Lisa Bockelman nearly died after contracting the flu. Now she has a message for anyone who will listen.
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The influenza pandemic of 1918 and 1919 killed millions of people worldwide. A century later, health officials say it could all happen again.
5 year-old Quinten Price died on December 27th. The coroner recently released the cause of death.
Schools are taking precautions to make sure students don’t get the flu.
We sat down with two prominent Parkview Health experts for some Q&A on the flu.
Addison Agen has written six songs for her upcoming album. She is currently working with local producers and musicians to get it ready for a spring-time release.
There is new momentum to turn 100 miles of road between Fort Wayne and Valparaiso into a freeway. It would save lives. But it would come with a huge pricetag.
Bob Heiny recounts his remarkable life that included two high school basketball national championships, fighting in WWII, and raising a family in Fort Wayne. If there were such a thing as a Hall of Fame of Life, Bob Heiny would be inducted on the first ballot.
Fort Wayne police said the manager was taken to the safe and two suspects got away with cash.
A hastily snapped photograph captures a solitary show of respect for Captain Eric Balliet as the funeral procession drives by.
A murder investigation in Colorado has led to the arrest of an Indiana man. Police in El Paso county said they are looking at possible connections to the murders of Abigail Williams and Liberty German, but won’t say why.
Amber Pasztor was sentenced to 130 years in prison for killing two of her children. September 26th, 2017 marks the one year anniversary of the crime. But so far, there still is no justice for her first alleged victim, Frank McComber.
Drone video shows damaged downtown LaGrange as the owner of the buildings weighs his options.
As car admirers descend on Auburn for the 61st annual Auburn Cord Duesenberg Festival, a group of young people are learning the ropes of saving old cars.
If you think Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg stopped making cars in the late ’30s, you’re mistaken. The company is alive and well, but it’s not in Indiana anymore.
Newschannel 15’s Brett Thomas takes lessons from pitcher Will Headean on how to throw a strike when throwing out the first pitch in a Fort Wayne Tincaps game.
Gov. Eric Holcomb’s office says flags should be lowered from sunrise to sunset Saturday in Bartholomew County to honor 23-year-old Army Sgt. Jonathon Michael Hunter of Columbus.
All major carriers now offer unlimited plans after years of steering people toward paying extra for using more data. Verizon, like its rivals, will start charging more for higher-quality video while hoping to attract cost-conscious customers with a cheaper plan.
The Southern Poverty Law Center keeps tabs on hate groups operating in the United States and provides an interactive map with their headquarter locations.
Bill Law wanted to honor his veteran dad. So he began the months long process to get move his father’s final resting place to Arlington National Cemetery.