A semi and a Pontiac Grand Prix collided in the intersection of U.S. 33 and U.S. 127 just north of Celina, Ohio. It’s not clear who had the right of way.
The riverfront project will stretch from Wells to Harrison streets on both banks of the St. Marys River. Riverfront construction will begin in July and is anticipated to take 18 months.
The show “13 Reasons Why” prompted the superintendent of Southwest Allen County Schools to send a letter to parents encouraging them to talk with their children about suicide.
If passed students wouldn’t be allowed to carry book bags, coats, and large purses.
They’re called flippers. They buy homes, fix them up, and then sell them for a profit. There are dozens of TV shows about people who flip for a living, and now, one of those shows is going to be filmed in Northeast Indiana.
Sarah and Bryan Ray tried for years to have a baby before deciding to adopt. When their adoption agency abruptly closed, they had even more struggles.
Nearly three months after two teenagers were killed in Delphi, NewsChannel 15 is traveling back to the small community to see how the community is coping with the unsolved crime.
A stretch of Calhoun Street will temporarily be closed to vehicles so walkers, bike riders, roller skaters and anyone else can easily take advantage of the activities featuring live music, golf, Fort Wayne Derby Girls, soccer, BMX riders and pickleball.
Fox Island Park saw more than four inches of rain in the last week which left the park’s roads, emergency exit routes and festival areas under water.
Students at DeKalb High School and Huntington North High School partnered with IPFW to hand-make 300 bowls. For $15, attendees received a ceramic bowl and a soup lunch.
Auditions are available in both Fort Wayne and Whitley County. They will test students on pitch matching, rhythmic skills, and music theory.
The incident took place just before 11 p.m. Monday in DeKalb County after the driver of a pickup truck had gotten out of his vehicle to tell a police officer stopped on the shoulder of I-69 about a possible drunk driver.
NewsChannel 15 first told you about the virtual technology back in March when a Missouri company flew to Fort Wayne to give a veteran facing a terminal diagnosis the tour of Washington D.C. he deserves.
USA Men’s Basketball National Team Director Sean Ford wants to see how the Coliseum stacks up. He and his crew are travelling to four or five NBA D-league cities to see which one is worthy of hosting a USA World Cup Qualifier in February 2018.
The new sewer district will bring sanitary sewer service to the Tonkel Road and Popp Road areas and unincorporated areas of Allen County.
Two off-duty officers and a nurse are credited with saving an 8-year-old boy after he collapsed on second base during a baseball game in Kimmell on Saturday and went into a seizure.
Fort Wayne, Ind. (WANE) – A dance workout that originated in Los Angeles called Groov3 is being taught at the Fort Wayne Dance Collective.… More »
Several national chains have announced closures at Fort Wayne-area stores. It’s part of a changing retail landscape examined in a series of special reports.
The memorial for Indiana State Trooper Jason Beal was rededicated Sunday. His memorial was remade last year, but it was never properly dedicated in his honor.
The month-long event allows women to help build a home for a family in need.