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.
The church – who welcomes all people and all faiths, is looking for a permanent building.
The post on the police department’s Facebook page tags the names of the more than 500 fugitives on the department’s wanted persons roundup.
Kristy Cambron is a Hoosier author celebrating her third book.
Soarin’ Hawk Raptor Rehabilitation mission is a not for profit service established to serve northeast Indiana’s injured or orphaned birds of prey.
Pride Fest is Friday July 22 through Saturday July 23 at Headwaters Park.
Fort Wayne, Ind. (WANE) – In the final part of a five-part special report, Voices of Unity Choir members share memories of their first … More »
About two dozen participants held signs and flags on the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Bridge near downtown Fort Wayne.
FWPD are investigating a stabbing on the city’s southeast side.
Hundreds turned out to the banks of the river Saturday for the return of the Raft Race and to cheer on the participants.
The Jury Kids Triathlon was held Saturday morning in New Haven.
The festival is at Headwaters Park Friday July 22 and Saturday July 23.
The raft race and the fireworks finale mark the final day of the festival, but there are plenty more things to do.
NewsChannel 15’s Terra Brantley and photojournalist Jake Weaver have been showing you exclusive sights and sounds from the tour.
Mike Pence could become the 6th Hoosier to be a U.S. vice president. A Huntington museum celebrates the office with Indiana connections.
State senator Travis Holdman, Aboite Township trustee Barbara Krisher and businessman Kyle Babcock share their expectation of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.
NewsChannel 15 exposed a huge gaffe made by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, when it sent the personal medical records of two patients to the wrong man.
State Sen. David Long and Rep. Martin Carbaugh presented Jerry and Linda Vandeveer with a Sagamore of the Wabash award, Indiana’s highest civilian award.
With Gov. Mike Pence withdrawing from the governor’s race to join Donald Trump as his running mate, candidates are lining up in hopes of being put on the November ballot.