A Fort Wayne doctor who lost privileges at an area hospital failed to convince the Court of Appeals of Indiana that his privileges should be reinstated.
Inspired by Indiana Chief Justice Loretta Rush’s call to action, the Allen County Bar Foundation has launched a pair of scholarships to support minority students interested in becoming lawyers.
The Allen Circuit and Superior Courts are extending their pause on jury trials due to continued COVID concerns.
The longtime prosecutor for Fort Wayne and Allen County will not seek a sixth term this year, County Republican Chairman Steve Shine said Thursday.
The winter storm predicted to dump several inches of snow on Indiana is disrupting courts around the Hoosier State, causing cancellations of some proceedings and closing courthouses.
The Allen County Coroner’s Office has identified a woman who was kidnapped while she was home with her two children and then shot to death in her SUV.
Authorities were investigating after a woman died in a shooting in northeast Indiana.
The Court of Appeals of Indiana has affirmed the denial of a couple’s petition for guardianship of a child for whom they served as de facto custodians, finding that guardianship was not in the child’s best interests.
The Allen Superior Court will halt jury trials until at least Feb. 14 due to the latest surge in COVID-19 infections and illnesses in the community, the court announced Wednesday.
A woman has pleaded guilty to attempted robbery in connection with the fatal April shootings of two women in Fort Wayne.
A Fort Wayne woman has been charged in the death of her 9-year-old stepson, who died last weekend at a hospital after suffering blunt force injuries.
A man has been charged in a 2020 crash that killed a Fort Wayne woman inside her home.
The Indiana Supreme Court announced last week that members of the news media will be permitted to broadcast certain in-person proceedings in five Indiana trial courts through a new pilot project starting Dec. 1.
Adoptions will be celebrated Thursday in the Allen Superior Court as the Fort Wayne judiciary marks National Adoption Month.
Broadcasting of in-person trial court proceedings permitted under new pilot program, Supreme Court announces
Members of the news media will be permitted to broadcast in-person proceedings in five Indiana trial courtrooms through a new pilot project, the Indiana Supreme Court announced Monday. The pilot also allows the rebroadcasting of live-streamed proceedings.
In their lawsuit contesting judicial selection in Lake County, Hammond Mayor Thomas McDermott along with the city of Hammond filed on Friday a motion for preliminary injunction seeking to stop the Lake County Judicial Nominating Commission from moving forward with the process to select a replacement for the late Judge Diane Boswell, who died in October.
Through 10 new High Tech Crime Units being established around the state, Indiana’s prosecutors say they will be getting much-needed help with the processing of digital evidence.
A northeastern Indiana man has been convicted in the March slaying of his wife, whom he claimed he shot after she threw a knife at him.
A man charged in the death and dismemberment of a northeastern Indiana man could face life in prison without parole if he’s convicted in the slaying.