Julian Bond, a leading figure from the 1960s civil rights movement who served as chairman of the NAACP after a long career in politics, died Saturday.
Two large fires in Waterloo at the beginning of the year destroyed an antiques and collectibles shop and a playground.
More than 250 players from 22 states came together in the Summit City this weekend for a regional competition.
Of those, 12 were treated and released, and three were admitted for additional testing and treatment.
For the second year, Brotherhood Mutual is partnering with FWSW to hold its own contest and get employees healthy.
The Department of Defense lists 83,118 American troops as unrecovered or unaccounted for overseas, with 73,515 of them from World War II.
Now school officials can use the database to determine what shots student need.
Performances include street drummers, dancers, musicians, caricature artists, magicians, jugglers, stilt walkers, and more. You can also see many works of art along with professional living statues “Country Boy Fountain” and “Marie Antoinette”.
Erin’s House For Grieving Children joins NewsChannel 15’s First News Sunday offering tips for both parents and teachers to talk with grieving children.
An injured passenger was brought to a hospital in Fort Wayne for treatment.
Earlier this month officers found two packages containing a cell phone, charger, lighter, heroin, methamphetamine and Suboxone.
More than 700 people were injured and 95 people, including dozens of firefighters, are missing after a fire and rapid succession of blasts late Wednesday.