FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) - High school football scores from week six of the 2013 season.
North Side 27 vs. Snider 13
Bellmont 7 vs. Carroll 55
West Noble 0 vs. Churubusco 49
Concordia 17 vs. Bishop Luers 14
Wayne 6 vs. Bishop Dwenger 45
Garrett 0 vs. Woodlan 43
Columbia City 6 vs. New Haven 29
DeKalb 13 vs. Homestead 68
Northfield 20 vs. Whitko 34
Marion 7 vs. Huntington North 41
Southern Wells 12 vs. Bluffton 34
East Noble 7 vs. Norwell 35
Leo 35 vs. Heritage 12
South Adams 22 vs. Adams Central 32
South Side 6 vs. Indianapolis Tech 24
Northrop vs. Muncie South
Eastside14 vs. Lakeland 28
Angola 14 vs. Fairfield 53
Fremont 21 vs. Prairie Heights 29
Howe 12 vs. Central Noble 48
Manchester 7 vs. Rochester 48
Southwood 34 vs. North Miami 21
Wabash 20 vs. Tippecanoe Valley 62
Plymouth 35 vs. Wawasee 52
Warsaw 34 vs. Goshen 12
Indiana residents receiving food stamps will begin receiving their monthly benefits on new dates under a state law approved earlier this year.
An Indiana teenager honored for helping save two children from icy waters in 2010 has died in a weekend shooting.
Police have identified a person of interest in Sunday’s stabbing outside of a home on Bluebird Court, off of St. Joe Road.
Police are looking for a white man who is 6'0" to 6'2" with a thin build they say robbed a CVS in November. He may have been driving a gray or dark green Ford SUV.
Police from several agencies have responded to multiple crashes overnight due to slick roads from a wintry mix that moved through the area late Sunday and early Monday morning.
A rural Angola man faces six felony charges for allegedly sexually assaulting a 26-year-old woman.
A local family wants help in making sure their loved one's murderer stays in prison.
Police said a man barricaded himself inside of a home on Genessee Avenue early Sunday morning for more than two hours after threatening to commit suicide.
Detectives believe a three-year-old boy may have shot himself at a home in Indianapolis Saturday night. Police said the shooting appears to have been accidental.
There will be several holiday-themed events this weekend in the Fort Wayne area, including Christmas displays, children’s parties, visits from Santa Claus, and more.
The 122nd Fighter Wing hosted the annual Airman of the Year Awards on Saturday afternoon to celebrate the achievements of members of the 122nd.
Saturday marked the 72nd anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack. Fort Wayne area veterans and their families met for a service at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum to remember those who lost their lives back on December 7, 1941.
A doctor who performs abortions in Fort Wayne, Gary and South Bend has been asked to appear before the Indiana Medical Licensing Board.
Each year, students at Taylor University attend a men's basketball game and are completely silent until the Trojans score their 10th point of the game. The game is known as "Silent Night."
Governor Mike Pence is directing flags at Indiana state facilities be flown at half-staff on Saturday, Dec. 7 in honor of Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day.