The bird flu epidemic continues to spread. The latest case just helps confirm that Indiana health officials need to continue to watch for the virus in the Hoosier State.
The new law allows consumers to ship wine to their homes without visiting a winery and signing paperwork first. It takes effect in July.
There are three camps offered in June and July for children age seven thought sixteen.
Doctors across the country have said they’re seeing people coming in for allergy treatments who have never had any problems before.
A truck rear-ended a buggy in Grabill Thursday afternoon. The buggy was in several pieces after the crash.
The roundabout connects Ewing Street, Fairfield Avenue, Superior Street and Wells Street.
Bike to work day is Friday and for those considering taking part or wondering what it’s like to cycle to their place of employment, here’s a first hand look captured on video.
The counting began on February 17, 2015 and finished on May 13, 2015.
Leaders at East Noble Schools hope they’ll get enough support later this year to build a new middle school.
Waterloo station leaders say the massive train derailment in Philadelphia that left seven people dead and more than 200 injured is once again bringing another local concern to the surface.
Bob Thomas, who owns five car dealerships in Fort Wayne and Indianapolis, said he wants to wind down his career by serving the people of Indiana in an elected office.
15 Finds Out continues its investigative series into progress/concerns in southeast Fort Wayne.