15 Finds Out’s investigation on the process of getting an Amber Alert approved discovered police disagree on whether or not it needs to be changed.
When a text message blast was sent for an Amber Alert Tuesday but not for the one on Monday, 15 Finds Out went to the Indiana State Police for answers.
15 Finds Out has confirmed Sports and Spirits Bar and Grill is now closed. An attorney for the owners said the liquor license was placed in escrow with the state Tuesday morning.
A Papa John’s delivery driver was fired for inappropriately texting customers after he dropped off their pizzas.
The individuals, all 19, have been charged with criminal recklessness. It’s not clear who fired the shot that killed the 17-year-old.
Police hope more people keep giving them information in crimes after witness tips lead to three quick homicide arrests.
State Senator Jim Banks was “alarmed” when soldiers told him about a possible pinworm outbreak at two Army bases.
Three more accessible parking spots are now available in downtown Fort Wayne.
Military officials said there are no confirmed cases of pinworms, but said said they are still looking into what the worms could be.
As Chief Steve Reed settles into his new role on the Fort Wayne Police Department, he sat down with NewsChannel 15’s Alyssa Ivanson for his first in-depth interview as chief.
After stop arm cameras on one school bus were so successful, East Noble School Corporation is expanding the program to its entire fleet.
Changes could be coming to accessible parking in some county lots in downtown Fort Wayne after 15 Finds Out brought one man’s concerns to the county commissioners.
Dan Headlee tried to go to small claims court in downtown Fort Wayne and realized the accessible spots in the lot next to the building were for employees only.
In a 15 Finds Out exclusive interview, the director of the Department of Child Services said a lawsuit be the next step in the baby box debate.
The South Bend baby box is almost finished being built and should be installed by the end of July.
There’s one safe haven law in Indiana, but depending on who you ask, it could mean two different things in terms of applying to baby boxes.
A fund for the legal defense of a woman who uses a baby box if the state pursues abandonment charges against her is being created by the group behind Safe Haven Baby Boxes.
The boxes in Woodburn and Michigan City were put in place for people to surrender babies under the state’s Safe Haven law.
While the creator of Safe Haven Baby Boxes said the units are in the process of being safety certified, she wouldn’t release to 15 Finds Out what company is doing the safety testing or what it entails.
A landscape company looking to get paid for plowing parking lots more than a year ago is now taking the parking management company to court.