A man tested three times the legal BAC limit after he was seen doing donuts and fishtailing on an ice covered lake.
Kyle Dehart, 22, now faces two preliminary counts of murder and one count of obstruction of justice.
Fort Wayne fire crews responded to a porch fire around 1:30 p.m. Saturday on the northwest side of town.
Three people are behind bars facing several drug charges after what started as a welfare check on a juvenile.
With one round of chemotherapy to go, a young boy and his family are overwhelmed with support.
Twenty-seven years after a 10-year-old was raped, the assailant Robert Quinn was brought to justice. Fort Wayne area resident Erika Monroe spoke exclusively to NewsChannel 15 and hopes her story will help other victims of violence.
Saturday marked the 20th annual Doctor’s Day at Science Central.
St. Mary’s says it shut down the employees’ email accounts as soon as the January attack was detected.
Cynthia Bratton and her two daughters will move into their new home in Fuller’s Landing in the next to weeks.
The pancake breakfast is also a a fundraiser that benefits programs such as ‘Kops 4 Kids’, ‘Bicycle Helmet’, and ‘Forgotten Families.’
Book and food lovers will unite for one day to enjoy delectable creations for the annual event.
The project will track students entering kindergarten this fall and send test scores back to their preschools to help them improve.
Three people were arrested after police checked on a juvenile and investigated a suspicious car that had multiple drug related items inside it.
Investigators found meth generators, precursors, paraphernalia and marijuana inside a room at the Hometown Inn in New Haven.
The shooting happened in the 1900 block of Hobson Road just before 11 p.m., according to police.
NewsChannel 15 has learned that an ordinance will be introduced that would change the grievance process if an employee is disciplined or fired.
Following another oil train derailment, Sen. Joe Donnelly’s office thinks regulators need to make oil trains safer as soon as possible.
For the last six years, one man has made it his mission to clean all 91 blocks of downtown Fort Wayne.
The City of Fort Wayne is closing the street to make repairs on sewer lines. The road is expected to reopen Tuesday.
Family and friends said their final farewells to Fort Wayne firefighter Nate Mills on Friday. Mills died Sunday after a long battle with cancer.