The dog had four national certificates and helped seize about $25,000 in illegal narcotics.
The Emmys welcomed plenty of movie stars to television’s biggest awards show, including Julia Roberts, Woody Harrelson, Kevin Spacey, Mark Ruffalo and the reigning Oscar winner for best actor, Matthew McConaughey. All were sent home empty-handed.
Check out the celebrities who attended the 66th annual Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles.
The corporate headquarters of the new company will be in Canada, which may also help Burger King lower its taxes. Such tax inversions have been criticized by President Barack Obama and Congress.
The Chicago-based 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals will hear arguments Tuesday on gay marriage fights from Indiana and Wisconsin, setting the stage for one ruling.
Bishop Dwenger opened the school’s new gymnasium in style on Monday night as the Saints swept Leo in prep volleyball action.
Downtown development is a sign of momentum in Fort Wayne. But with progress often comes tough decisions.
Police said three purported bounty hunters were trying to serve a felony warrant before becoming involved in a gun battle with the man they wanted.
It wasn’t a grand slam. More like a grand error. Or two. And just like that, a tie game in the top of the sixth inning turned south on one play for the TinCaps in what would become a 6-2 loss to the Bowling Green Hot Rods at Parkview Field on Monday night.
Kendallville native Brad Miller was back in his hometown to hit the golf course and raise money for Big Brothers Big Sisters on Monday.
With one week of high school football in the books The News-Sentinel sports writer Justin Kenny and WANE sports director Glenn Marini take a look back at week one and preview the big local contests you’ll see in week two in an all new edition of “Inside The Zone.”
Many of the town’s sirens are over 40 years old and in constant need of repair, but budgetary limitations have kept the system from being overhauled.
A number of golfers hit the course on Monday at Sycamore Hills for practice rounds as the Hotel Fitness Championship is just days away.
IPFW men’s basketball head coach Jon Coffman has announced the program’s 2014-15 schedule, which includes 15 regular-season home games, and a road game slate highlighted by Georgia Tech of the ACC, and the Big Ten’s Purdue University.
TinCaps first baseman Jake Bauers has been named a 2014 Midwest League Postseason All-Star, the league announced Monday afternoon.
A state senator from northeast Indiana is being honored for his efforts to help veterans who have PTSD and other traumatic brain injuries.
We’ll likely hit a heat index as high as 100 degrees this week and some classrooms don’t have air conditioning. NewsChannel 15 spoke to leaders about what’s being done to keep students cool.
What’s the future for the hundreds of homeless living in the middle of prime downtown property?
A federal appeals court in Chicago will hear arguments in cases from Indiana and Wisconsin on Tuesday.
When Niki Quasney felt a piercing pain in her ribcage in March, the oncologist treating her advanced ovarian cancer told her to get to an emergency room immediately.
A lifelong resident of Fort Wayne and his schoolteacher wife have bequeathed $3.4 million to Indiana-Purdue-Fort Wayne to support scholarships for students.
PIctures taken of funeral ceremonies for the teen who was shot to death by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri.
Due to recent heavy rainfall in Northeast Indiana, gates will be closed to the public on Tuesday, Aug. 26 for the Hotel Fitness Championship, Western Golf Association tournament officials have announced. The Mad Anthonys Pro-Am at the Hotel Fitness Championship will continue as scheduled on Wednesday, Aug. 27.