Court won’t reinstate New York City’s big-soda ban

The unprecedented ban was championed by former Mayor Michael Bloomberg and his successor Mayor Bill de Blasio, who vowed to fight a lower court’s decision to overturn it while campaigning last year.

Police cracking down on speeding in work zones

A U.S. Transportation Department study found speeding is a factor in more than one-third of work-zone fatalities. Last year, work zone crashes killed 13 people in Indiana, up from eight the year before.

‘Medical issues’ hospitalize Boston concertgoers

Three dozen people were transported to the hospital and as many as 50 others were treated or evaluated at the scene during a an electronic dance music show in Boston featuring Swedish disc jockey Avicii.

Family law lawyer weighs-in on court’s decision

A local attorney said he expected married same-sex couples to start receiving the same benefits that traditional married couples receive, now that same-sex couples are able to get married in Indiana.

A Republican and Democrat support judge’s same-sex marriage ruling

A Republican council member and Democratic candidate for state representative support a federal judge’s decision to strike down the state’s ban on same-sex marriage.

Suspects target drivers with rocks

Police say several people in a car went around throwing rocks at other drivers on the road Monday: knocking out windows, and sending one man to the hospital.

Plea deal talks fall apart in Chris Brown case

Singer Chris Brown was close to a plea deal in his assault case that would have kept him out of jail, but the talks fell apart when prosecutors and defense attorneys couldn’t agree on what he would acknowledge happened last year.

Wild on WANE – White Storks

Zoos across the country, including our very own Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo, take many steps to ensure their animals are happy and healthy. One … More »

Indiana AG says it will appeal gay marriage ruling

The attorney general’s office had argued the ban should be left intact. Attorneys for the state argued that the Legislature has legal authority to determine how marriage is defined within Indiana’s borders.