Dunkin’ Donuts’ stopped by First News to debut this year’s seasonal treats.
CEO Jamie Dimon noted that JPMorgan doesn’t give to presidential candidates.
The Vatican has long opposed the U.S. trade embargo on the grounds that it hurts ordinary Cubans most, and is clearly hopeful that detente will eventually lead to a lifting of sanctions.
The annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s is October 3 and organizers want your support.
“You represent so much. You represent the future. You represent something very important,” he said.
Obama spoke at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s annual awards dinner Saturday night.
Eleven vehicles in all were hit by bullets or other projectiles, such as BBs or pellets, while driving along Phoenix freeways between Aug. 29 and Sept. 10.
Police said that after the girl was shot Friday at a public housing complex, her father apparently carried the wounded child to Muncie’s downtown fire station.
The man had swam about 100 feet into the river when officers used a boat to try to reach him.
Relatives of a teenage couple who drowned in a South Bend apartment complex’s swimming pool have filed a wrongful death lawsuit in their deaths.
Holocaust survivor Eva Kor founded the CANDLES museum in 1995.
Indiana Dunes State Park covers 2,200 acres along more than three miles of continuous Lake Michigan beachfront.
A motorcycle ride from Fort Wayne to Auburn Sunday will honor fallen Navy Petty Officer Randall Smith and raise money for his family.
The group hoped to raise $12,000 for free after-school and educational services for children in Fort Wayne.
Firefighters are on scene of a fire located above Antiques on Broadway.
Johnny Appleseed Park fills every year for an annual tradition that celebrates the life and mission of John Chapman.
NewsChannel 15 will say goodbye to General Manager Alan Riebe at the end of the year. He’s retiring after 12 years at WANE-TV.
The annual Coney Island Block Party will draw hundreds downtown Saturday. The city has closed Main Street for the celebration.
Political candidates are confronted with all sorts of questions and comments by the public and even supporters while campaigning, including plenty that are inaccurate and some that are sure to offend.
This comes after a black bear roamed into Indiana from southwestern Michigan this summer. It was the first confirmed sighting of the species in the state in 144 years.