In the NewsChannel 15 special series Hidden Predators, 15 Finds Out uncovers the prevalence of human sex trafficking in northeast Indiana.
The 122nd Fighter Wing’s security force The Defenders had been stationed in Kuwait, tasked with defending the perimeter as law enforcement agents.
The Universal Education Foundation educates on Islam. Its leader is an immigrant from Pakistan who says Muslims feel safe in Fort Wayne but are worried for the country.
The University of Saint Francis is hosting a program to make the community more aware of human trafficking, ahead of the Feb. 5 Super Bowl, which is considered a magnet for human trafficking.
A young, female mastodon skeleton was collected by students in the 1960s and is a size, age, sex and class not well represented in museum collections.
Which color of Gatorade will be dumped on the winning coach? Let’s take an educated guess.
The work is expected to start on or after Monday, January 30.
The executive order signed Friday temporarily bans citizens, from seven Muslim-majority countries, from entering the United States for the next 90 days.
Several flights at Fort Wayne International Airport were affected.
INDOT is dispatching dozens of salt trucks in northeast Indiana as light snow has created slick roads in several areas.
Nearby residents and the neighborhood association are growing concerned with the effigy of the 45th President.
Investigators said a driver ran a stop sign at an intersection with U.S. 6 east of Butler.
The crash happened in Pleasant Lake at Old U.S. 27 and Bellfontaine Road.
A clerk at a convenience store spotted smoke and flames billowing from the Islamic Center of Victoria at around 2 a.m. and called the fire department.
Several state police were seen removing items from a blue van stopped on I-69 northbound right before the I-469 eastbound interchange. Troopers on the scene indicated the items being removed were part of a narcotics investigation.
My Hometown features stories about local entrepreneurs, hobbyist or business owners. This month’s features Fort Wayne’s only indoor skatepark, with a place for skateboards, BMX bikes, and scooters.
Science Central’s Martin Fisher brought in tonic water and a black light to demonstrate phosphorescence, a type of cold light.
A Fort Wayne nursing sorority is tackling infant mortality with a string of public information announcements and a social media campaign.
The group Americans For Prosperity has an alternative plan for legislators before an increase in taxes. They hosted a town hall meeting Saturday.
Animal Defenders International called on the Fort Wayne community to stay away from the circus earlier this week and organized the protest outside of the Memorial Coliseum.