McCarthy’s win wasn’t a total knockout. The Warner Bros. superhero smackdown starring Ben Affleck as the Dark Knight and Henry Cavill as the Man of Steel nabbed $23.4 million in its third weekend.
Science Central’s Martin Fischer joins NewsChannel 15 to demonstrate experiments focused on light.
Galloway is a physician turned politician who is running for Indiana ‘s 3rd district representative in Congress.
The Better Business Bureau will host the event Thursday, April 21. It’s open to businesses and consumers.
The MTV Movie Awards serves as a marketing platform for summer movies.
Kevin Hart and Dwayne Johnson will host the ceremony Saturday night at Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank, California.
Fully self-driving cars may be the future of the automotive industry, but they aren’t yet up to the demands of real-world driving, several people told the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration during a public meeting Friday.
The outlet sale is April 13-17 at the Memorial Coliseum.
James wasn’t just working, he was also filming a commercial for Blaze.
If you’ve been a longtime customer of Netflix, your bill may be going up starting in May.
Heather Headley, a graduate of Northrop High School in Fort Wayne, replaces Jennifer Hudson in Broadway’s current revival of The Color Purple.
Trent Harmon defeated La’Porsha Renae to become the 15th and final winner of “American Idol,” which ended its remarkable run Thursday.
KISS will bring its Freedom to Rock Tour to the Memorial Coliseum on August 12. Tickets go on sale Friday, April 15 at 10 a.m.
Trent Harmon and La’Porsha Renae were the final two contestants for the show’s final season.
“Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” looks back to the events before 1977’s “A New Hope.” It hits theaters on Dec. 16.
A masterful guitarist, fiddler and songwriter as well as singer, the Country Music Hall of Famer recorded for more than 40 years, releasing dozens of albums and No. 1 hits.
Chris Stapleton won six of seven ACMs on Sunday night, including album of the year for “Traveller” and song of the year for “Nobody to Blame” at the 51st annual Academy of Country Music Awards.
Representative Todd Young is one of three candidates running for U.S. Senate.
Republican Mark Baringer is running for the 3rd district.
The band announced on its website and in a press release that a limited number of tickets at a very old-school price of $10 apiece would be available.