Bishop Kevin Rhoades will speak about the political responsibility of Catholics, including the duty to vote according to a well-formed conscience.
The fire broke out inside a home at 1807 St. Marys Ave., near Archer Avenue. It’s not clear what caused the fire.
People will be able to download an app to their phone to sign up for the alerts, but, the system can also send notifications to all phones in a specified area.
To some amending the right to hunt and fish into the state constitution means you’re commemorating the roots of the state. To some, it’s a bit more political.
The number of people using the trails in Fort Wayne is up and the city wants to keep that trend going. Fort Wayne Trails took the first step Tuesday in asking for Regional Cities Funding.
Leaf pick-up in the City of Fort Wayne began Monday. Many are saying, though, that it’s too early and not enough leaves have fallen.
The $40 million, 12-story mixed-use Skyline Tower will feature 124 apartments over nine floors, as well as 170,000 square feet of retail and office space.
IPFW students received an email from the school Tuesday notifying them that Geology, Philosophy and Women’s Studies programs will be eliminated as of January 1, 2017.
The Council voted 6-3 to remove the language prohibiting firearms.
It’s not yet clear how Jonny Chambers died, though, as results of a Monday autopsy are still pending. Chambers was positively identified by tattoos on his body.
The Embassy Theatre will be getting a check from the Regional Cities initiative Tuesday. The cash will pull the building out of debt from recent work.
Several residents attended the Huntington Library’s board meeting, making emotional pleas to reconsider the decision to fire librarians who have been employed there for decades.
Our average daily high temps are now in the low 60s for this time of the year. But, that’s not how it’s been feeling outside.
We asked Tom Henry and Rusty York how they’re trying to keep us safe.
Pasztor admitted to NewsChannel 15 in an exclusive interview that she killed her two children and her neighbor in September.
The company is stopping production of a part made at the General Motors foundry. The layoffs are expected to take place by 2018 and are in addition to other layoffs set for 2017 according to Senator Sherrod Brown of Ohio.
Candidates for Superintendent of Public Instruction went back and forth during a televised debate held on IPFW’s campus Monday.
Girls on the Run is an international organization with a group right here in northeast Indiana.
Qualified applicants must be 21 to 35 years of age, possess a high school diploma or GED and a valid driver’s license.
Representatives from the campaign will be visiting to deliver free Trump-Pence yard signs, encourage early voting, and discuss the final, upcoming Presidential Debate.