Early-bird shoppers turn out on Thanksgiving

Just a few years ago when a few stores started opened late on the holiday, the move was met with resistance from workers and shoppers who believed the day should be sacred.

NE Indiana hospital says tests find no bacteria

The discovery of trace amounts of Legionella caused the Auburn hospital to halt all admissions last weekend while the water system was sanitized. Some patients remained at the hospital about 20 miles north of Fort Wayne during that time.

Komets top Fuel, 2-1 after shootout

In the fourth of 11 head-to-head meetings between the two teams this season, the Indy Fuel were defeated in a shootout by the Fort Wayne Komets by a final score of 2-1 on Thursday at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum.

Black Friday: Is it worth waiting in line?

At Apple Glen’s Best Buy people were lined up for quite a long time; some as many as 30 hours! They were trying to get the best buys, no pun intended, on this year’s hottest items. The question we asked customers waiting in line: Is it really worth the wait? How much money are you really saving?

Workshop offers employees more than a paycheck

Anthony Wayne Services started in Fort Wayne, but is now in eleven different states spanning from California to New Jersey. It serves around 8500 people nationwide with developmental or intellectual disabilities.

Thanksgiving in Fort Wayne

From the Galloping Gobbler to the Thanksgiving Gala at Hotel Fort Wayne and the thousand of meals at the Rescue Mission, there’s a lot to be thankful for in Fort Wayne.

Justice sent home after heart stent implanted

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was released from the hospital Thursday after having a heart stent implanted to clear a blocked artery, a Supreme Court spokeswoman said.

Full holiday menu for Obamas; 6 pies for dessert

There’s thyme-roasted turkey and honey-baked ham, cornbread stuffing and oyster stuffing, braised winter greens and macaroni and cheese. Don’t forget the green bean casserole, sweet potato gratin, mashed potatoes and dinner rolls.

Millions expected to shop on Thanksgiving

Just a few years ago when a few stores started opened late on the holiday, the move was met with resistance from workers and shoppers who believed the day should be sacred.