BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) — Two Fort Wayne men face murder charges for a shooting Thursday night near Indiana University. Police say a fight broke out, and shots were
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) — Two Fort Wayne men face murder charges for a shooting Thursday night near Indiana University. Police say a fight
Three Rivers Music Theatre signed a letter of intent to move its existing operations to the Electric Works campus.
Parents at a FWCS elementary school were left unsettled after late word was sent out about a possible threat at the school.
The former CEO of Lutheran Health Network has been named the president of Indiana University Health Fort Wayne.
Fort Wayne police are investigating after officers say a woman was beaten to death early Wednesday morning on Stanford Avenue. Police say 34-year-old Jason Steiss is preliminary charged with domestic battery.
“They said like I’m fat like a hamburger” – 5th grader at Price Elementary recalls what bullies say to him
About fifty people gathered outside Price Elementary in support of student Jacob Snyder. Jacob has been bullied at school, and it didn’t just stop at the name calling.
The NBA G League announced that they will begin a new career path for elite basketball prospects to play. The announcement came Thursday and is set to begin in the 2019-2020 season.
Fort Wayne Street Department crews are gearing up for leaf collection starting the morning of October 29.
One of the state’s newest ‘Riley Champions’ is from Fort Wayne. 10-year-old Robby McNary has been through quite a lot in his young life.
FORT WAYNE, IND. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) – After a six month manhunt for Shane Patton, police have arrested him in connection to the deathof
Fort Wayne’s one and only curling club is putting its current facility on ice.
A disease resembling polio is making it’s way across the United States. The disease is known as Acute Flaccid Myelitis, or better known as AFM. AFM is affecting mostly children, and leaving them unable to move their arms and legs or even hold up their head.
Starting on Oct. 29 and Nov. 5, you may begin seeing billboards in Fort Wayne depicting the fallen firefighter and police officer.
Everything was awesome at the Grand Wayne Convention Center this weekend.