Man jailed after alleged crime spree across 3 states

According to the Williams County Sheriff’s Department in Ohio, a man on medical leave from jail allegedly walked away from a hospital without proper authorization and stole several vehicles in at least five counties across Indiana, Ohio and Michigan.

With Roof as his own lawyer, sentencing begins in slayings

While prosecutors plan to call up to 38 people related to the nine people killed and three who survived the June 2015 slaughter during Bible study, Roof said last week he plans on calling no witnesses and presenting no evidence.

Cougars honored by Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium

Donley was joined by approximately 60 team members of the NAIA Football Championship Series champions as guests of the Indianapolis Colts and were introduced prior to the Colts regular season final game against Jacksonville at the Hoosier State’s football Taj Mahal — Lucas Oil Stadium.

New UN chief urges New Year’s resolution: ‘Put Peace First’

Antonio Guterres took the reins of the United Nations on New Year’s Day, promising to be a “bridge-builder” but facing an antagonistic incoming U.S. administration led by Donald Trump who thinks the world body’s 193 member states do nothing except talk and have a good time.

Officers killed in the line of duty rose in 2016

There was a 56 percent increase in shooting deaths over the previous year. Of the 64 who were fatally shot, 21 were killed in ambush attacks often fueled by anger over police use of force involving minorities.

Hurricanes, fires and floods devastate many in 2016

Between the floods in Louisiana and Texas, Hurricane Matthew and Hermine, and the Gatlinburg wildfires in Tennessee, many felt the devastating effects of the punches from Mother Nature in 2016.

Two dozen 2016 homicides still unsolved, prosecutors get ready for trial

When it comes to local crime stories in 2016, the one that may top them all is breaking the record for the most homicides in Allen County in one year. In the end, 48 deaths were ruled homicides. NewsChannel 15 took a look back at the deadly year with Fort Wayne Police and prosecutors.