City Council votes 5-4 on the approval of $1M for further downtown development of Superior Lofts.
A story that aired on NewsChannel 15’s Nightcast led viewers to offer up new technology for veterans to see the memorials built in their honor
The CEO of Physicians Health Plan, based in Fort Wayne, weighed in on the proposed plan rolled out by Republicans.
Allison Schmitt battled with depression for years before speaking up. Now she encourages others to do something much sooner than she did.
During Special Abilities Day, Science Central made modifications to its facility that included light and sound reduction in some areas, access to listening devices and more.
The neighbors forced their way into the rear apartment where the fire was coming from and dragged the 56-year-old man outside.
Buckhorn Inc. will close its Bluffton plant and consolidate its operations in its Springfield, Missouri plant.
Ten percent of the food sales throughout the evening were donated to the Mental Health America of Northeast Indiana organization.
A medical uniform store employee and her partner were arrested for allegedly stealing $5,000 in merchandise and attempting to resell it.
The crash happened at the intersection of Coliseum Boulevard and Crescent Avenue at 6 p.m. Monday.
The Hub Entertainment Center has been condemned according to a sign posted on the door, but the general manager of the venue claims they will reopen again soon.
A 20-year-old woman was hospitalized after her hand was pinned under the roof of her vehicle when it flipped over in a ditch on a state road in DeKalb County.
A father suffering a medical emergency crashed a vehicle carrying his three children on the Indiana Toll Road in Steuben County. One of the father’s children died at the scene, while the other two were hospitalized.
The suspect entered the T-Mobile store and told an employee that his wife’s phone was being kept in the safe before demanding the employee open it.
Dupont Hospital and Parkview Regional Medical Center were both recognized in different categories of an analytic study.
Some 90 seasonal positions will be filled at the fair. All openings are temporary positions, ranging from 15 to 40 hours per week.
Kroger officials said they will fill more than 100 positions at the Wednesday, March 8 job fair.
My Hometown features stories about local entrepreneurs, hobbyists and business owners. This month’s segment features Fort Wayne’s only live storytelling venue, The Trap Door, which has brought a new spin on the oldest art form to the city.
A Warsaw veteran is finally coming home and a brand new house will be waiting for him when he gets back thanks to a military nonprofit.
The League works to promote the value and empowerment of those with disabilities. To better the lives of those they serve, the organization will host a “Blues Bash” fundraiser.