Insurance and tree removal companies stay busy in aftermath of storm
Insurance and tree removal companies have stayed busy helping homeowners clean-up the damage from June's storm. Both industries were bombarded with calls as
Storm damage victims urged to report damage to the Dept. of Homeland Security
Since the storm on June 29, local and county officials have been working to apply for aid in cleaning up widespread damage. Property owners are urged to
Power celebration short-lived after second storm
Just a few hours after Julie McComb got power back at her north side home, another storm knocked it right back out.
I&M said power restoration was completed Saturday night
Indiana Michigan Power said electricity has been restored to everyone affected by the storms on June 29 and July 5.
Small town bands together to bring disaster relief
Crews in Paulding County, Ohio are still picking up the pieces after Friday’s storm. It’s been six days since folks in Payne have had electricity, but
Heat tough for people without power and power company crews
Julie McComb was overjoyed when power in her Fort Wayne home came back on Thursday after it was out for six days.
Replacement food stamps offered to replace loss after power outage
People who receive food stamps are eligible to receive replacement food stamps for food loss related to the June 29 storm.
Cooling centers, Red Cross shelter open to help those without power
If you're still without power and need a cool place to stay, the Red Cross shelter is open in Fort Wayne.
H.O.P.E. takes in pets during power outage and excessive heat
H.O.P.E. for Animals is currently offering to help pet owners who may need to leave their home because of the power outage but can't take their pets with
Jumby's Joint hands out free food
The Fort Wayne food Truck, Jumby's Joint started handed out free food on Wednesday at the Red Cross Shelter at the First Assembly of God Church.