Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry will deliver his 2017 State of the City Address at noon on Wednesday, Feb. 15 at the Grand Wayne Center.
The Young Leaders of Northeast Indiana (YLNI) is leading the final push before Tuesday’s vote.
NewsChannel 15 caught up with people who have made their way back from Washington D.C. after experiencing the presidential inauguration of Donald Trump.
With 23 January days now in the books, only five of those have not seen fog.
Crews have started the process to improve Bass Road as they cut down trees to clear the area.
H.O.P.E. for Animals in Fort Wayne hosted their 60,000th spay/neuter celebration Monday and two lucky customers were given free spay/neuter surgeries.
According to court documents, a mother was charged with neglect and drug dealing when her 17-month-old daughter was found unresponsive after chewing on a baggie containing cocaine.
The crash happened along U.S. 33 near the intersection with C.R. 750 East near Churubusco.
A woman who endured two failed kidney transplants and was desperately seeking a third donor finally received her miracle.
The airline lifted the ground stop about an hour after it was initiated due to a computer problem.
Science Central’s Martin Fisher brought in tunic forks, balloons, popsicle sticks and rubber bands to demonstrate sound.
Each week The Honeywell Foundation in Wabash will highlight an important aspect of the foundation and associate it with a giveaway.
Owner of Roanoke-based fine dining restaurant La Dolce Vita came to FirstNews Sunday to show everyone how to make easy, one-pot chili.
28 recruits will start the 21-week program Monday morning. The goal of the class is to get the force up to 460 officers… the number budgeted by the city.
The Allen County Right to Life event has been held since the 1973 Roe v. Wade U.S. Supreme Court decision.
An attic fire damaged a portion of The DeHayes Group Insurance building on West Jefferson Boulevard.
Fort Wayne UNITED hosted an event that aimed to create a space for black men to talk openly about relationships between law enforcement and residents.
Love, an eight-month-old pit bull mix, was by rescued Animal Care and Control with a muzzle taping his mouth shut, which caused extreme swelling. The Allen County SPCA is now committed to finding him a home.
Hundreds attended two separate rallies in Allen and Steuben counties.
Jeff Matchett from AT&T stopped by FirstNews Saturday to talk about some the latest fitness wearables to make workouts a little more bearable.