A customer found the clerk had been shot to death at the store on Lima Road and police have released a photo of the suspect.
More than 250 volunteers helped out at St. Mary’s and the Rescue Mission to prepare their Thanksgiving meals.
Purdue to ramp up mental health services for students.
Police said the man was in the middle of the road when he was hit near the Travelers Inn along East Washington Boulevard Thanksgiving night.
About 115 million people were expected to shop on Black Friday.
Purdue University announces new grant program to help Hoosier families cover tuition costs.
Indiana State Police stepped up patrols ahead of Thanksgiving.
After last year’s innaugural New Year’s Eve ball drop in Downtown Fort Wayne organizers heard one thing– there needs to be a real ball. This year the event will feature a real ball drop and is expanding to a new venue.
Residential garbage and recycling collection will be pushed back one day with Thursday’s collection on Friday and Friday’s collection on Saturday.
Several WANE personalities shared what they were thankful for this Thanksgiving season.
A North Manchester grandpa with ALS is one of many who used CBD oil to control pain. The oil is illegal in Indiana. Hoosiers like him are looking at enduring pain or taking prescription medication.
NewsChannel 15’s Andy McDonnell preview’s tonight game between the Fort Wayne Mastodons and the Kentucky Wildcats.
The St. Joe Board of Trustees, who is working with LHN and hospital officials, recommended the bid be withdrawn.
A 15-year-old boy who was a passenger on an off-road vehicle that crashed last Friday evening in Kosciusko County has died according to a news release from the DNR.
The annual meal, available to anyone in need, is The Rescue Mission’s biggest meal of the year, with a menu of turkey, potatoes, green beans, stuffing, and desserts of all kinds.
The motorist who was shot at was not hit by the bullet that went through the rear driver’s side window and lodged in the vehicle’s headliner late Tuesday evening.
Fort Wayne City Council has been concerned about the purchase agreement between the city and the sellers of the North River property. Last week they wondered why they couldn’t see the results of an environmental study, and why the seller doesn’t want to be liable for land remediation. This week they got some answers, but not all minds were changed.
Addison Agen continues her quest to win “The Voice.”
Organization Day at the Statehouse brings lawmakers together to plan agenda for 2018.
The Fort Wayne Police Department as one of two in northern Indiana to receive a grant from the Department of Justice’s Office of Community Oriented Policing Services.