Hunan Express, formerly House of Hunan, on Coldwater Road is closed, according to the latest health department inspection reports.
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A northeast Indiana family’s hunt for the perfect lake house was featured on the HGTV show ‘Lakefront Bargain Hunt.’
A popular outdoor concert series is back at Jefferson Pointe this summer.
A high turn-out of volunteers for Fort Wayne’s Women Build has the organization extending the program for another week.
A graduation party on May 25 last year now has an Allen County man facing a felony charge under Indiana’s social host law.
Adults who think they’re being safe by letting minors consume alcohol at home, are actually assuming major liability.
Taya Kyle, author of “American Wife” travels the country speaking to groups about love, war, faith and renewal; four words she said could sum up her life
Taya Kyle will speak at the Common Bond breakfast to support Erin’s House for Grieving Children next week.
15 Finds Out investigates the benefits and drawbacks of using grand juries in homicide investigations.
15 Finds Out digs deeper into the benefits and challenges of grand juries. Don’t miss The Jury’s Out, Thursday at 6.
Daryan Bredemeyer got creative when she decided to ask her friend, Noah Cook, who has Autism, to prom.
The manager said Flair was at the bar for around five minutes before he was asked to leave.
A Fort Wayne Police Department investigation resulted in two men being arrested on felony counts of child exploitation and possession of child pornography.
House of Hunan was shut down last August when a customer found a cockroach in her food. It’s now back open under the name Hunan Express.
While education and awareness are the first steps in combating sex trafficking, eliminating the demand is what it will take to truly stop it.
Social media is designed to connect people, but it also makes it easier for predators to connect with their next victim.
NewsChannel 15 hosted a panel discussion on the problem of human trafficking in Fort Wayne and northeast Indiana on Thursday, February 23 at 7 p.m. Watch the replay.
Why did you keep letting it happen? Why didn’t you just leave? Why didn’t you call the police? All questions survivors of human trafficking are asked all too often.
It’s considered modern-day slavery; forcing people to work in labor services or the sex trade against their will through physical force or manipulation and coercion.
There are two bills filed in the Indiana statehouse this session that deal with baby boxes, but neither would change the Safe Haven law.