Dr. Wendell Wheeler gives vaccinations to Ny-riel Wilson, as her mother Briana Steele, holds her on Tuesday, Feb. 3, 2015 in South Holland, Ill.  Ny-riel Wilson was not vaccinated for measles during this visit because she is too young for that vaccination.  Public health officials say they are investigating a cluster of measles cases in a suburban Chicago school. The Illinois and Cook County public health departments said Thursday morning that the cluster includes five children under age 1. Lab test confirm measles in two of the children. Test results are pending for the other three children but they have been diagnosed based on clinical and epidemiological criteria.(AP Photo/Chicago Tribune, Terrence Antonio James)

Measles case found in Fort Wayne

Patrons and employees of the Maysville Road Kohl’s and Walmart who were present at those stores on May 20 from 1-5 p.m. should monitor themselves.

Kash K9

Steuben Co. K-9 Kash dies

Kash, with the Steuben County Sheriff’s Department since 2011, died from complications from a long-term injury that took him out of service a year ago.

Michael A. Cozzi

State licensing board extends pain doctor’s suspension

Dr. Michael Cozzi’s license had been suspended for 90 days back in March and on Thursday the medical licensing board agreed to extend it for another 90 days so Cozzi’s attorney can prepare his case.

World War II vets make their way to the jet that will take them to Washington D.C.

Hundreds welcome home veterans on Honor Flight NEI

A group of 83 veterans from three different wars returned home from a trip to Washington D.C. with Honor Flight Northeast Indiana. This was the 20th group of veterans to take the trip.