FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) - High school football scores from week five of the 2013 season.
Carroll 7 vs. East Noble 27
Churubusco 14 vs. Angola 7
Bluffton 28 vs. Garrett 14
Fairfield 56 vs. Eastside 28
Bishop Luers 0 vs. Wayne 15
Snider 14 vs. Concordia 13
South Side 47 vs. Northrop 21
DeKalb 12 vs. Columbia City 34
Homestead 13 vs. Bellmont 14
Norwell 7 vs. New Haven 28
Heritage 33 vs. Adams Central 27
Leo 35 vs. South Adams 12
North Side 14 vs. Mishawaka 17
Bishop Dwenger 31 vs. Cincinnati LaSalle 24
Lakeland 33 vs. West Noble 0
Woodlan 32 vs. Prairie Heights 7
Central Noble 20 vs. Fremont 35
Huntington North 46 vs. Anderson 13
North Miami 0 vs. Manchester 35
Rochester 28 vs. Southwood 21
Tippecanoe Valley 34 vs. Northfield 32
Whitko 51 vs. Wabash 7
Northridge 24 vs. Warsaw 0
Wawasee 21 vs. Northwood 16
While an announcement hasn't been officially made, the Fort Wayne Urban League says Garry Hamilton will be the city's next police chief. Hamilton is currently a deputy chief at FWPD and would be the first African-American to hold the chief's position.
Indiana's largest farm organization is holding its annual state convention at the Grand Wayne Center in downtown Fort Wayne on Friday and Saturday.
Outshined by massive jackpots since Powerball doubled the cost of its tickets last year, Mega Millions enacted big changes to inflate its jackpots and lure customers who only play when the pots get huge — and the revamp appears to be working.
Some people from central Indiana's Howard County don't understand how officials could have rejected giving federal aid to help in their rebuilding from damage caused by last month's tornadoes.
A doctor who provides abortions in Fort Wayne is losing his relationship with a local obstetrician and gynecologist who serves as the physician designee if a woman has post-abortion medical issues.
Lutheran Health Network CEO Brian Bauer received the prestigious Sagamore of the Wabash award at a ceremony Thursday afternoon.
Santa abandoned his traditional sleigh and arrived at Lutheran Children's Hospital in a fire truck.
Fort Wayne Animal Care and Control was busy Thursday afternoon responding to complaints of pets outside. Crews respond to every complaint in the hopes of preventing pets from freezing.
U.S. Census data shows that one Fort Wayne neighborhood is among the poorest in the state, and it the poverty rate has a direct correlation the rising crime statistics.
It was something that was never supposed to happen. A veteran who killed a woman in Indianapolis then took his own life was buried with full military honors. Since that day, the victim's family has been advocating against it.
The house fire affected traffic on U.S. 33 just north of Churubusco for over an hour. All lanes were back open less than two hours after the fire was called in.
Police said speed appeared to be a factor in a crash that all the occupants of the car seriously injured.
Three intersections on the north side of the city will have new left-turn signals that with a flashing yellow arrow. The new signals will be activated in January.
A plan is in the works to move Cindy's Diner from its current location in downtown Fort Wayne to another location one block northwest from its current location. The iconic restaurant has been a fixture downtown since 1990.
Former Komets executive, owner, general manager and coach Ken Ullyot passed away Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013, in Fort Wayne, Indiana, at the age of 92.