Sources tell NewsChannel 15 that big changes are likely coming to healthcare in Fort Wayne. One industry expert predicts Lutheran’s parent company will declare bankruptcy within a year.
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The driver of a car died when he was hit from behind by a semi and pushed into the back of another semi.
The Fort Wayne Parks & Rec Department would assume management of Headwaters Park next year.
The Indiana Department of Education said students in Muncie Community Schools must make up two days missed because of transportation issues.
The deal announced by Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer and House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi following a White House dinner would enshrine protections for the nearly 800,000 immigrants brought illegally to this country as kids who had benefited from former President Barack Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, program.
The program allows patients admitted to Parkview’s community hospitals to consult with a cardiologist without having to be transported to the Parkview Heart Institute in Fort Wayne.
Corey Hall is accused of using various social media apps to exchange explicit photos and videos with a girl from Colorado.
Matthew Epperson failed to register as a sex or violent offender in mid-March and then went into hiding, according to police.
Tod Croft was named Teacher of the Year at a reception Monday night.
Amazon wants to build a second headquarters. Leaders from the Indianapolis area want it to be built there.
Dr. Mike Mastrangelo received the Sagamore of the Wabash award Thursday.
The $26 million grant will help provide counseling and treatment for the more than 12,000 Hoosiers with HIV.
Volunteers spend time holding infants who can benefit from physical touch that is non-medical in nature.
The driver of a car didn’t see the woman as she and her boyfriend tried to cross the road at the intersection of Goshen and W. Coliseum.
Police were looking for 77-year-old Wanda Butler.
Park Center has scrapped plans to build a drug treatment facility on Rupp Drive near Coliseum Boulevard and will search for a different location.
Mike Poore is working to enhance public perception, improve patient care, and mend fences with hospital leaders and board members who’ve resigned.
A portion of East Dupont Road was closed at the diverging diamond over I-69 for several hours during the investigation.
Brittany Hormann, 28, was last seen Saturday, July 29 in the town of Madison in southern Indiana.
The victim was sitting in his car at Hickory Mill apartments when the suspect walked up and shot him.