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Fort Wayne is located in northeastern Indiana, approximately 20 miles west of the Ohio border and 50 miles south of the Michigan border. The costliest disaster in Fort Wayne's history, the Great Flood of 1982, exceeded $56 million in damages and prompted a visit from President Ronald Reagan. In the days following the flood, 9,000 residents were forced to evacuate and over 2,000 residences and businesses were damaged by floodwaters.

Population: 251591
Local Newspapers: The Journal Gazette
Local Sports Teams: Fort Wayne TinCaps (Single A Baseball)
Local Colleges: Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne

Zip Codes associated with fort wayne, indiana: 46802 46803 46804 46805 46806 46807 46808 46809 46814 46815 46816 46818 46819 46825 46835 46845
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Fort Wayne News
Fort Wayne slayings suspect asks police to shoot him

Court documents say a Fort Wayne man charged with killing two women begged officers to shoot him when he was arrested. Twenty-six-year-old Deyante A. Stephens was charged Monday in the shooting deaths of 37-year-old Preonda M. Jones and 24-year-old Brianna R. Gould inside a home Saturday morning.

Mayor, FWPD discuss public safety while dozens hope for answers in homicide cases

Overall crime in Fort Wayne was down five percent in 2017. It's a trend Mayor Tom Henry and local law enforcement stressed Monday as they recapped the year and looked at public safety ideas for 2018.

Banks schedules town halls

U.S. Rep. Jim Banks announced Monday he will have three town hall meetings this week in northeast Indiana, contingent on congressional votes to extend federal spending and reopen parts of the government that shut down Saturday.

Mayor hails progress in crime fight

Crime was down last year while drug arrests and drug raids were up, according to a summary of Fort Wayne crime statistics presented by Mayor Tom Henry and Police Chief Steve Reed at a news conference Monday.

Plan commission approves new downtown hotel

At a meeting Monday, the Fort Wayne Plan Commission voted unanimously to approve plans to build a new Hampton Inn and Suites. It'll be seven stories tall, with retail on the ground floor and a rooftop bar overlooking the baseball field.

Former employees accused of defrauding thousands from business in Fort Wayne

Nine former employees of BAE Systems have been charged in federal court for defrauding the company out of more than $200,000 combined. According to court documents, the fraudulent scheme derived from a tuition-assistance program set up by the company.

Flashbacks reopening in Spring at new location

FORT WAYNE, Ind. Weeks after being closed, the owner of Flashback at the Landing will reopen the club.

Lillie Street shooting ruled triple homicide; suspect arrested

Fort Wayne police arrested a man in Saturday's shooting in the 1200 block of Lillie Street that left two women, one of whom was pregnant, dead.

Ex-defense contractor workers accused of tuition money fraud

Authorities say former employees of a defense contractor with operations in Indiana defrauded the company as part of a tuition assistance program. The Journal Gazette reports it obtained affidavits Saturday about the case, which was filed in U.S. District Court in Fort Wayne in December.

Police arrest 1, seeking 2nd suspect in robbery spree

The Fort Wayne Police Department has arrested a suspect in a series of nighttime armed robberies Sunday night and this morning, and is seeking a second suspect.

Cop a Story is Positively Fort Wayne

For the last seven years a group of local writers has come together to share original stories and discuss social issues. The group is called Cop a Story.

Powers sings in honors choir

Angola Middle School eighth-grader Paige Powers sang with the Middle School Honor Choir at the Indiana Music Educators Association Conference in Fort Wayne Jan. 12-13.

Agen performs for sellout crowds at Embassy Theatre

Addison Agen's first concerts since finishing runner-up on The Voice were before sellout crowds at the Embassy Theatre Sunday. Agen became nationally known for her performances on NBC's The Voice.

Dozens participate in Fort Wayne Women's March

The march was hosted by the Women's March of Fort Wayne to harness the political power of diverse women in the community to create social change. Marchers listened to speakers and walked around the perimeter of the courthouse.

In farming, suicide rate high, but few notice

Based on 2012 suicides recorded in 17 states, the most recent numbers available, the CDC calculated suicide rates per 100,000 people in each of the following federal occupational classifications: More than a year after the CDC released data showing farmers had the highest suicide rate of any profession, those who work in Indiana ag said they do not ... (more)

Group pushes to replace prosecutor

Family members of homicide victims say they are frustrated with the pace homicide cases are being investigated and want changes in the way those cases are tackled.

Aldi opens Auburn storeThe grocery store market in Auburn just got a...

Aldi, the retailer known for discounts, celebrated the grand opening Thursday of a 12,106-square-foot store at 207 Touring Drive.

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