Still looking for the perfect dinner dessert that says ‘Merry Christmas’? Try the pear tart pie, created locally at La Dolce Vita in Roanoke.
Shigs In Pit was chosen as Indiana’s Best Barbecue by Visit Indiana and the public.
Mayor Tom Henry stopped by to recap the year, while looking ahead to 2016 and all the work being done behind the scenes on riverfront development.
The Boys and Girls Clubs of Fort Wayne offers a program called Smart Girls. It allows girls to discuss health, social and other issues.
The Embassy Theatre offers holiday traditions, including the annual Holiday Pops concert and an appearance by Rudolph and his friends.
In honor of the holiday season of lights, we take a look at its physics.
The History Center has chosen 200, relevant artifacts from its collection to feature as a Bicentennial Legacy Project. It’s called 200@200.
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The holidays are here and so is the season of indulging, but do you know what goes with what when it comes to appetizers at your next dinner party?
Cast your vote on the best downtown display by Dec. 14!
The University of Saint Francis hosts a number of events to celebrate the holiday season on Saturday Dec. 5 and Sunday Dec. 6.
The Brain Balance Center uses a unique approach to help students meet their potential by assessing how to challenge them academically, physically and behaviorally.
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.
Downtown coffee shop Fortezza Coffee fundraising for the Rescue Mission by giving away homemade cookies to customers who make a donation.
Professional violinist Kristine Papillon, member of the Fort Wayne Philharmonic, wrote “Crumpet The Trumpet” to help her child fall asleep at night.
Is holiday decorating not in the budget? Here’s some suggestions that will give you the most bang for your buck.
Mad Anthony Brewing Company is celebrating two gold medals in addition to adding canned beer and releasing a special series of beer.