The game allows players the chance to become immersed in one of four scenarios.
Science Central is helping Fort Wayne get ready for the first solar eclipse to cross the U.S. in almost 100 years
Kevin Kohrman’s life on the farm is much different than his life behind the turntable.
Family-friendly events that won’t cost you a penny!
Tyler Sherwin performs around Fort Wayne and is growing his brand.
Their menu reflects Low Country influences and often includes shrimp, crab, and Korean barbecue, among others.
It’s always a good idea to try your hand at some plants you’ve never grown before.
Sawflies and black spot can impact your roses during the summer months.
This is the 49th year for the festival, which draws thousands of people downtown annually.
One of Fort Wayne’s newest food trucks happens to be a converted school bus!
Some tips on finding sturdy perennials that are also good for honey bees.
If you’re looking for an inexpensive way to liven up a spot in your yard or garden, direct seeding may be something to consider.
Many people choose to put mulch in their yards and gardens this time of year to promote healthy soil and block weeds around plants.
Andrea Salyers, the general manager of Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen in Fort Wayne, stopped by First News Saturday to give us a few summer grilling ideas.
Kyle Holmes from Fort Wayne LongHorn Steakhouse joined Rob and Sara on First News Saturday to show how to grill up some delicious ribs and more.
From wireless phone chargers to bluetooth headsets, we’ve got you covered.
In Indiana, it’s estimated the average student has more than $29,000 in college loans.
Hundreds of bikers participated in the six annual Fort4Fitness event.
Half the proceeds of Ultimate and Works Washes on Saturday will benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters.
Want to make a Mint Julep at home to enjoy during the Run for the Roses, but aren’t sure how?