Northeast Indiana is no stranger to hazardous rail shipments and derailments. 15 Finds Out gets an exclusive look at the response plan should an oil train derail.
15 Finds Out digs deeper into proposed oil train regulations that could directly impact the safety of thousands in northeast Indiana.
Some emergency responders in northeast Indiana had no idea about the growing number of local oil trains until 15 Finds Out began asking questions.
NewsChannel 15’s Adam Widener sheds light on a hazard rolling through northeast Indiana that you might not even know existed.
Bill Hosler’s official complaint was one of a handful that helped launch the Attorney General’s lawsuit against members of the Sandbox Veterans.
He’s the man accused in the Eby Avenue shooting caught on camera. But Charles Benson was once a 1st grader in Ft. Wayne. What went wrong? 15 Finds Out investigates.
A riverfront development study has labeled Superior Street as a focal point for future plans. Many homeless people and social services fill that area.
What’s the future for the hundreds of homeless living in the middle of prime downtown property?
Monday at 6, 15 Finds Out takes a closer look at the future for the down and out downtown.
The Indiana Attorney General’s office is looking into a curb painting service in connection with its investigation into the Sandbox Veterans.
A crew’s tactics toward selling a curb painting service have raised red flags for police, homeowners, and the Better Business Bureau.
After a weekend without water, life is finally getting back to normal for close to half a million people in Toledo, including a newlywed couple.
The owner of a Columbia City tanning salon says her business has experienced two cases of voyeurism in the past six months.
The Sandbox Veterans dissolved following a 15 Finds Out investigation. Now the members claim to be with the “Catholic Veterans of Illinois.”
Someone from within the 122nd Fighter Wing filed a formal complaint accusing Colonel David Augustine of carelessly spending tax dollars since he was appointed in January of 2011.
Changes may soon be coming to a police retirement law after a 15 Finds Out investigation. The Fort Wayne Police Department employs at least eight officers who are currently violating the city’s mandatory retirement law. 15 Finds Out first reported the violations Tuesday. Now, at least one city councilman says he’s working to revise the law.
But what is rare in Indianapolis is a reality in Fort Wayne, where at least two officers are currently over the age of 70. That violates the state’s mandatory retirement code.
It’s a little-known law in which the Fort Wayne Police Department is in direct violation. City code states officers must retire before they turn 60-years-old.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – On March 10, Dave Drake thought he would be moving furniture out of a storage unit and into a … More »