A drug free, brain based program for kids with ADD/ADHD/Autism and more.

Brain Balance program helps students thrive

The Brain Balance Center uses a unique approach to help students meet their potential by assessing how to challenge them academically, physically and behaviorally.

A look inside Fancy & Staple in downtown Fort Wayne.

Unique, edgy shop shines in downtown

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.

Fort Wayne Snider High School senior Isaac Stiebeling (7) reacts after scoring against New Palestine during the first half of the IHSAA Class 5A state championship football game, Friday, Nov. 27, 2015, in Indianapolis. (AP Photo/Doug McSchooler)

Snider Wins 5A State Title In 64-61 Classic!

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.

EACS tunnel traveled again thanks to man's passion

EACS tunnel traveled again thanks to man’s passion

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.


Walgreens and WANE partner for Flu Day event

The event is meant to help those who may not be planning to get a flu shot because they’re uninsured or underinsured get vaccinated against the potentially deadly illness.

Indiana defensive linemen Nick Mangieri (56) and Adarius Rayner (99) celebrate with the Old Oaken Bucket after defeating Purdue in an NCAA college football game in West Lafayette, Ind.,  Saturday, Nov. 28, 2015. Indiana won 54-36. (AP Photo/AJ Mast)

Old Oaken Bucket Going Back To Bloomington

As the competitors shook hands, three Indiana players carried the Old Oaken Bucket from the sideline to near midfield where their teammates reached out to touch the prized trophy. Running back Devine Redding and linebacker Dameon Willis Jr. did a few dance steps on the outside of the huddle and then the team marched over to the end of the bench where they held up the Bucket for the fans to see.

Stanford's Conrad Ukropina (34) is hugged by teammates after hitting a 45-yard field goal as time expired to give Stanford a 38-36 win over Notre Dame in an NCAA college football game Saturday, Nov. 28, 2015, in Stanford, Calif. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)

No. 4 Notre Dame Upset By No. 13 Stanford

A 45-yard field goal by Conrad Ukropina on the last play leads No. 13 Stanford to a 38-36 victory over No. 4 Notre Dame in a playoff elimination game Saturday night.


Komets Wipe Out Walleye in 1-0 OT Win

A power play chance for Fort Wayne in the overtime allowed the Komets to pick up the game-winning goal at 3:27 as Cody Corbett blasted a one-timer past Paterson.


No. 4 Saint Francis Cougars Crush No. 5 Montana Tech

Minor halftime adjustments led to major dividends in a 42-20 University of Saint Francis win over fifth-ranked Montana Tech in one of four NAIA Football Championship Series Quarterfinal games on Saturday afternoon.

Keith Smitt is first in line at Best Buy, 21 hours before the store opens for Black Friday.

Dedicated Black Friday shopper

Keith Smitt was first in line at the Best Buy at Apple Glen this year. He was also first in line last year when NewsChannel 15 first met him.