A look back at the notable deaths from 2016.
The multi-talented Thicke, best known for his role on “Growing Pains” passed away Tuesday at the age of 69.
NewsChannel 15’s viewers sent us their snow photos. See if yours made it into the gallery!
Photos of John Glenn from his time with NASA through his political career as a U.S. Senator from Ohio.
Pictures of the 2017 Grammy nominees which were announced on Tuesday, December 6, 2016.
Christmas in the Castle allows visitors to tour historic Brookside, the former Bass mansion, decorated for Christmas by local florists and designers.
The group help signs that read “DEFEND THE SACRED” and “WATER IS LIFE #NoDAPL” just outside the Allen County Courthouse in downtown Fort Wayne.
A look at how wildfires have changed the face of Gatlinburg, Tennessee.
The legendary Fort Wayne Komets broadcaster died Thanksgiving morning at the age of 90.
Bowie, Prince, Ali…just three of the many legends we’ve lost in 2016.
Cuban President Raul Castro has announced the death of his brother Fidel Castro, 90, on Cuban state media.
Beginning at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, thousands are expected to follow the lights of Fort Wayne’s holiday season as they are lit.
The Fort Wayne Mastodons trailed the No. 3 Indiana Hoosiers for just 90 seconds in their improbable 71-68 overtime win Tuesday night at Memorial Coliseum.
The multimedia project includes including the Pulitzer Prize-winning “Falling Man,” photo
Pictures of elated Cubs fans as they celebrated the team’s game 7 victory over the Cleveland Indians to secure the club’s first World Series title since 1908.
Pictures capturing the Cubs winning their first World Series title since 1908.
A Fremont firefighter had taken his children trick-or-treating in Coldwater, Michigan. The tacks and nail were found in the chocolates.
A look at what’s hot this year for kids when it comes to dressing up to trick or treat.
A look at the many ways people are dressing up their pets for Halloween this year.
Alzheimer’s disease is the sixth-leading cause of death in the United States. More than 5 million currently live with Alzheimer’s, including 110,000 Indiana residents.