The Northern Indiana National Weather Service has upgraded our area to a Winter Storm Warning.
Search crews cannot seem to find answers in the disappearance of Malaysia Flight 370.
Popular Mexican restaurant Carlos O'Kelly's closed the doors for good at both Fort Wayne locations.
More jobs are coming to Steuben County. Paklab, a flexible packaging manufacturer announced plans to expand its operations, creating up to 15 new jobs by 2016.
Music turns to mayhem at a high school in California as the stage collapsed under more than 200 girls.
The City of Fort Wayne and Allen County started a "green infrastructure initiative" about 6 years ago with the goal of helping clean up our river water quality. Recently, they began a new initiative called "Catching Rain".
Joseph Guzman Jr. allegedly threatened to shoot employees at the Fort Wayne general Motors facility.
Many of the molded plastic pieces you might see in placed like your car, or your home, were likely made right here in northeast Indiana. Fort Wayne's Accutech mold and machine is making thousands of parts here and shipping them across the planet.
Residents in Steuben County have safety concerns. The Steuben County Sheriff says that the 911 call center is failing because of severe understaffing. However, the County Commissioners who oversee the department admit to there being some problems, but that they have everything under control.
Hundreds of young children around Fort Wayne celebrated the birthday of Dr. Seuss.
Mickey and Minnie made a special appearance here in town as Disney Princesses and Heroes greeted thousands of guests at the War Memorial Coliseum.
Big Brothers Big Sisters is holding the "Bowl For Kids Sake" all month at the Thunderbowl off Lafayette Street.
This is an inspiring story of a young girl here in Fort Wayne who was diagnosed with a rare, life-threatening brain tumor. The doctors told her she only has 10 years left to live.
We are saluting Retired Staff Sergeant John Middleton, a man who has served more than 21 years in the Army.
Lauren Potter, better known as "Becky Jackson" from the hit show GLEE was in Fort Wayne and was the keynote speaker at the 5th Annual "Abilities Abound" Celebration.
With all of the snow and freezing temperatures, this winter has definitely caused problems for local schools as they have had to add hours to the school days.
This weekend there were thousands of people visiting Fort Wayne for various events around town. However, many of them were at Bishop Luers high school. The school is hosting their 40th annual choir invitational, that’s the longest in the country.
Several events around the Summit City bring awareness to people living with mental and physical disabilities.
Troyer says there's a crisis and that the public is at risk.
WFFT weekend meteorologist Andrew Logsdon loves his ribs. He loves them so much, he's sharing them with one of you. We return to Fort Wayne's Rib Room for a double rack rib challenge for this week's edition of Weatherman Versus Food.
A special piece of history was returned to it's rightful home. A .45 Caliber Thompson sub-machine gun as well as several other firearms, bullet proof vests, and ammunition...
We've had multiple stories on the number of potholes that have appeared as the snow has begun to melt and Mayor Tom Henry announced $20 million dollars that will be spent fixing over 450 location around Fort Wayne.
This is the first week that FWCS added an extra hour to each school day. The Board of Trustees voted last month to add time in the classroom in order to make up for 12 snow days this Winter.
Eight year old Andre is the oldest boy in his family and says that is a big part of the reason he'd like a Big Brother.
Two people are dead after a house fire in the small town of Coesse.
Nearly 600 people received their GED"s at a graduation ceremony at North Side High School.
A slippery roadway and speed almost cost a man his life here in Fort Wayne.
Revitalizing Fort Wayne means making rundown and unattractive neighborhoods a better place to work and live. The Facade Grant Program strives to do just that by helping small businesses make their buildings more desirable.
Tuesday, The Fort Wayne City Council approved a plan to take $800,000 from the Parks and City Works Department’s and transfer that cash to the Fire Department.
Fort Wayne Police say crime is down for a combination of three reasons.
Fort Wayne Neighborhood Code Enforcement wants to condemn a motel on the east side of town. City officials say the infrastructure of the building is unsafe for residents. But Wednesday afternoon, management at the Hallmark Inn was granted a temporary injunction.
Downtown Fort Wayne is filled with historic homes and buildings some over one hundred years old. But some sit empty and beyond repair inside. The city is planning make changes to several west central homes. WFFT has more on this downtown revitalization project.
A convicted child molester was arrested at his Fort Wayne home after he admitted that he snapped by taking his anger out on his family pets.
The Noble County Prosecutor's Office says they have charged 25 year old Jay King with a single count of child solicitation, a Class C felony.
Congressman Marlin Stutzman was also at the 122nd Fighter Wing and says getting the F-16's is good news for Indiana.
The Pentagon's budget for 2015 was released and at $496 billion dollars, this is the start of an estimated $75 billion in cuts over the next 2 years.
The Fort Wayne City Council approved the reallocation of the needed funds.
The City of Kokomo is still cleaning up tornado damage from November, now they prepare for another tornado season.
Firefighters from 3 departments, the LaGrange County Sheriff's Department, Parkview EMS, and NIPSCO were on the scene of a fire in LaGrange County.
We know who won what at the Academy Awards, but who wore what? Here is a look at the Oscar's red carpet fashion.
If you live by a lake or pond, you're probably tired of all the muck. Dredging is a process that's been used for years to clean up water, but it's not exactly a "green" process but one local company is getting rid of the muck biologically.
After a year of going through evidence, both suspects in Ashley Rheam's death have been sentenced.
An option that lawmakers are considering is putting advertisements on the side of schools buses.
For the past year, we've been bringing you stories about local businesses in our region on our Locally Made Monday segment. This week, we're revisiting one of those businesses. Since it was featured, sales have increased so much, it's grown from the web- to a physical store.
The deadline to sign up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act is March 31st. That is only a couple of weeks away.
An update on the Glenbrook Mall roof collapse that happened last week on Tuesday.
Suicide is a growing concern in our country. According to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, someone dies from suicide every 13.7 minutes.
We are saluting Cody Eling from Rome City. Cody served 3 tours in the Air Force all while helping to raise 4 children.
FEMA and the NOAA urges severe weather preparation.
Community Action of Northeast Indiana or CANI will be offering several free events in March to help eligible individuals or families with information. The events will also help individuals complete applications for the Health Insurance Marketplace.