The original version of this story incorrectly stated that the boy had drowned during the course of a four hour bath.
Thursday morning, officers responded to a shooting that left one person dead and another person seriously injured.
The U.S-led rescue effort of a number of Kurdish captives was carried out overnight near Hawija, an Islamic State stronghold west of Kirkuk.
Hailey Green of Noblesville created the Southern Biscuits and Gravy potato chip flavor that Lay’s announced as the winner of its competition.
Residents with docks or with boats tied along the St. Joseph River north of the dam should take appropriate precautions to protect their property.
Funeral home owner P.J. Staab II began two years ago recreating the Lincoln hearse for the 150th anniversary of the president’s death.
Raymond Johnson was charged with murder, robbery and aggravated battery for the attack at the Divine Stylez-n-Cutz Barbershop in Anderson.
The FBI said there is no deadline on its investigation into former Homestead High School student Triceten Bickford’s alleged attack.
The number of people applying for benefits edged up by 3,000 last week to 259,000 after two weeks of declines.
The attacker had a large knife, possibly two, including what may have been a sword.
The eight-year veteran officer underwent surgery Wednesday night after being shot multiple times.
Patricia’s maximum sustained winds increased Thursday morning to near 90 mph.
The coroner’s office said the 27-year-old woman died as a result of blunt force trauma.
Fort Wayne police said a man is in critical condition after being shot at an unknown location.
Police said it’s unclear if alcohol or speed were factors in the single vehicle crash.
On Wednesday boys basketball teams from all across Northeast Indiana spoke to WANE-TV at media day as they prepare for the upcoming season.
LaGrange County leaders voted against a proposal to require horses to wear devices that catch manure before it falls on the ground.
The Fort Wayne Police Department is asking for the public’s help solving the shooting death of a local teen back in August. Alonna Allison, 17,was caught in the middle of rival groups’ crossfire at a get-together with friends.
After reviewing more than 2,000 inspection listing reports, NewsChannel 15 discovered several habitual offenders with dozens of repeat violations.
Chance Sheets, 18, and 19-year-old Tayyar Azzan were arrested around 8 a.m. Wednesday on felony warrants.