FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) Millions of Americans will be watching the big game Sunday. However, it’s not just football that they’ll have on their … More »
Grab your running shoes to participate in this sweet 5K and 1 mile race, just in time for Valentine’s Day.
For the past five years, Fort Wayne residents Kevin and Colleen Bolger have volunteered during arguably the biggest sporting event on television every year.
Girl scout troops have gone digital to make ordering your favorites even easier.
Fort Wayne’s Smallest Winner Season 8 saw 26 participants who worked to live a healthier lifestyle, changing nutrition and exercise.
For three days, more than 100 exhibitors will offer specials, merchandise and services related to vacation and travel, hiking and biking, fishing and hunting, camping and much more.
Martin Fisher with Science Central demonstrates how to use household items to make noise.
Ahead of Lutheran Health Network’s 2016 Get Fit Expo, experts say you don’t have to break the bank, or your back to get lasting results for a better quality of life.
Lutheran Health Network is hosting its 2016 Get Fit Expo to ensure a healthy new year. As a preview, registered dietitians at its Weight Management Center are offering their expertise on a healthy diet.
Yin & Juice is Saturday, Jan. 23.
The ‘Dig This!’ exhibit runs through April.
According to a CBS News article, Chinese stocks took a nosedive Thursday. This caused Asian currencies and oil prices to drop affecting investors across the globe.http://www.cbsnews.com/news/china-stocks-plunge-triggering-another-market-halt/
To help its customers prepare for the winter season, Indiana Michigan Power is offering emergency mobile alerts, free of charge.
More than 2,700 wrestlers from across the country are competing at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum Jan. 8 – 10.
In February, the 10th anniversary of the Embassy Theatre’s fundraising concert series ‘Down the Line’ continues.
An art gallery has a new exhibit that features photographs from local Instagram users. Exposure: Instagram, The World’s Largest Gallery ends Jan. 15.
The History Center begins its Bicentennial Legacy Project by sharing a piece from the man popularly known as the father of Fort Wayne.
Highlights, memorable moments, and bloopers from First News Weekend this past year.
The holiday season is the most popular time for the conservatory. It showcases thousands of poinsettias that are grown in Fort Wayne.
Enter for your chance to win a yearly supply of milk from Prairie Farms.