The community is invited to tour more than 20 rooms from the historic mansion, which was built in the early 1900s.
After last year’s winter forced so many schools to close, some leaders at the state level are asking if e-learning should count as a day in the classroom?
A woman who was a pioneer of aviation is being honored with her second Congressional Gold Medal for her work in World War II.
An employee told police two armed men walked into the Columbia City convenience store and demanded cash.
The Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society has started an online ticketing system through which 75 tickets are sold for each hour of operation, plus 30 to 40 tickets sold for each hour to walk-in customers.
According to police, during the holiday season, more shoppers will use paper currency over credit or debit cards.
A pastor from Fort Wayne joined the hundreds who made the 130-mile ‘Journey for Justice’ trek in Missouri.
A civil rights professor and head of multicultural and diversity affairs at IPFW say protest can spark change in the racial injustice people say is happening.
After a unanimous vote, residents of Indiana’s 17th State Senate District have their temporary Senator. Amanda Banks was voted in by caucus Thursday night to replace her husband, Jim Banks, who is serving in Afghanistan with the U.S. Navy.
The contract will not add any local jobs.
Northeast Indiana’s congressman called the measure “a symbolic gesture at best.”
Newschannel 15’s Kari Huston went through grain bin rescue training with Auburn firefighters.
For those former Aqua Indiana customers in the southern part of Allen County, city water never tasted so good.
The ten-month process of transitioning Aqua Indiana customers in southwest Fort Wayne to City Utilities water is underway.
The Embassy Theatre announced this years winners on Thursday.
A smoke alarm woke up a husband and wife in the home who were able to get out safely.
A popular Fort Wayne food truck opened a walk-in restaurant Tuesday. The owner said they’ve cooked up more than 400 burgers in just two days.
City and county police were able to help families in need this holiday season by taking them shopping for items they need.