Dunkin’ Donuts’ stopped by First News to debut this year’s seasonal treats.
The annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s is October 3 and organizers want your support.
Teenagers between 13-years-old and 18-years-old can meet twice a month with Mental Health America in Allen County’s new program.
Martin Fisher from The Science Central shows NewsChannel 15’s Gina Glaros and Rob Lydick how air pressure works using a leaf blower and a racket ball.
More than 600 new jobs are coming to Fort Wayne from companies like Sweetwater and Excellon Technologies.
The three day festival will feature classes in crochet, knitting, quilting, sewing, card making, cross-stitch, beading, floral arranging and painting.
Beetle damage is common this time of year in the garden. Learn how to prevent these pests from making a salad out of your plants.
Not only can you epsom salts to soak your feet for pain or a sprain, you can also use them in your garden!
Chef Laura Wilson with La Dolce Vita joined First News Sunday to show how to make an easy Corn Salad and BLT on a Stick.
Lori Wallace’s mother has been in and out of the hospital dealing with ovarian cancer. She was able to attend last year and Lori hopes she can do the same this year.
WWII Legacies: Stories of Northeast Indiana Veterans tells the stories of 28 local veterans.
Hundreds will fill up the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum for the 70th annual Marjorie D. Wickliffe Freedom Fund Banquet.
Thousands will flock to the city of Auburn on Labor Day weekend for a “Duesy” of an event.
Xisco’s Pops offers all natural popsicles across Fort Wayne. They are handmade in small batches. The popsicles don’t use any artificial flavoring or additives.
It’s a family-friendly showcase of local talent and a chance to participate in a wide variety of engaging and entertaining activities.
Two-EE’s Winery has only been open for a couple years, but that’s all it took to make international headlines.
Last year, Goodwill’s employment services provided 12,241 services to people.
Before the school day even started, a beloved elementary school teacher was struck and killed by a semi on Interstate 469.
FWCS superintendent Dr. Wendy Robinson said with transportation changes and building improvements, it’s taken the community to make it a smooth start of the year.
The service will take place Sunday, Aug. 30 from 4-5 p.m. at the North Campus Auditorium. It is free and open to the public.