The judges were on a list of 15 finalists who will interview for the position on the state’s highest court.
Thousands of people took advantage of the nice weather Friday to wash to dirt, salt and grime off their vehicles. What they found were long lines and long waits.
Motorists who come up on dark traffic lights should treat the intersection as a four-way stop.
A Phil’s One Stop employee doing maintenance on fuel pumps found the skimmer and alerted police.
Hamilton will lead the Fort Wayne Police Department’s new community relations division. Sources told NewsChannel 15 that Hamilton’s “lack of leadership” over the department led to his demotion.
Jason Custer will replace Robert Ross, who announced Wednesday plans to retire. He’ll sit on the bench in the Allen Superior Court Misdemeanor and Traffic Division.
Attorney General Mike DeWine says the testing that led to that milestone helped identify hundreds of alleged attackers.
A colorful display now illuminates the Plaza in downtown Fort Wayne.
Now all of the information will be compiled into a report and sent on to Greater Fort Wayne Inc..
The state grant will be used to boost the region’s manufacturing and skilled trade sectors where thousands of new jobs are expected to be created over the next decade.
The woman was killed along with her 4-year-old son after a dispute over a family trust worth millions.
Indiana State Board of Election will hold a hearing Friday Feb. 19 to decide if Todd Young is eligible to run for U.S. Senate.
Leaders from across the state are fighting hard to keep UTEC and Carrier in Indiana. They know it’s a long shot, but said it’d be irresponsible not to at least try.
Many people with dementia feel isolated and disconnected, so the parks department said it’s important to have opportunities to participate in community activities.
Shows go Feb. 19-21 and Feb. 26-28.
The grant will fund curriculum in northeast Indiana focused on key manufacturing and skilled trades-related jobs for students and adults.
Sens. Joe Donnelly and Dan Coats, Congressmen Andre Carson and Marlin Stutzman and Gov. Mike Pence asked to meet with executives from United Technologies Corp., which plans to moves its Carrier Corp. and UTEC operations to Mexico.
Police say an unidentified person stopped in front of a residence in the 3200 block of E 100 N firing off two shots.
In the hopes of helping others, a Fort Wayne couple talks openly about how drug addiction affected their family. They have a warning for other parents about what to look for and who’s supplying drugs to your kids.
From catching touchdown passes from Drew Brees to hitting the books; Saints WR Willie Snead is back at Ball State to finish his college career.