Two teens were critically hurt in a shooting Thursday evening. One of the victims was transported to a hospital and the other was found two miles away from where the shooting took place.
The mother of a teen who went missing from Whitley County nine months ago says her search won’t stop.
The commercial furniture manufacturer will move from Grabill to double its current production and office space in New Haven.
Three Rivers Distilling Company’s Harvester Vodka and Summit City Gin were both awarded. The distillery opened in April 2016 as northeast Indiana’s first craft distillery.
Track the snow as it moves through the area with NewsChannel 15’s Doppler 15 Fury Radar.
Some people don’t think the possible charges a suspect could face after a reported animal cruelty case is enough.
IPFW will be realigned and renamed in the coming months. Carwein, who was installed as chancellor in 2012, will retire by the end of 2017.
Bluffton Police said the 21-year-old had been playing with a gun and showing it off when it discharged. He was killed from a single gunshot wound to the head.
Swanigan will not hire an agent. The decision would allow Swanigan to return to the Boilermakers.
Dr. Bennet Omalu, the first doctor to identify the connection between traumatic brain injuries and football, spoke at IPFW as part of the Omnibus Lecture Series Tuesday night. He was featured in the movie “Concussion” staring Will Smith.
The family of 53-year-old Larry Herron, who was hit and killed while crossing Coliseum Boulevard Saturday night, make an emotional plea to the driver responsible for his death.
A deputy went to the house to deliver court papers and made the gruesome discovery.
IPFW Political Science Professor Mike Wolf said Sen. Joe Donnelly’s move to endorse Neil Gorsuch only reiterates how much of a moderate he is, and he won in 2012 because of this. However, as parties continue to get more divided will he get the support of Democrats next year during his race for reelection?
Buckhorn Inc. will lay off 86 employees when it closes its plant along Decker Drive beginning in early June.
Indiana Tech will build a new track and field facility, a 350-seat, lighted softball stadium, and a 10,000-square-foot athletic training and office facility within Memorial Park.
A 2010 Toyota Camry was driving westbound in the eastbound lanes of U.S. 24 when it struck, head on, an eastbound 2003 Mazda Protégé.
A Chicago man was sentenced to 38.5 years in prison Monday after he pleaded guilty to OWI charges in a February 2016 crash that caused the deaths of three international students from Manchester University.
The stations of Northeast Indiana Public Radio, 89.1 WBOI and Classical 94.1 WBNI, will move into a building at 210 E. Jefferson Blvd., near the central branch of the YMCA.
Teams are forming now for the JDRF One Walk.
The event is Friday, May 12. It’s free to attend, but online registration is required due to limited seating.