Fort Wayne City Council rejected a 2 percent pay raise starting Jan. 1, but opted to allow the City Clerk a raise that falls in line with the 2015 city budget.
A Congressional Medal of Honor recipient was in Fort Wayne Tuesday, sharing his story with an audience at Indiana Tech.
NewsChannel 15’s Gina Glaros helped with the dash, running through the Kroger Marketplace to pile in as many food items she could.
For the 24th consecutive year, workers at Dana bought items to help out Toys for Tots.
The coffin carrying the remains of a northeastern Indiana soldier who died during the Korean war passed under a large American flag as it arrived at a cemetery for burial.
A Fort Wayne man died after colliding head-on with another vehicle on U.S. 6 Monday evening.
Officers were called to the 1300 block of Goshen Avenue around 1 a.m. after a person called 911 and said their friend had been shot.
Miss Basketball candidate Darby Maggard had 25 points and 17 assists as 2A no. 2 Canterbury bested Caroll 85-57 to headline area prep play on Monday night.
No one was hurt when two vehicles collided on Saint Joe Boulevard east of downtown Monday night.
Fort Wayne Community Schools announced it has lost $9M of its transportation budget due to property tax caps. Leaving some kids with very few options of how to get to school. It is something that has some FWCS school board member’s tempers flaring.
A study recently released said the enrollment at Ball State’s Teacher College has dropped 45 percent in the past decade.
A new bill to be introduced in Ohio would require all BB, Airsoft, and pellet guns to be brightly colored or have a fluorescent strip.