Indiana Artisan Holiday Marketplace features hundreds of artists, including one who brought his recipe for Zesty Turkey Salad on First News.
Before all the gingerbread houses arrived at the History Center, the Haupert family lets NewsChannel 15 in on the creative process.
The Science Central’s Martin Fisher explains the science behind two party tricks that are sure to impress at any party and talks about the upcoming winter events.
The Embassy will fill with around 60 trees during the holiday season. It’s a tradition that started 31 years ago.
Professional violinist Kristine Papillon, member of the Fort Wayne Philharmonic, wrote “Crumpet The Trumpet” to help her child fall asleep at night.
The reporter has been suspended for two weeks after tweeting that the Statue of Liberty “bows head in anguish” following passage of a bill making it tougher for refugees from Syria and Iraq to enter the United States.
Ashley Stamm-Northup, known as Danica Dillon in movies, filed the lawsuit Tuesday. She says Duggar, “physically assaulted her to the point of causing her physical and emotional injuries.”
The U.S. band was set to perform at the Bataclan when the deadly attacks occurred. Last Friday’s night of terror in Paris killed 129 people and wounded over 350 others.
90 million massed in front of half the nation’s TVs to watch “Dallas” the evening of Nov. 21, 1980 to find out who shot J.R. Ewing.
Despite his nearly two decades as an international sex symbol, British soccer star David Beckham says he’s still flattered to be named People magazine’s 30th-anniversary Sexiest Man Alive.
The new Jethro Tull concert tour returns to the States starting April 2016, in which Ian Anderson celebrates the life and times of English agriculturalist Jethro Tull.
The former “Two and a Half Men” star in an interview on “Today” said he’s paid as much as $10 million to buy the silence of prostitutes and others who threatened to out him.
The man is accused of attacking and threatening the “NCIS” star in Hollywood.