A woman sitting on her porch captured a photo of an officer with the FWPD helping out a boy in her neighborhood.
By the time the shooter surrendered, three people were killed — including a police officer — and nine others were wounded, authorities said.
New Palestine came in with the record-setting offense but it was Snider who was three points better in an offensive shootout as the Panthers bested the Dragons 64-61 in the 5A state title game Friday night at Lucas Oil Stadium.
The Fancy & Staple shop sells uncommon goods including home, gift, paper and other accessories you would typically find at a store front in a bigger city.
The event features local shops and restaurants. Trolleys will give free rides to the stores.
Indiana Artisan Holiday Marketplace features hundreds of artists, including one who brought his recipe for Zesty Turkey Salad on First News.
Before all the gingerbread houses arrived at the History Center, the Haupert family lets NewsChannel 15 in on the creative process.
For years, students at East Allen County Schools have used a tunnel to avoid busy traffic as they head to school. Up until a couple years ago, it became a place for fights, bullying and even drugs. Now, students feel safe again, thanks to the work of one man.
About 2,600 customers woke up Saturday in the dark, according to Indiana Michigan Power’s website.
According to the National Retail Federation, nearly 60 percent of shoppers had already started holiday buying by Nov. 10.
A storm system moving through the Midwest will provide for a soggy day.
The family of Joe Brown, 64, claim looters have taken some of his belongings following his death in a home explosion Monday.
All of the children were charged with minor consuming alcohol. The report said arrests were made.
The opening comes just five days after owner Todd Smith took over the space and started its remodel.
Such work-sharing programs are already in place in nearly 30 other states, where businesses reach agreements with the state to reduce their employees’ hours as an alternative to laying them off.
He started painting in the 80s. Now at age 91, John Measles is hosting his first art show.
Congress has to make a decision on a $1.1 trillion spending bill by Dec. 11.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is due to spend $4 million in 2016 to help farmers and others plant milkweed and other nectar-producing plants.
Authorities said it appeared someone wearing a security guard’s shirt grabbed bags of cash and just walked away.
Northern Mali has been unstable since it fell to Tuareg separatists and Islamic extremists following a military coup in 2012.
By now hopefully, you’re settling into a food coma. But don’t forget to put your leftovers away.
While the trend for online sales is moving up, shoppers who want to leave the store with an item in hand, keep face to face shopping alive.
ISP arrived on scene to find his silver pickup truck crashed on a guard rail. Investigators said the truck had multiple bullet holes.
The U.S. National Hurricane Center says Sandra could be a tropical depression before making landfall late Saturday.
Carroll topped Columbia City 59-44 to headline girls basketball action Friday night in northeast Indiana.
The Mad Ants, sponsored by Lutheran Health Network, returned to their winning ways, taking down the Bakersfield Jam 113-108 Friday, November 27th at Allen Co. War Memorial Coliseum, improving their record on the season to 4-2, 4-0 at home.
V.J. Beachem scored 16 points, Demetrius Jackson had 12 and No. 17 Notre Dame beat Iowa 68-62 in the consolation round of the AdvoCare Invitational on Friday night.
For months now, there’s been plenty of talk about this season’s strong El Niño pattern.
When temperatures drop, you obviously have to change your wardrobe.
Junior Mo Evans scored 18 points to lead IPFW to a 71-63 men’s college basketball victory past Jacksonville University of the Atlantic Sun Conference Friday evening during the first of three games in the Spartan Showcase at the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Sometimes the weather will knock out power, and there’s nothing you can do about it. But power companies prepare ahead of time to make sure that doesn’t happen as often
Snider will play for the 5A state title tonight at Lucas Oil Stadium and WANE-TV is there for all the action!