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Mayor Henry’s remarks from OWI arrest news conference

Remarks made by Fort Wayne Indiana Mayor Tom Henry at today’s 1:30 p.m. media briefing concerning a motor vehicle accident last night which resulted in his arrest for drunk driving.

Statement from Mayor Henry regarding OWI arrest

Statement from Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry regarding a motor vehicle crash last night which resulted in his arrest for OWI (operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated).

2023 Civil City Budget announced

Fort Wayne Indiana’s fiscal health is in a strong position as Mayor Tom Henry and City Controller Garry Morr today announced the proposed 2023 budget for the City of Fort Wayne.

FWPD: Shooting Investigation, Picadilly Circle

On July 6, 2022, at approximately 11:00 am, Fort Wayne Police Officers responded to the 500 block of Picadilly Circle regarding an unknown problem.

City: Tree debris drop-off sites announced

The City of Fort Wayne, Indiana, has set up several tree debris drop-off sites to assist residents in the cleanup from last night's storms.

City buildings will be closed Wednesday and Thursday

Today, Mayor Tom Henry announced that all City of Fort Wayne municipal offices and buildings will be closed on Wednesday and Thursday due to the impending winter storm.

FWPD: Winter travel safety tips

The Fort Wayne Police Department offers the following safety tips for winter travel.

FWPD Update: Suicide/Police Action Shooting on Hickory Tree Road

Fort Wayne Police Department update on the suicide/Police Action shooting in the 10500 block of Hickory Tree Road on Saturday, January 1, 2022.

FWPD: Police Action Shooting, Hickory Tree Road

On January 1, 2022, the Fort Wayne Police Department responded to a house in the 10000 block of Hickory Tree Road on a report of a disturbance where a gunshot had possibly been fired.

FWPD: Vehicle/pedestrian accident

On December 7, 2021, at 9:29 PM, the Fort Wayne Police Department responded to Coliseum Boulevard and Lake Avenue in reference to a female lying in the roadway.