The last straw: PFW ditches plastic for paper straws

Purdue University Fort Wayne is making the switch from plastic straws to paper straws at its campus dining facilities. 

Flagstar CEO says your money is safe

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) — Flagstar CEO Alessandro DiNello came to Fort Wayne Tuesday to address customer frustrations over what has been a

Fort Wayne Firefighters ‘rescue’ Santa

A large crowd gathered outside the Firefighter’s Museum on W. Washington Boulevard Sunday afternoon when they spotted a portly man stuck on top of the building. 


Sunny Saturday

Sunny Saturday

A high pressure system will bring bright sunny skies to the start to the weekend.

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Defense attorney’s private law firm uses not guilty verdict in Mitch Vanryn’s murder trial to attract new clients on Facebook

A Facebook post capitalized on a not guilty verdict in the 2-year-old Malakai Garrett’s murder trial. The post aimed to

Still waiting for answers 10 years after son’s homicide

A Fort Wayne mother continues to wait to learn who killed her son 10 years ago.

Attorney General William Barr says he may send Congress summary of Mueller’s findings by this weekend

Attorney General William Barr says he may send Congress summary of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's findings by this weekend.

Plea deal for mother in child homicide case calls for 3 years behind bars

The mother of a child who was allegedly found dead in their family's home entered a plea deal in court

2 Indiana officers charged in beating of handcuffed man

Two Indiana police officers who repeatedly punched a handcuffed man have been charged with a civil rights crime.

Honor Flight Northeast Indiana now accepting online applications

An organization that provides local veterans with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity honoring their service is now accepting applications online.