The wetlands on Oxford Street serve as a tool for City Utilities and a a place to explore for people who live in Fort Wayne. Several people took advantage of an open house Saturday.
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A strip club owner and motel representative talked with NewsChannel 15 after the ordinance was laid out. If passed, the ordinance would allow fines against businesses cited 12 times in 90 days.
Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry and Police Chief Steve Reed joined Tom Didier at a Wednesday news conference. The goal of the proposal is a two-pronged effect: clean up busy areas of town while saving police resources.
A Fort Wayne woman, diagnosed with lupus was told she needs a new kidney and agreed to make a video and website to find it.
The newest traveling exhibit at Science Central focuses on the art and science of spiders. It is open until January 7, 2018.
The Art This Way event is set for September 23, from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. at five locations around downtown Fort Wayne
Boston College, a private Jesuit university in Massachusetts, said in a statement that the four female students were treated for burns at a Marseille hospital after they were sprayed in the face with acid.
The event is set for September 30, will benefit Devin, who was diagnosed with T-Cell Leukemia
The St. Marys river was labeled “non-navigable” because it wasn’t used much for commerce when the designation was made. Today, the Department of Natural Resources won’t help build ramps, if a river has the “non-navigable” designation, which may require an act of congress to change.
Community leaders and staff of the Rescue Mission celebrated the demolition of downtown buildings Thursday where a new mission will be built.
One year after five people were shot, three killed, in a shooting at Sports and Spirits, family members look back and police look forward.
Inside Do it Best Corp.’s world headquarters on Nelson Road, team members specializing in logistics have been working to make sure victims of Harvey and Irma have access to what they need while Do it Best stores are operational.
The $42 million project at the site of the former McMillan Apartments will initially include 2-and-3 bedroom energy efficient apartments, an electric car sharing program, and other amenities for single parent students attending local universities.
Every one of the classic cars that can be found in Auburn during the annual ACD Festival comes with an owner who has a tale to tell, including an Auburn man working on a dream and an Oklahoma man who brought his car home for the first time.
Money taken from a vending machine Tuesday pays for firefighter uniforms. The radio is one of several that helps the mostly volunteer firefighters get to where they are needed.
Two crashes Thursday left one bicyclist dead and another seriously hurt. Each time a crash happens a debate follows questioning where bikes should be.
The warrant was served at a home in the 200 block of E. Masterson Ave where a woman found dead Sunday in Noble County had lived.
Marcellus Williams, 48, is scheduled to die Tuesday at the state prison in Bonne Terre for stabbing to death former St. Louis Post-Dispatch reporter Lisha Gayle during a 1998 robbery.
About 700 students started a new school year at Antwerp Local School Monday. Administrators appeared on First News to talk about upgrades, changes and things for students to look forward to.
The incident happened shortly before 4:30 a.m. on Wappes Road, south of McComb Road in northwest Allen County.