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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.
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:
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Towns/Cities near fort wayne, indiana : New Haven Huntertown Churubusco Columbia City Roanoke Zanesville Monroville Leo Woodburn
New Haven gets center in shape
Sara Diehl had a good reason to be among the first to join the New Haven Community Center's new fitness center Tuesday, the day of its official opening.Fort Wayne home searched as Noble County death investigation continues
Authorities continue to investigate the death of Suzanne Michele Moore, a 39-year-woman who police tied to a home on East Masterson Boulevard in Fort Wayne.Strip club owner, dancer call proposed ordinance 'unfair'
The owner of a local strip clubs said a proposal to restrict their hours could have a devastating impact on business. Fort Wayne City Councilman Russ Jehl introduced an ordinance that would restrict the hours for sex oriented businesses.Retired K9 Officer Bach dies at age 11 1/2
A police K9 officer who served the Fort Wayne Police Department for nine years has died from cancer, city police said today.Fire damages NE-side home
Fire crews were called around 8:40 a.m. to a home in the 2700 block of White Oak Avenue, just off Hobson Road between Kenwood and Charlotte avenues. Five Fort Wayne Fire Department engines responded to the home.Donnelly launches campaign for second Senate term
U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly threw a baseball Monday evening at Parkview Field to cap a day of ceremonial first pitches for his re-election campaign.Driven by city historyGrowing up in New Haven, Jim Pickett got hooked ...
Growing up in New Haven, Jim Pickett got hooked on the adventures of Daniel Boone and Davy Crockett at an early age.Public defender system on ropesA class-action lawsuit filed against...
WFIU Public Radio and WTIU Public Television's documentary, "Justice For All," will be broadcast on WFWA-TV Channel 39 at 1 p.m. Oct. 1. It will be available online at indianapublicmedia.org/news/justice-2-123827/ after its Thursday premiere.Photos: Solar eclipse grips Fort Wayne
Three-year-old Lydia watches the solar eclipse on Monday, Aug. 21, 2017, through a welding helmet. A pair watches the solar eclipse on Monday, Aug. 21, 2017, from atop a parking garage on the IPFW campus.Washington Boulevard shooting victim ID'd
The man found shot in the 900 block of East Washington Boulevard early Saturday has been identified as a 20-year-old Fort Wayne man, the Allen County coroner's office said today.Blaze Pizza opens in Fort Wayne
Blaze Pizza opened Monday at the corner of Coliseum and Coldwater at 401 E. Coliseum Blvd. Serving up "fast-fire'd" artisanal pizzas, Blaze Pizza features an interactive open-kitchen format that allows guests to customize their pizzas from a wide selection of carefully sourced, high-quality ingredients - all for around $8. The personal pizzas then go into an open-flame oven, where "pizzasmiths" cook the thin crust pies in just 180 seconds.Summit City Community Festival is Positively Fort Wayne
The Amnesty and Deliverance Festival in Fort Wayne has undergone some changes this year in an attempt to become more inclusive and serve more people. "I wanted it to appeal to more people," said organizer Joseph Ayers.Young, old drawn to trains
William Goshert has a train table and lots of Thomas the Tank Engine toys, but until Sunday the 21/2-year-old Fort Wayne boy hadn't ridden a real train.Teacher Honor Roll / Education Notebook
Family: My husband and I have been married 19 years. We live on the same farm he's lived on since he was 8 years old.Railroad Open House
The Journal Gazette Dan, Kendra, and Vance Saurer, 3, enjoy checking out the tracks while taking a ride on a 1949 Franklin N from the Pennsylvania Railroad during the Railroad Open House at the Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society in New Haven on Sunday.Fort Wayne Womena s Soccer Falls to Detroit Mercy 3-0
Despite a scoreless first half, Fort Wayne fell to the Detroit Mercy Titans 3-0 on Sunday at Hefner Field. The first half was even across the board, ending in a 0-0 tie.Brad Miller Hosts 14th Annual Gala, Auction & Golf Outing
That's how long Brad Miller played in the NBA - and it's also how many years he's hosted this event. The Fort Wayne native gave back at his 14th Annual gala, auction and golf outing that benefits the Big Brothers Big Sisters program.
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