The legislation would have allowed grocery stores, pharmacies and gas stations to sell cold beer.
Several sheriffs and jail staff members analyzed their mail screening processes as a threat detection company presented a new machine to them, available for purchase.
Several people in northeast Indiana reported seeing the bright light in the sky. Eric, a NewsChannel 15 viewer, submitted video from a camera in Woodburn of a giant streak of light in the eastern sky.
The incident took place Tuesday evening in Bluffton after the motorist had stopped to help.
Two LaGrange residents were arrested Tuesday after police served a search warrant and found methamphetamine, marijuana and drug paraphernalia in a residence after keys were taken from inside a vehicle.
Multiple fire departments were called to Lake Everett for a single-story house fire.
The shooting took place Tuesday after a man called dispatchers to say he’d been shot.
High temps keep climbing from now through early next week.
A Fort Wayne woman was cited for failing to yield the right of way after her SUV collided with an Audi Wednesday morning in northern Allen County.
The city’s new trash collection company, Red River Waste Solutions, is falling behind schedule and people are getting frustrated.
A 489-page report by a panel of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine released Wednesday throws the weight of the scientific body behind lowering the blood-alcohol concentration threshold from 0.08 to 0.05.
They’re called food deserts. They’re places in the state that don’t have access to fresh fruit and vegetables. Fort Wayne has several of them, and now a senate bill hopes to change that.
A Facebook post is getting a lot of attention. It’s a picture of a swastika carved in the snow in northern Allen County. A homeowner in the Timberon neighborhood, near Carroll High School, posted the picture.
Marlon Matthews was on work release from a prior drug conviction.
Police said initial investigations indicate some kind of disturbance happened in the parking lot of the gas station. It eventually led to the three victims being shot.
Police said a man bought lottery tickets in high-dollar amounts with fake $20 bills, then fled from the Marathon gas station at 7440 St Joe Road around 10 p.m. Jan. 7.
“The Voice” runner-up was a guest of the mayor Wednesday morning as he made the proclamation.
The Delaware 87ers (9-17) pulled out a thrilling 127-120 victory over the visiting Fort Wayne Mad Ants (15-12) on Education Day presented by Delaware Solid Waste Authority.
From Highlight Zone standout to the ACC, Snider grad Malik Williams is learning on the job as a freshman in the Cardinals starting lineup.
Volleyball standout Kendyll Gebert is heading to Indiana Wesleyan to continue her athletic and academic career.
Former Highlight Zone standout Jacob Redding has gone from big man on Carroll’s campus to walk-on at Louisville – and the former Chargers sharp-shooter is loving it.
A 16-year-old boy died Wednesday after being shot by a deputy in an Ohio courtroom when a fight broke out involving the boy, his family and the officer, a sheriff’s office investigator said.
With the stock market reaching records so often, 1,000-point moves in the Dow have become increasingly commonplace. It’s been just eight trading days since the Dow had its first close above 25,000.