Indiana debating wind turbine regulations

Some Hoosiers argue that wind turbines negatively impact communities, while others claim not only are they environmentally friendly but an economic jump-starter.

Main break sends water 35 feet high

Video shared to NewsChannel 15 shows water shooting 35 feet high and over Ardmore Avenue and onto a lot across the roadway.

Sen. Todd Young to talk tax reform, more with WANE

In addition to tax reform, Young is also expected to touch on topics like health care, the opioid crisis and more in his First News conversation with NewsChannel 15’s Rod Hissong.

Walk to End Alzheimer’s set for Saturday

Last year, the annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s in Fort Wayne Walk raised nearly $190,000 for Alzheimer’s Association care, support and research programs.

Indiana mayor: Contractor believed to be pipe bomb target

Hammond Mayor Thomas McDermott Jr. disclosed the information on the intended target Tuesday, saying he had spoken to the FBI. McDermott also said a city worker received a bulky package in a separate incident last week containing threats.

‘Glee’ actor Mark Salling admits to possessing child porn

The plea agreement filed Tuesday in federal court in Los Angeles states the actor is admitting he possessed images of prepubescent children. The agreement states a search warrant found more than 50,000 images of child porn on Salling’s computer and a thumb drive.

Some Republicans open to banning ‘bump stocks’ used in Vegas

The comments from lawmakers including the No. 2 Senate Republican, John Cornyn of Texas, marked a surprising departure from GOP lawmakers’ general antipathy to gun regulations of any kind. But they were far from a guarantee of a path forward for the new legislation by Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., especially with Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and House Speaker Paul Ryan making clear their priorities are elsewhere.