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2021 1st Allen County Homicide

The Allen County Coroner's office has released the cause of death in the 2021 1st Allen County Homicide and the name of the victim, Randolph D. Bazile.
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FWPD: Fatal Stabbing Investigation

A fatal stabbing investigation was opened on January 9, 2021, when the Fort Wayne Police Department responded to a report of a fight in the 1000 block of North Wells Street.
City of Fort Wayne

Van Buren Street Bridge work begins Monday

Today, the City of Fort Wayne's Public Works Division announced that the Van Buren Street Bridge improvements begin Monday, January 11, 2021.
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FWPD: Arrest in Wells Street fatal shooting

FWPD Homicide Detectives has made an arrest in this morning's shooting in the 1500 Block of Wells Street that resulted in the death of an adult male.
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FWPD: Fatal Shooting Investigation

On August 22, 2020, shortly after 3:00 pm, FWPD officers responded to a reported shooting in the 1500 Block of Wells Street.
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FWPD: Police Pursuit

A Fort Wayne Police Officer was involved in a vehicle pursuit which resulted in a two-car accident at State Boulevard and Wells Street.
City of Fort Wayne

State Boulevard opens tomorrow

Tomorrow, Friday, June 12, 2020, State Boulevard and the new bridge over Spy Run Creek will open with one lane in each direction between Wells and Clinton Street.

State Boulevard closure Monday

Construction on State Boulevard, over the Spy Run Creek, moves to a new phase next week, requiring a complete closure of the road for two months.

Hop River receives national attention

Hop River Brewing Company is currently acknowledged twice in national articles, focusing on the communal, inclusive atmosphere in the brewery's taproom.

Team chosen for Riverfront II and III

City officials today announced a team has been selected to design and begin implementation of Riverfront Fort Wayne Phases II and III.