The 30th annual Festival of Gingerbread opens November 25, closes for Thanksgiving Day, and reopens November 27 to December 13.
Riverworks Design Group, a collaborative enterprise between several local design companies, will engineer and design the riverfront promenade.
The homeowner planned a sequel to last year’s extravaganza, which included hundreds of lights, a live camel, carolers and Santa Claus.
Thousands gathered downtown Fort Wayne for the annual Night of Lights.
Know these five political facts before sitting down to your family Thanksgiving dinner.
The berm through the Eagle Marsh nature preserve is designed to prevent carp from crossing from the Wabash River watershed into the Maumee River.
Parents were upset the school is closing and neighbors were upset they weren’t allowed inside the school for the meeting.
FWPD said a truck traveling at a high rate of speed clipped one vehicle and crashed into two others.
Three people were taken to the hospital after the crash Tuesday night.
The average gas price in Fort Wayne is $1.70. Although it’s expected to slightly go up, it’s still the second lowest over the last decade.
Police were called to U.S. 30 and County Road 300 East near the Paige’s Crossing Tuesday afternoon.
IPFW incorrectly calculated financial aid elements, with more than $42,000 in impermissible financial aid given to 52 student-athletes, over a four-year period.
Fort Wayne Community Schools said in a tweet Tuesday morning the school was being evacuated.
More than 1,000 came to The Franciscan Center early Tuesday – the first lining up at 1 a.m. – for the annual “Turkey Tuesday” event.
Neighbors told NewsChannel 15 one of the two men living at the house was installing a new furnace when the explosion happened.
The ACLU of Indiana claims the governor’s plans to suspend refugee resettlement programs are unconstitutional.
The lawsuit, filed on behalf of Exodus Refugee Immigration, is in response to the governor announcing Syrian refugees would not be allowed to resettle in Indiana.
The meeting will be held Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. at the elementary school for parents of students.
A sculpture designed to be an abstract view of a city skyline is now lit up at Superior Circle.
Wind farm will help generate power for new Ohio distribution centers.