The ACLU sued officials in Allen County in July contending a new law wrongfully barred two registered sex offenders from attending church services.
Since August, the Fort Wayne Fire Department has saved 15 lives by administering naloxone.
U.S. Army Sgt. Jeremy Stockert, currently stationed in Texas, surprised his son Colt and daughter Natasha during Cedar Canyon Elementary School’s annual Veterans Day program Wednesday.
In the couple of weeks that the Better Business Bureau’s local chapter began offering its new scam tracker, employees have processed nearly 50 scams in the 23 counties it covers.
Police found the gun at the home of an Ohio man who’d been arrested for trying to steal a sculpture in Decatur.
General Electric Citizens Committee Group, formed to explore potential uses for the dilapidated GE campus near downtown, will meet again Thursday.
Emily Herx filed a federal gender discrimination case against the Fort Wayne-South Bend Diocese in 2012, arguing that the diocese treated male teachers in similar situations differently.
A juvenile passenger was listed in serious condition.
Officers were called to Kinnaird Avenue after someone reported a suspicious vehicle in an alley.
Some Fort Wayne gas stations are selling a gallon of regular unleaded for $1.989.
FWPD said the owner of a store was robbed in the parking lot.
The stretch of road that will be repaired is between Coliseum Boulevard and Washington Center Road.
The Salvation Army gives NewsChannel 15 a look at the other side of the collection process as the holidays approach.
It may be surprising, but traffic stops are one of the most dangerous parts of a police officer’s job. FWPD hope the video will serve as an opportunity to better educate the public.
Police have asked for the public’s help to find the culprit, and Crime Stoppers has offered a cash reward for information.
Country music recording artist Easton Corbin was set to play Saturday at the Embassy Theatre. “Unforeseen schedule changes” forced the cancellation of the show.
Firefighters were called Monday to a home in the 17600 block of Wesley Chapel Road around noon. The homeowner’s body was found around 2:45 p.m. on the property.
Allen Superior Judge Frances Gull was honored Tuesday with the National Center for State Courts’ 2015 G. Thomas Munsterman Award for Jury Innovation.