Ten banners have been added so far this year to honor the men and women in our community who are serving our country.
Michael S. Brown, an 11-year year veteran of the Fort Wayne Fire Department, was sworn in Monday as district chief of EMS.
Fire destroyed an abandoned house in Huntington County early Monday morning.
Thousands of area residents took the opportunity to visit Fort Wayne attractions at no cost as part of “Be a Tourist in your own Hometown.”
In the mid- 1990s, the Allen County Courthouse Preservation Trust was created with the purpose of restoring the building to its former glory.
The neighborhood has put on the tour for 33 years now, which serves the primary fundraiser to help restore and rehab other homes.
Some motorists said they waited at a complete stop for more than 30 minutes while the roads were closed.
Martin Fisher from The Science Central shows NewsChannel 15’s Gina Glaros and Rob Lydick how air pressure works using a leaf blower and a racket ball.
More than 600 new jobs are coming to Fort Wayne from companies like Sweetwater and Excellon Technologies.
Korea’s D.H. Lee shot a 6-under-par 66 to take a three-shot lead after three rounds of the Hotel Fitness Championship, the first of four Web.com Tour Finals events.
The Girl Scouts of Northern Indiana Michiana hosted a recruiting ice cream social Saturday.
The 17th annual Buddy Walk was held Saturday at Parkview Field.
The 4th annual Pits in the Park event was held Saturday to celebrate a breed of dog that is often misunderstood.
The 16th annual event is free and open to everyone.
With an added 120,000 square feet, at a cost of about $14.5 million, the new Plassman Athletic Center at Turnstone will allow the organization to help people with disabilities like never before.
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Police in Kentucky arrested the man they believe was on a three day string of robberies, including two that happened in Indiana.
The annual free Allen County Safety Fair was Saturday at Jefferson Point.
The three day festival will feature classes in crochet, knitting, quilting, sewing, card making, cross-stitch, beading, floral arranging and painting.
One person was taken to the hospital in serious condition after a crash on U.S. 30 early Saturday morning.