Bishop Dwenger grad and former Purdue walk-on Landon Feichter leads the Browns with 11 solo tackles.
The Pacers will return to Fort Wayne for the first time since 2008 when they meet the Charlotte Hornets, Thursday, Oct. 22, at 7:00 p.m. at War Memorial Coliseum.
Wilson was hit in the head during Sunday’s race by piece of debris that had broken off another car.
The NFL suspended Chicago defensive lineman Jeremiah Ratliff without pay for the first three games of the season Monday, saying he violated its substance-abuse policy.
Two-time NBA All-Star and Kendallville native, Brad Miller, is back in Fort Wayne this weekend for the 12th Annual Brad Miller Gala, Auction, and Golf Outing to support Big Brothers, Big Sisters
The 2015 Shindigz Summer Soccer Festival wrapped up at Hefner Fields on Sunday.
Pushing back the Hotel Fitness Championship one week could lead to bigger crowds at Sycamore Hills this time around.
Bryan native Matt Wisler was in line to earn his sixth win of the season on Wednesday against the Rays but the Braves bullpen couldn’t hold the lead with Tampa eventually tallying a 9-6 win on the strength of a six-run seventh inning.
The only thing separating Mike Scroggins from a perfect 300 game was a spare in the third frame as the bowler from Amarillo, Texas claimed the 2015 PBA50 DeHayes Insurance Group Championship title.
A Fort Wayne native and Bishop Luers grad, Kiermaier hit a two-run shot in the seventh inning to back Erasmo Ramirez’s efficient outing, and the Tampa Bay Rays beat the Atlanta Braves 2-0 Tuesday night.
The Whiko archery high school 3D team placed second in the IBO Outdoor Challenge in New York on Saturday.
The Purdue football team moved in to the dorms Thursday in preparation for the beginning of training camp.
Bishop Luers grad Kevin Kiermaier is having what may prove to be a Gold Glove season and WANE’s Glenn Marini caught up with the Tampa Bay Rays outfielder in Chicago.
Mad Anthonys has named Fort Wayne entrepreneur, community leader and philanthropist Chuck Surack its 2015 Red Coat recipient.
Sam Till Jr. was crowned the 2015 Fort Wayne Golf Association City champion on Sunday evening at Coyote Creek Golf Cours
Back-to-back 70s has given Sam Till Jr. a two-shot lead entering Sunday’s final round.
The former Fort Wayne pro basketball players never had the lead and lost to Team 23.
The Fort Wayne native was called up to the U.S. Men’s National Team earlier this month for the Gold Cup, after saying he would retire from international play.
Mad Ants alumni reach final four in basketball tournament with $1 million grand prize.
The Gym Rats Basketball Association National Championship wrapped up at Spiece on Sunday, with some of the top EYBL teams fighting for Gold in the final day of competition.