INSIDE: Relive the stories this year that got people talking.
A look back at the top 10 business stories of 2015 as compiled by the Associated Press.
In his weekly radio and video address, Obama says treating one another with love and compassion, caring for the sick, the hungry, the poor and the persecuted is what binds us together.
A 95-year-old man who graduated in the 1930s is donating $1 million to his alma mater.
San Diego police say they arrested a woman described as weighing about 400 pounds with a beard in the stabbing of a man who asked for a cigarette.
A look back at some of the notable people who passed away in 2015.
On the night of the Parkview Huntington shooting, Marty and Melanie Shanks spoke to Raul Martinez III on the phone. He told them he would be dead before they reached the hospital.
The unseasonably warm weather is bringing more people out to downtown Fort Wayne to enjoy a carriage ride.
Two movies, “Jurassic World” and “American Sniper,” ranked behind Odom.
No injuries were reported. Three were EF-1 tornadoes, the other was an EF-0.
For some people, shopping on Christmas Eve has become a holiday tradition.
A look at the plight of the homeless and those who are trying to empower them in the community.
There are two separate recalls that include the Dodge Durango, Jeep Grand Cherokee, Compass and Patriot SUVs.
The move comes ahead of an expected debate in the state Legislature over whether to stop allowing such local ordinances.
The town allowed a public display of a Christmas tree and a Menorah, but officials banned religious holiday signs so they wouldn’t violate any laws or distract drivers.
TSA officer staffing an X-ray monitor detected something unusual in the cane’s handle and twisted and pulled it off to find the ice pick.
The driver was fleeing a previous crash where her Pontiac lost a tire and was seen weaving in and out of traffic from Fort Wayne to Ashley.
A shooting at a North Carolina mall sent shoppers fleeing into stores, some locking themselves inside, on Christmas Eve.
Downey was among 91 people granted pardons for criminal convictions after demonstrating they had rehabilitated themselves.
The man who was stabbed suffered some severe wounds but is expected to recover.