History Center Executive Director Todd Pelfrey shared several special artifacts including the first registration book from the Daughters of the American Revolution, an 1882 model “Up-Type” Type Writer, and many others.
A partition separating concertgoers from the stage at the BB&T Pavilion in Camden, New Jersey, collapsed, causing people to fall onto the concrete below.
Adele may be one of pop music’s biggest stars, but she says her fame and fortune didn’t prevent her credit card from being declined at an H&M store.
Being Harry Potter, the boy who lived, is a tough job. Can you imagine being his child? “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” will be officially presented on the stage.
Xavier University in Cincinnati has partnered with a French company to install the first Pizza ATM which will hold 70 pies.
Take a look at these free activities going on this weekend.
Sports channels are among the most expensive for cable and satellite TV companies and are usually included in big cable bundles. That drives up the bill for all customers, whether they enjoy watching ball games or not.
Nine-year-old Zion Harvey tossed the baseball to Orioles centerfielder Adam Jones before Baltimore hosted the Texas Rangers on Tuesday night.
The “Roar” and “Firework” songstress Katy Perry released yet another inspirational tune, “Rise,” just in time for the DNC in Philadelphia, Pa., and the Rio Olympics. Now she’s teasing a new music video for the song, slated for release on Aug. 4.
Historians Ken Burns and David McCullough ask historians to post their opinions about Donald Trump’s candidacy.
The Autism Society of Indiana will host an Autism Acceptance one-mile walk fundraiser on Sunday, September 11, at the Allen County Fairgrounds.
The rattling Mean Streak will close Sept. 16. Cedar Point said it is making way for “future development” in its FrontierTown area.
The stage play “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” had its gala opening Saturday in London’s West End and is already the theater event of the year.
The park says a break that affected the main line supplying the water park forced it to shut down early on Saturday.
The first day for SACS is Monday August 15. The final day is May 26.
The race, which has drawn thousands of people over the years, includes a one mile Kids’ Fun Run, games, live music, pony rides and food.
The conference is August 11 – 12. It’s meant to give inspiration leaders throughout the entire community.
A 42-year-old skydiver with more than 18,000 jumps made history when he became the first person to leap without a parachute and land in a net instead.
Mark Newman from the Indiana Office of Tourism and Development stopped by First News Saturday to talk about the various attractions across the state.
NewsChannel 15 is taking you inside those kitchens with a new segment called Cookin’ on Wheels.