The store opened up in January and offers a wide variety of dresses, veils and jewelry at a reasonable price.
Windsong Pictures is hosting a festival at Ivy Tech March 19. The educational film company works to produce films with students in northern Indiana.
Looking for a fun experiment to do with the kids? Science Central is giving households a clean and safe idea.
The deadline to register for the Girlz Rock conference is March 11.
Win three cartons of Prairie Farms Peeps Milk in a giveaway. Three contest winners will be selected every day until March 11.
The Embassy Theatre is hosting a community open house on March 30 between 2-7 p.m.
Science Central demonstrates balance ahead of its Roll, Drop, Bounce exhibit, which goes through May.
A local woman is biking across the nation to raise awareness and funds for affordable housing and wants the public’s help.
The project aims to honor women who have gone through trying times by telling their stories with an emphasis on the strength that comes from overcoming adversity.
The Atomic Sharks’ video game is set to premiere Monday, Feb. 22.
Thirteen local contemporary artists worked with 13 people who have turned their lives around to create pieces for this gallery fundraiser.
Heart Disease is the number one killer for both men and women, according to the American Heart Association.
This new festival downtown includes a heated tent to keep everyone warm despite the winter season.
Going out for Valentine’s Day and need a little help in the hair department? Pin-Up Curls has a couple of pointers.
More than 50 vendors will have the latest in outdoor fun including 20 Marine Dealers from Indiana and Michigan.
LongHorn Steakhouse and Teds Market joined First News to share some Big Game recipes.
It’s one of 200 artifacts The History Center is highlighting as part of its bicentennial celebration.
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.