Elkhart County Deputy Prosecutor Vicki Becker said in the aftermath of an interview where Pasztor admitted to killing her children and neighbor getting a fair trial will be the main focus.
October 11 is the last day to register to vote and the numbers show many already have. Registration numbers are higher than the last general election and early voting numbers are predicted to also be higher than 2012.
A Monday afternoon traffic stop tied up traffic near Jefferson and Broadway in downtown. Fort Wayne Police Detective John Chambers said the stop involved a stolen vehicle in a funeral procession.
The event will be held October 14-16, 20-23 and 27-31. Each day of the event will be “theme days” that feature separate events apart from the traditional trick-or-treating, mini maze, animal sculptures made out of pumpkins, and children-friendly activities.
Forensic Psychologist Dr. Stephen Ross explains what could cause a parent to commit filicide or infanticide.
Officers were dispatched to Sunoco gas station at 5133 Coldwater Road at approximately 8:56 p.m.
FWPD Sargent Bradley Schulz shares the story of when he killed someone at the scene of an armed robbery, and how he recovered from that experience.
Fort Wayne Community Schools hope to add replacing 37 buses to their 2017 budget.
Several options will be available for early voting, beginning on Wednesday and continuing until November 7. All voters registered in Allen County are eligible for early voting.
Amber Pasztor spoke with NewsChannel 15’s Brett Thomas Monday via a video feed from the Elkhart County Jail. She explained how the Amber Alert played a role in her decision to kill her children and she also admitted to killing her neighbor, Frank Macomber during the interview that lasted nearly 40 minutes.
If you have not registered to vote yet, you have until Tuesday, October 11 to do so. Allen County residents can vote either online, by mail, or in person.
According to the documentary, the federal government estimates that ninety percent of Americans know they should have conservations about end-of-life care, yet only 30 percent have done so.
The FWPD has been requested to collect needles and syringes and advises anyone who locates a needle or syringe can place them into the trash.
From October 19 through October 21, the daycare will offer group games and activities, a movie, learning opportunities and field trips.
There’s still time to purchase tickets with the proceeds being used to support the organization’s programs.
The event will be hosted at Fort Wayne VAMC Auditorium on Thursday, October 13 from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.
Fourteen vehicles were broken into late Saturday or early Sunday on Auburn’s northeast and southeast sides.
The 5K will be held Saturday, November 19 through the animated light displays of the Fantasy of Lights at Franke Park.
More than 570,000 people visited the zoo’s animals in 2016.
The event will feature a silent auction of approximately 77 purses and live experience auction.