That’s not snow: Sea of foam cascades from airport hangar

The bobbing sea of white foam covered cars and blocked businesses as it cascaded onto a nearby street. Crews were asking people to stay out of the foam, but a man on a bicycle pedaled through the fluffy mass, emerging covered in foam to laughing onlookers.

4-time World Series champ Darryl Strawberry says no one is perfect

NewsChannel 15’s Kaitor Kposowa interviewed former MLB slugger and four-time world series champion Darryl Strawberry. Strawberry talked about his life struggles and his religious beliefs. He said people aren’t perfect, and can be redeemed and liberated.

Fantasy of Lights returns for 2016 holiday season

The 1.5-mile drive-through route typically sees 50,000 people annually and includes 91 life-size, animated light displays depicting holiday scenes with animals, elves, snowmen, Santa Claus, toys, and nativity figures.

Wine opener to feature 100 wines; benefit cystic fibrosis research

Cystic fibrosis is a disease that affects more than 30,000 people in the U.S. Nearly 300 of those cases are in Indiana. The event, which includes a martini station, craft beers, a photo booth, live entertainment, and an auction, helps support vital disease research, education and care.

College quarterback runs down purse snatcher and tackles him

After having dinner with his girlfriend and her family at a Lockport restaurant, the group was walking to the parking lot when quarterback Daniel Bronson saw the man steal the purse of the elderly woman who had just left the eatery with her husband.

Man seriously hurt in shooting

The incident happened in 6500 block of Alvarez Drive in the Blackhawk Apartments around 4:00 a.m. Saturday.

Man in critical condition after shooting

Officers were called the 1300 block of Fay Drive at 8:50 p.m. Investigators believe that someone fired a gunshot from outside into the home.

Dakota Access oil pipeline developer won’t consider reroute

The CEO of Dallas-based Energy Transfer Partners, said the company has no alternative than to stick to its plan for the $3.8 billion pipeline, which would ship oil from North Dakota to Illinois and which is nearly completed.