NHL hockey team plays with service dog in training

The NHL's St. Louis Blues invite a puppy, a service dog in training, on to the ice to have some fun after practice.

Tips for National Pet Fire Safety Awareness Day

FORT WAYNE, Ind. — (Fort Wayne’s NBC) If a fire were to happen in your home, would you know what to do to keep your family safe? Would you also know what to do to keep your pets safe?  Sunday is National Pet Fire Safety Awareness Day and morning anchors Pauleen Le and Julian Teekaram met up with Fort Wayne Fire Marshal Jim Murua to get some tips. 

Brightpoint offers HEALing Kitchen classes

HEALing Kitchen Classes start July 16, 2018 This fun 8-session course will equip you with skills to include tasty fruits and vegetables into your daily diet. You will also learn other healthy eating and living fundamentals. The goal is to decrease chronic diseases and put our families, neighbors, and church friends on the road to vibrant health. Become part of the Healthy Eating Active Living (HEAL) revolution happening in our community! Classes are FREE and open to the public. 7 C…

Forever Home Friday: Hey, Arnold!

Fort Wayne’s NBC — Another adorable pooch is available for adoption in this week’s Forever Home Friday.  Arnold is a 3-year-old mixed-breed and experts at the Allen County SPCA said he loves to snuggle! Interested? Contact the Allen County SPCA at 260-744-0454. For more information on how to adopt, click here. 

Fun in the Fort: See the TinCaps and live Butterfly Exhibit this weekend

Fort Wayne TinCaps Wednesday, July 4 – Saturday, July 7 • Parkview Field Head downtown to cheer on the TinCaps! Experience affordable, family-friendly fun at Parkview Field—ranked as the #1 ballpark experience in Minor League Baseball. Ft. Wayne’s Farmers Market and YLNI Farmers Market Every Saturday • Corner of Wayne and Barr Streets From 9am to 1pm every Saturday, discover a diverse selection of local produce, natural goods, and handmade items at the…

Lunch on the Square: Pauleen and Julian get a taste for Ziffles

FORT WAYNE, Ind. — (Fort Wayne’s NBC) Lunch on the Square is back in downtown Fort Wayne for a fifth week.  More than a dozen food trucks will pack Freimann Square from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. for the event.  This week, morning anchors Pauleen Le and Julian Teekaram checked out what the Ziffles food truck had to offer.  For more information on Lunch on the Square, click here.  For more information on Ziffles, click here. 

Fireworks Safety: The dos and don’ts according to the Fort Wayne Fire Marshal

FORT WAYNE, Ind. — (Fort Wayne’s NBC) Fireworks and the 4th of July go hand in hand, but officials want to caution everyone on safety.  Some tips include having a bucket of water near by do dunk fireworks in after they’re used. It’s also a good idea to have a fire extinguisher nearby and safety gear including goggles and gloves are also encouraged.  Fort Wayne’s NBC morning anchors Pauleen Le and Julian Teekaram spent the morning with the Fort Wayne Fire Marshal to l…

Lunch on the Square: Affiné

FORT WAYNE, Ind. — (Fort Wayne’s NBC) Lunch on the Square is back in downtown Fort Wayne for a fourth week.  More than a dozen food trucks will pack Freimann Square from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. for the event.  This week, morning anchors Pauleen Le and Julian Teekaram checked out what the Affiné food truck had to offer.  For more information on Lunch on the Square, click here.  For more information on Affiné, click here. 

The Hair Department gives skin and hair tips for summer

The weather is heating up.  But that’s not necessarily a good thing for your skin and hair.  Brianna Schaav and Meaghan Horner from The Hair Department, stopped by the studio to talk with morning anchors Julian Teekaram and Pauleen Le about how to keep your look fresh, in the midst of scorching temperatures.  In the summertime, less is more when it comes to makeup.  Horner says if you want a dewy, glowing look, just add a little liquid highlighter to your cheek…

Project ‘Both Hands’ to serve families of late Sheriff Joe Cox and Fire Capt. Eric Balliet this weekend

FORT WAYNE, Ind. — (Fort Wayne’s NBC) Local residents will gather this weekend to help serve the families of late Allen County Sheriff Joe Cox and Fort Wayne Fire Captain Eric Balliet who both died while serving the community.  Sheriff Cox died on duty while responding to a crash in February 2017. He’s survived by his wife, Diana, their 6 children and 17 grandchildren. Captain Balliet passed away September 2017 during a training exercise with the Fort Wayne Fire Departmen…

Lunch on the Square: Bravas Burgers

FORT WAYNE, Ind. — (Fort Wayne’s NBC) Lunch on the Square continues Thursday.  More than a dozen food trucks will be parked at Freimann Square from 11:30a.m. – 1:30 p.m. for visitors to grab a quick bite to eat.  Jon Durnell is this week’s musical guest. This week, morning anchors Pauleen Le and Julian Teekaram checked out what makes Bravas Burgers so popular.  For more information on Bravas Burgers, click here.  For more information on Lunch on the Square, c…

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