15 Finds Out investigates the benefits and drawbacks of using grand juries in homicide investigations.
15 Finds Out digs deeper into the benefits and challenges of grand juries. Don’t miss The Jury’s Out, Thursday at 6.
A Fort Wayne Police Department investigation resulted in two men being arrested on felony counts of child exploitation and possession of child pornography.
House of Hunan was shut down last August when a customer found a cockroach in her food. It’s now back open under the name Hunan Express.
While education and awareness are the first steps in combating sex trafficking, eliminating the demand is what it will take to truly stop it.
Trump called human trafficking a problem that is “not talked about enough” and said he would order the departments of Justice and Homeland Security to take a hard look at the resources they are devoting to addressing the issue.
Part 4 of this Hidden Predators, an in-depth look at human trafficking in Fort Wayne, airs tonight at 6 p.m. on WANE-TV, followed by a live panel discussion on human trafficking at 7 p.m. on wane.com.
Social media is designed to connect people, but it also makes it easier for predators to connect with their next victim.
NewsChannel 15 hosted a panel discussion on the problem of human trafficking in Fort Wayne and northeast Indiana on Thursday, February 23 at 7 p.m. Watch the replay.
Why did you keep letting it happen? Why didn’t you just leave? Why didn’t you call the police? All questions survivors of human trafficking are asked all too often.
Part 2 of 15 Finds Out’s investigation, Hidden Predators, airs tonight at 6 p.m. on WANE-TV.
It’s considered modern-day slavery; forcing people to work in labor services or the sex trade against their will through physical force or manipulation and coercion.
In the NewsChannel 15 special series Hidden Predators, 15 Finds Out uncovers the prevalence of human sex trafficking in northeast Indiana.
There are two bills filed in the Indiana statehouse this session that deal with baby boxes, but neither would change the Safe Haven law.
The number of Operating While Intoxicated arrests the Fort Wayne Police Department made last year is down 50 percent from ten years ago. That drop is double the national decline.
The FWFD will receive funding from TRAA to offset the investments made by the City of Fort Wayne that will result in a firefighter paramedic or advanced EMT on every fire engine.
Scammers can find people’s personal information more easily than you’d think, but the BBB said there are some easy ways to protect yourself from identity theft.
The Better Business Bureau is warning against a foreign website that links people’s personal information to a vehicle’s VIN.
People will be able to download an app to their phone to sign up for the alerts, but, the system can also send notifications to all phones in a specified area.
Allen County’s alert system for a few months would be used for all kinds of alerts like weather emergencies or traffic hazards, but it could also help get the word out to the public about an abducted child faster than the Amber Alert process.