(WANE) – Colt Lundy, now 19 years old, is currently incarcerated in the Wabash Valley Correctional Facility serving a 25-year sentence for the shooting … More »
In an interview with NewsChannel 15 inside prison, Colt Lundy shares chilling details about the day he shot and killed his stepfather.
The YWCA of Northeast Indiana began October with its annual Flowers on the River event at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Bridge Wednesday afternoon. Approximately 150 people took part in throwing flowers into the St. Mary’s River.
Fort Wayne is investing in a study that will look at the impact of bringing a new arena to downtown.
The line was hit at about 3 p.m. near the intersection of Dupont and Auburn Roads on Wednesday.
The company’s owner said he had been looking to buy the building for a two years. The $12 million deal was finalized on Wednesday afternoon.
Smoke and flames were shooting from the home when Fort Wayne fire crews arrived on the scene just before 1:30 Wednesday afternoon.
The Taste of Home Cooking School will be offered to attendees for free this year once they’ve paid the $10 expo admission.
Attend the free event to learn more about the question that will be on Allen County ballots in November.
Fort Wayne’s Cedarville Elementary School is included among the schools recognized for excellence or progress in closing achievement gaps among student subgroups.
Information on how to volunteer, get a veteran on a flight, be a guardian for a traveling veteran or donate to the organization.
Seventy veterans will take the trip to the nation’s capital to see the monuments built in their honor.
The City of Fort Wayne accepted a challenge from the White House aimed at increasing at-risk youth education and reducing crime.
Groundbreaking on the Taylor Street expansion is scheduled for October 30.
The group held its first meeting on Tuesday evening.
The Fort Wayne Fire Department held a ceremony Tuesday afternoon as a new truck was put into service at Station 15. It replaces the oldest one in the department’s fleet.
The national president of Big Brothers Big Sisters was in Fort Wayne to tell the community that it’s worth finding the time to help young people.
As many as 300 local kids received new shoes at a Samaritan’s Feet event Tuesday afternoon.
A real estate investment company bought the complex and its 1,988 units for $85.5 million, the company announced Tuesday.
A federal order requires all wireless carriers and text-messaging providers to allow users to send texts to local 911 dispatchers by year’s end.