On Wednesday boys basketball teams from all across Northeast Indiana spoke to WANE-TV at media day as they prepare for the upcoming season.
LaGrange County leaders voted against a proposal to require horses to wear devices that catch manure before it falls on the ground.
The Fort Wayne Police Department is asking for the public’s help solving the shooting death of a local teen back in August. Alonna Allison, 17,was caught in the middle of rival groups’ crossfire at a get-together with friends.
After reviewing more than 2,000 inspection listing reports, NewsChannel 15 discovered several habitual offenders with dozens of repeat violations.
Kosciusko County is now the 11th county collaborating with the Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership.
The 16-year-old boy was part of a tree crew that had been working when a felled tree landed on him.
The LaGrange County commissioners will meet at 6 p.m. to discuss a petition drive to require horses to be fitted with devices to catch manure before it falls to the ground.
Fort Wayne police issued a plea for information surrounding the shooting death of Alonna Allison: “You have details critical to the investigation.”
Firefighters responded to the fire at Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems, LLC off Riverfork Drive.
Incumbent Democratic mayor Tom Henry and Republican city councilman Mitch Harper will have a busy next couple of weeks preparing for Election Day.
The University of Saint Francis’ head football coach and former players are remembering the man who was fatally shot by police over the weekend. Corey Jones, 31 was a football player at USF, before moving to follow his dream.
A worker was fatally shocked in an accident at Haviland Plastic Products early Monday, an OSHA official confirmed Tuesday.
The city of Fort Wayne and Greater Fort Wayne Inc. are hosting the Downtown Blueprint Block Party at 5:30 p.m. Thursday on the Landing.
The pet friendly and family fun event is set for 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on Saturday, October 24 at Franke Park.
Farm economist said “remarkable” weather is helping Indiana farmers harvest their crops early following heavy summer rains.
Julia Baird authored “Imagine This: Growing Up with My Brother John Lennon.” She talked about the book and signed copies while at the Allen County Public Library Monday.
Five area universities and colleges are competing to get 100,000 pounds of food collectively.
The Greater Fort Wayne Business Political Action Committee made its recommendation based on written and in- person candidate evaluations.
The club invited election candidates to speak at its weekly meeting at Parkview Field.
Associate Professor of Law Chuck MacLean said people have the right to use reasonable force in an effort to protect their homes.