“Working for Animal Care & Control and for the welfare of animals will always be greater than a career.”
East Allen County Schools Superintendent Dr. Kenneth Folks talks with NewsChannel 15 on First News about the new school year.
Last year, Fort Wayne was one of 11 cities chosen nationally for programs to enhance black male achievement.
Investigators have talked to a person of interest in the Le Steele homicide case, but no arrests have been made.
Local school leaders are reacting to the first statewide assessment of bullying at public schools. The report stated that there were more than 9,000 cases of bullying during last school year in Indiana.
Information from a 16-year-old ended up leading police to potentially explosive devices at an Adams County home Friday, according to a probable cause filed Monday.
The dancing team cheers on the Fort Wayne Mad Ants, who were the 2013- 2014 D-league champions.
The program hopes to improve the diets of young children and increase the opportunity for children to eat a variety of nutritious foods.
Fort Wayne’s Myrtle Young made headlines when she went on the “Tonight Show” with Johnny Carson to show off her potato chip collection.
Homeowners and contractors in Indiana can now request the marking of underground utility lines by going online in addition to calling 811.
At 6 p.m. Monday, the current location for Parkview’s Occupational Health East State Clinic closes while the company moves to an improved facility.
According to an organization that works with foster families, at any given time there are 10,000 children in Indiana’s foster care system.