While shoppers say Turkey Day should just be for family, retailers said they’re still flocking to the stores.
Downtown Ft. Wayne is among the neighborhoods rallying around their retail shops by organizing a special event.
State Boulevard will be closed from Wells Street to Clinton Street for two weeks starting Monday, December 1.
Some orders for chocolates have been halted after fire gutted a candy warehouse and distribution center in northeast Ohio.
Thinking of adding a four-legged friend to your family? There are Black Friday deals you can take advantage of in Fort Wayne.
Police were looking for the 6-foot-5 senior defensive tackle, but weren’t available for comment Thursday.
Purdue University’s Department of Entomology is using a special robot to tackle the daunting task of digitizing the school’s collection of some 2 million insect specimens.
At Apple Glen’s Best Buy people were lined up for quite a long time; some as many as 30 hours! They were trying to get the best buys, no pun intended, on this year’s hottest items. The question we asked customers waiting in line: Is it really worth the wait? How much money are you really saving?
CrossFit, now a popular way to get in shape, isn’t just about strength and lifting a lot of weight. For Jill, it has given her a new lease on life.
Anthony Wayne Services started in Fort Wayne, but is now in eleven different states spanning from California to New Jersey. It serves around 8500 people nationwide with developmental or intellectual disabilities.
From the Galloping Gobbler to the Thanksgiving Gala at Hotel Fort Wayne and the thousand of meals at the Rescue Mission, there’s a lot to be thankful for in Fort Wayne.
Viewers sent in their holiday photos, including shots from the “Night of Lights” in downtown Fort Wayne.