Greater Fort Wayne Inc. hosted a town hall meeting to discuss five major projects included in their 10-year plan.
Police say a driver left the road for an unknown reason in southern Allen County and was seriously hurt.
A local veteran who exposed a mailing mistake by the VA Northern Indiana Health Care System never thought congress would get involved. After our 15 Finds Out Investigation, Senator Joe Donnelly requested a full investigation into how the veteran received two other patients’ medical results in the mail.
In a Facebook post late Monday, Woodburn Police Chief Randall Duhamell posted on the department’s Facebook page that his department has fielded requests for information about martial law.
A NIPSCO representative told NewsChannel 15 that a 2-inch plastic pipe was cut.
At least 11 78-mm mortar shells were pulled from Clear Creek. They appeared to be Korean War-era, from the 1950s and after it was determined they were still live, the shells were blown up.
The 122nd Fighter Wing, based at the Fort Wayne Air National Guard Base, has deployed eight A-10 Thunderbolt II jets and approximately 140 Airmen to an air base in Slovakia.
The robbery happened around 4:30 Tuesday morning at Motel 6 on W. Coliseum Blvd.
The crash took place at around 11:30 on W. Coliseum Blvd. near Relax Inn.
NewsChannel 15 sat down with Steve Shine, chair of the Allen County Republican Party, to discuss what he expects from the week-long convention.
The motorcycle collided with an SUV at the intersection of Hessen Cassel and Homedale Drive Monday evening. The motorcyclist was pronounced dead at the scene.
Indiana State Police is teaming up with forces in five states to cut down on crashes and make highways safer.
Today Fort Wayne Police Chief Garry Hamilton talked about concerns for his officers.
Last week, NewsChannel 15 reported that a veteran received two letters in the mail containing other VA patients’ medical information.
The crosswalk marks the location where the Packard Piano and Organ Company once stood.
The five arrests were well off the festival high of 46 arrests in 1995. Since 2010, though, police had arrested no more than five people at any festival.
Indiana Michigan Power states about 2,200 lost power overnight. By 1:30 p.m., less than 400 were still left without power.
The joint effort that began Sunday and runs through Saturday involves state troopers from Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
Two concerned Fort Wayne residents gather almost 50 community members to discuss violence and the city and create solutions.
She defeated 16 other contestants at a scholarship pageant at Carroll High School.