocks Indiana panhandling law from starting July 1

    Court blocks Indiana panhandling law from starting July 1
    INDIANAPOLIS (WANE) — A law that would make it illegal for a person to panhandle within 50 feet of an ATM, public monument, or the entrance to a bank, business, or restaurant, has been blocked.
    U.S. District Court Chief Judge Jane Magnus-Stinson granted a preliminary injunction preventing House Enrolled Act 1022. The new law was set to go into effect on July 1.
    The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana filed a lawsuit on behalf of the ACLU and three ACLU staff members who solicit donat
  • Reports: Minor League Baseball season called off

    Reports: Minor League Baseball season called off
     ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (WANE) — Minor League Baseball will not play ball in 2020.The league was expected to official cancel its season on Tuesday, according to multiple reports. It will leave more than 260 minor league baseball teams, including the Single-A Fort Wayne TinCaps, without a year of player development.The announcement comes less than a month before Major League Baseball begins a shortened, 60-game schedule on July 23. With no minor leagues, teams will carry 60 players each,
  • Minor League Baseball season called off

    Minor League Baseball season called off
     ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (WANE) — Minor League Baseball will not play ball in 2020. The league officially canceled its season on Tuesday.In a statement, Minor League Baseball said Major League Baseball said it would not provide its affiliated teams with players for the 2020 season, which forced the cancellation of a season for the first time ever.The move leaves more than 260 minor league baseball teams, including the Single-A Fort Wayne TinCaps, without a year of player development.The
  • Ohio AG wants GM to repay $60M after it shut down car plant

    Ohio AG wants GM to repay $60M after it shut down car plant
    LORDSTOWN, Ohio (AP) — Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost says General Motors should repay $60 million in public incentives after it shut down an assembly plant near Youngstown.At issue is an economic development agreement that gave GM millions in tax breaks in exchange for a promise to keep the Lordstown plant operating at least through 2027.GM closed the plant last year then decided to build a new electric battery cell factory in the same area, but with far fewer jobs.The automaker has said
  • Free 5-year firearms, handgun licenses starting July 1

    Free 5-year firearms, handgun licenses starting July 1
    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Starting Wednesday, state and local fees will be waived for the five-year, previously four-year, ‘Qualified License’ and the ‘Unlimited License’ gun permits in Indiana with legal protections for gun owners against civil lawsuits.First authored by House Representative Jim Lucas in January of 2019, House Bill 1284 goes into full effect on July 1, 2020.The ‘Qualified License’ is for hunting and target shooting. However, it is only
  • National mask mandate could save US $1 trillion, Goldman Sachs says

    National mask mandate could save US $1 trillion, Goldman Sachs says
    (KRON) — New research from Goldman Sachs suggests a national mask mandate would prevent a 5% GDP loss resulting from more COVID-19 lockdown measures, according to Forbes.Researchers estimate the mandate would “meaningfully” increase mask usage across the country by 15% and cut the daily rise in new coronavirus cases by between 0.6% and 1%. “If a face mask mandate meaningfully lowers coronavirus infections, it could be valuable not only from a public health perspectiv
  • Andrews water restrictions lifted after tests show water is safe

    Andrews water restrictions lifted after tests show water is safe
    ANDREWS, Ind. (WANE) — Andrews residents can safely use the town’s water again.The Huntington County Homeland Security and Emergency Management office on Tuesday said that water restrictions in place for a week and a half in the town of Andrews had been lifted.“Multiple and ongoing tests by several entities, including the Indiana Department of Environmental Management, have performed water tests with results that indicate the water is safe to use for any purpose,” the off
  • 2 pets killed in Fort Wayne house fire

    2 pets killed in Fort Wayne house fire
    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) — Fire broke out at a home southwest of downtown Fort Wayne Tuesday morning, and two pets died.Fort Wayne Fire crews were called around 9:20 a.m. to a home at 1907 Hale Ave., just off Brooklyn Avenue near Taylor Street.Firefighters arrived and found smoke coming from a second floor window, and entered the home to find a small fire on the first floor, a report said. Crews were able to get the fire under control within 16 minutes.No one was home at the time of the fir
  • Indiana adds 385 new virus cases; death toll up by 16

    Indiana adds 385 new virus cases; death toll up by 16
    The following are daily reports released by the Indiana State Department of Health, presented verbatim:TUESDAY, June 30The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) today announced that 385 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at ISDH, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and private laboratories. That brings to 45,594 the total number of Indiana residents known to have the novel coronavirus following corrections to the previous day’s total.
  • Woman hurt after swerving to miss animal, rolling vehicle

    Woman hurt after swerving to miss animal, rolling vehicle
    WELLS COUNTY, Ind. (WANE) — An Andrews resident is in serious condition after her car rolled end-over-end in a crash Monday night.Wells County Sheriff’s Department reported that officers responded to a rollover crash Monday night where the vehicle caught fire.Officers report that 35-year-old Ellen Lamb of Andrews was driving eastbound on C.R. 1100 South when she swerved to miss an animal. Lamb lost control of the vehicle, which rolled end-over-end.Lamb was transported to the area hos
  • All you need to know about Indiana’s new hands-free law

    All you need to know about Indiana’s new hands-free law
    Indiana’s new hands-free law goes into effect on Wednesday. Drivers will have to put their phone away or utilize hands-free technology, or face a citation and up to a $500 fine.Indiana State Police said drivers are 400 times more likely to get into an crash if they’re using a cellphone. In the video above, the agency offers more information about the new law.
  • Hollywood entertainer Carl Reiner dies at 98

    Hollywood entertainer Carl Reiner dies at 98
    SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) – Veteran entertainer Carl Reiner has died, TMZ reports.He was 98.Reiner died on Monday night with his family by his side, according to TMZ. Reiner’s assistant, Judy Nagy, told Variety he died of natural causes.
    Reiner was a longtime comedian, actor, director, screenwriter, and publisher. He won multiple Emmy Awards, a Grammy Award, and numerous other awards.He was known for his work on “The Dick Van Dyke Show” and directed Steve Martin in &ldquo
  • Allen County adds 30 new virus cases, 2 more deaths

    Allen County adds 30 new virus cases, 2 more deaths
    The following are updates from the Allen County Department of Health:TUESDAY, June 30Another two Allen County residents have died from COVID-19 and 30 have tested positive, bringing the total to 2,679 cases and 109 deaths Tuesday.Updates to positive cases and deaths in Allen County are found at the top of the Department’s COVID-19 webpage at www.allencountyhealth.com/covid-19 and will be time-stamped to keep the public informed with the latest local data.Basic demographic information on Al
  • Columbia Street West sold, to be redeveloped as part of The Landing

    Columbia Street West sold, to be redeveloped as part of The Landing
    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) A mainstay of the downtown Fort Wayne nightlife scene for decades has been sold. Columbia Street West has been purchased by the Allen County-Fort Wayne Development Trust with assistance from the Community Foundation of Fort Wayne according to a news release issued Tuesday morning.The bar, located at 135 West Columbia Street in the area known as The Landing, has been owned for the last 34 years by John and Frank Freistroffer. They also own Henry’s on Main Street and
  • AP sources: White House aware of Russian bounties in 2019

    AP sources: White House aware of Russian bounties in 2019
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Top officials in the White House were aware in early 2019 of classified intelligence indicating Russia was secretly offering bounties to the Taliban for the deaths of Americans, a full year earlier than has been previously reported, according to U.S. officials with direct knowledge of the intelligence.The assessment was included in at least one of President Donald Trump’s written daily intelligence briefings at the time, according to the officials. Then-national sec
  • Democrats fill two House District ballot vacancies

    Democrats fill two House District ballot vacancies
    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Monday night two democratic caucuses filled two Indiana House District ballot vacancies.  The democratic ticket now has candidates for Indiana’s House District 84 and Indiana House District 52. Emma Steele is a native of Fort Wayne and is the democratic candidate for District 84. This is her first time running for a political office and she will go head to hea
  • Motorcyclist killed in Kosciusko Co. crash

    Motorcyclist killed in Kosciusko Co. crash
    KOSCIUSKO COUNTY, Ind. (WANE) – A motorcyclist was killed in a crash Monday night in Kosciusko County, on County Road 1100 West south of County Road 1200 North.According to investigators with the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Office, 26-year-old Bryce L. Hershberger of Rochester was traveling south just before 6 p.m., when the driver of a northbound Chrysler Town and Country crossed into his path while turning into a driveway.Hershberger’s Yamaha motorcycle hit the side of the min
  • Raytheon says water is ‘safe,’ Andrews says ‘audacious’

    Raytheon says water is ‘safe,’ Andrews says ‘audacious’
    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) — The back and forth between the town of Andrews and the former United Technologies continues in federal court paperwork.
    Andrews blames UTech for polluting the town’s drinking water and wants new parent company Raytheon to provide an emergency fix.
    The town has gone more than 10 days without drinking water.
    Raytheon-response-fullDownloadRaytheon tells the court there is no emergency as the Indiana Department of Environmental Management has shown the water saf
  • Woman injured in single vehicle crash in eastern DeKalb County

    Woman injured in single vehicle crash in eastern DeKalb County
    DEKALB COUNTY, Ind. (WANE) – Authorities are investigating a single vehicle crash that left a woman injured in eastern DeKalb County Sunday morning.
    Deputies responded to the crash in the 3800 block of County Road 63, about five miles southwest of Butler just before 12:30 a.m.Investigators said a vehicle was traveling southbound when it went over a set of railroad tracks and lost control. The vehicle then went into a ditch on the west side of the road, where it rolled before coming to a st
  • Couple seen pointing guns at protesters issues statement; claims actions were ‘in fear of imminent harm’

    Couple seen pointing guns at protesters issues statement; claims actions were ‘in fear of imminent harm’
    ST. LOUIS (Fox2Now) – St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner is now investigating a husband and wife who were seen in photos pointing guns at protesters outside their home along a private street in St. Louis on Sunday night.All of the property in the neighborhood is private, including the streets and sidewalks, according to Al Watkins, the couple’s attorney.Protesters were headed to St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson’s home around 7:20 p.m. on a nearby private street.Protesters alleg
  • Social media platforms face a reckoning over hate speech

    Social media platforms face a reckoning over hate speech
    For years, social media platforms have fueled political polarization and hosted an explosion of hate speech. Now, with four months until the U.S. presidential election and the country’s divisions reaching a boiling point, these companies are upping their game against bigotry and threats of violence.What’s not yet clear is whether this action is too little, too late — nor whether the pressure on these companies, including a growing advertiser boycott, will be enough to produce l
  • Northern Indiana counties take action on face masks

    Northern Indiana counties take action on face masks
    SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — Two adjacent northern Indiana counties have implemented or extended orders requiring people to wear face masks to impede the spread of the coronavirus.Elkhart County’s health officer, Dr. Lydia Mertz announced on Monday a new open-ended order beginning Tuesday at midnight requiring masks when 6-foot social distancing can’t be maintained indoors and in outdoor public areas.The South Bend Tribune reports all employees and customers in local businesses must
  • Salamonie Mills locations up for auction, Agland Grain claims hearing date announced

    Salamonie Mills locations up for auction, Agland Grain claims hearing date announced
    HUNTINGTON, Ind. (WANE) — An online auction date has been announced to sell off grain mills and land connected to Salamonie Mills.Simpson Grain, located in Huntington county, Hemp Mill, and the Railroad Facility located in Warren, and the Markle Elevator located in Markle are all on the auction block. Land located on 1000 South in Warren and a pullet barn located in Liberty Center is also being auctioned off. Each location can be purchased separately or together.
    The auction is the result
  • Judge warns of possible move of trial in George Floyd death

    Judge warns of possible move of trial in George Floyd death
    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A Minnesota judge on Monday warned that he’s likely to move the trials of four police officers charged in George Floyd’s death out of Minneapolis if public officials and attorneys don’t stop talking about the case.Hennepin County Judge Peter Cahill stopped short of issuing a gag order on attorneys, but he said one is likely if public statements continue. Cahill added that such a situation would also make him likely to grant a change-of-venue motion if o
  • Poll: Majority of Americans think US virus response ‘going badly’

    Poll: Majority of Americans think US virus response ‘going badly’
    A CBS News poll released on Sunday shows how Americans feel about wearing masks, and what they think about the US response to coronavirus. 59% of Republican respondents said they think it’s a personal choice to wear a mask in public. 76% of Democrats said it’s a public responsibility. The poll also found that 62% of Americans think the United States’ handling of coronavirus is going badly.
  • Two Landing businesses plan July opening, others under construction

    Two Landing businesses plan July opening, others under construction
    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Progress continues on The Landing in downtown Fort Wayne.Two businesses have planned to open in the historic 100 block of W. Columbia Street in July.Utopian Coffee and Kitchen is expected to open Monday, July 6.If all goes to plan, Landing Beer Company should follow suit a week or two later.
    “It’s been amazing,” Landing Beer Co-founder Brendon Maxwell told WANE 15. “It’s really an honor to be a part of what the Model Group (developer)
  • Fort Wayne investing $24 million in neighborhood improvements

    Fort Wayne investing $24 million in neighborhood improvements
    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) — Fort Wayne will invest $24 million to improve city streets, roads, alleys, sidewalks and trails.Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry, along with neighborhood leaders from the Fairfield Terrace neighborhood, members of the Fort Wayne City Council and staff members from the Public Works Division, gathered Monday to announce projects for 2020. “I’m encouraged that we’re in position to move forward with several neighborhood infrastructure improvements,&rd
  • Driver ejected after pickup goes airborne in Steuben County crash

    Driver ejected after pickup goes airborne in Steuben County crash
    STEUBEN COUNTY, Ind. (WANE) — Hudson man was airlifted to a hospital after being ejected from his pickup truck in a crash in Steuben County Sunday afternoon.On Sunday, at approximately 5:20 p.m., Indiana State Police responded to a vehicle crash on CR500W north of CR400S, near Hudson in Steuben County. Officers arrived to the scene to find a pickup truck rolled over on the east side of the road.Mitchell Musser, 24, of Hudson was found laying in the grass next to the pickup truck. The exten
  • Hydrochloric acid spilled at New Haven business

    Hydrochloric acid spilled at New Haven business
    NEW HAVEN, Ind. (WANE) — Cleanup is underway after a large chemical spill occurred at a New Haven business Monday.Crews were called around 10:30 a.m. to chemical wholesaler Brenntag Great Lakes at 1615 Estella Ave., just off Maplecrest Road near S.R. 930, on a report of a “hazardous materials incident.”According to a report from the New Haven Adams Township Fire and EMS, a chemical truck carrying hydrochloric acid was emptying product into a tank at the facility when “an

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