More than 250 players from 22 states came together in the Summit City this weekend for a regional competition.
Performances include street drummers, dancers, musicians, caricature artists, magicians, jugglers, stilt walkers, and more. You can also see many works of art along with professional living statues “Country Boy Fountain” and “Marie Antoinette”.
Erin’s House For Grieving Children joins NewsChannel 15’s First News Sunday offering tips for both parents and teachers to talk with grieving children.
A female passenger on the plane was taken to a hospital in Fort Wayne.
Crews arrived at 406 Violet Court one minute after the alarm was made.
Jessica Hayes is the first consecrated virgin in the Fort Wayne-South Bend Diocese in 25 years. Hundreds of people attended the spiritual marriage Saturday morning.
The Whitley County prosecutor released more details Saturday night about a shooting that killed a man in South Whitley on Friday night.
Smith Field Airport hosted its annual event where Boy Scouts get the chance to earn their aviation merit badge.
The FDA notes that the Duragesic patch, which releases fentanyl, is the only other opioid approved for children.
The program allows a financial coach and client to create a personalized program to help reach financial goals.
It happened on the 3000 block of Maumee Avenue near Memorial Park around 3:20 a.m. Saturday August 15.
Bryan Fisher, a coach at Northridge, and David Priestley, a coach at Lakeland, are helping each other go through heart transplants.
Elvis stood on the roof at Heritage Park Senior Living Community until he raised enough money for the Alzheimer’s Association.
The workers used one of their vacation days volunteering in IPFW’s garden, which will be used as for an event for SCAN.
The $1.4 million project should be completed by late November.
Fort Wayne Community Schools was one of 16 districts nationwide to be awarded a portion of $16.2 million from the U.S. Department of Education.
It happened Tuesday night when a pipe at the Wolcottville Waste Water Treatment Plant broke, sending some of the harmful chemical more than four miles away to the Elkhart River.
On July 23, McCoy said that investigation was closed and the theft, unresolved.
About 300 residents had to evacuate their apartments after the water pipe broke.
The city is looking to fill regular and part-time positions. The job starts at a little more than $11 an hour.