NewsChannel 15 partnered with Honor Flight Northeast Indiana in this year’s Three Rivers Festival Parade.
Potential homeowners can apply from July 15 to September 30.
Police arrested a man after he entered the bank in Angola with the object and demanded to speak to the FBI.
Two people were hospitalized after their vehicle went off the road and crashed into a tree.
Robert Grayless is accused of stealing thousands of dollars in CPR class fees from St. Joe Township.
Fort Wayne police officers who break the department’s code of conduct will now face tougher punishments.
Motorboats are prohibited from being operated on the West Lakes chain of Waldron, Jones, Steinbarger and Tamarack until further notice.
Indiana-Purdue-Fort Wayne is receiving nearly $1.3 million in additional state funding due to actions by Gov. Mike Pence and Purdue University.
Now, the owner is working to clean up the mess and get his grills fired up for the weekend.
Pictures previewing the annual Steuben County event featuring hot-air balloons taking place on July 10 and 11.
Three businesses are damaged after a fire early Friday morning.
Police were called to Cheviot Drive around 11 p.m. Thursday.
A 30-year-old Fort Wayne died after being shot inside a car early Thursday evening in Fort Wayne. Police surrounded a home after the shooting took place as they searched for suspects, but they found no one after finally going inside.
The littlest special deputy in the country is back in action.
The competition gives contestants the chance to start their own business in Bluffton.
Two events have already been canceled, but organizers said everything else is still a go.
Before construction even begins on the building, the Redevelopment Commission will decide whether to financially help the company considering building the shell space.
People can fill out a damage assessment report form on the Indiana Department of Homeland Security’s website.
The money he’s accused of keeping should have been turned over to the St. Joseph Township Trustee in Allen County.
Jim Banks, Liz Brown, Pam Galloway, and Scott Wise all met with Republican voters Wednesday at a local golf club’s luncheon event.