Pastor accused in Sunday school robbery is held on $75K bond

Police say the teacher alleged that the teen grabbed her hair, the pastor threw her to the ground and held a gun on her, and the pastor’s wife punched her and took items from the woman’s purse, including a cellphone and stun gun.

Leader of movement to remember Holocaust victims dies at 93

Sam Bloch organized one of the first major reunions of Jewish survivors of the Holocaust to mark the 20th anniversary of the liberation of Bergen-Belsen in 1965. He was among the leaders of gatherings of thousands of survivors in Jerusalem in 1981 and in Washington, D.C., two years later.

Florida survivors, lawmakers on collision course over guns

At the Florida Statehouse, a Democratic representative asked for a procedural move that would have allowed the Republican-controlled House to consider a ban on large-capacity magazines and assault-style rifles such as the AR-15 that was wielded by the suspect, Nikolas Cruz.

How to make the most of tax reform

Greg Reynolds of Reynolds Wealth Management sat down with NewsChannel 15 to talk about the change in your paycheck you’ll notice right away.

Supreme Court asked to review ‘Making a Murderer’ confession

Brendan Dassey’s lawyers claim investigators took advantage of his youth and intellectual and social disabilities to coerce him into falsely confessing that he helped his uncle, Steven Avery, rape and kill photographer Teresa Halbach in 2005 in the Avery family’s junk yard in Manitowoc County.

Museum proposed for Fort Wayne’s Smith Field

The U.S. doesn’t have a national museum dedicated to airmail. The U.S. Postal Service started airmail delivery in 1911. Commercial airmail service came to Smith Field in 1930.