Doctors are now saying that long term effects of the enterovirus epidemic could include paralysis.
A fire that was intentionally set by a suicidal employee inside a radar tower in Chicago has caused thousands of cancelled and delayed flights around the nation, including Fort Wayne.
It took a stolen moped for Warsaw Police to eventually arrest two men on drug and weapon charges.
A few weeks ago, WFFT's Tara Petitt took us to Indiana Warm Floors to show how you can "Go Green" in your home with radiant floor heating and now you'll meet the owner of that company as well as a home owner who has turned his house into a total "green" house.
Automotive company Voss North America has been in Fort Wayne since the Nineties. And now, with explosive growth over the past five years, Voss has moved into a new, expanded facility.
We told you in August about a Fort Wayne Community School teacher Natalie Zellers that passed away in a tragic accident just weeks before the school year started... Monday was a very emotional day for students and faculty at a Memorial service in Natalie's honor. WFFT's Brooke Welch was at the event and has more on how the school plans to remember Natalie for years to come.
The Annual "Light the Night" Walk in Downtown Fort Wayne, hosted by the Indiana Chapter of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society was held to raise awareness about blood cancers, as well as raise money to fund research, education, and patient services.
City Officials say they're hopeful that the Randall Lofts and a number of other residential projects will help bring more business to Downtown Fort Wayne.
Imagine puling into your driveway and getting robbed at gunpoint in your own backyard. That's what happened to one Fort Wayne man on Thursday night.
We continue our conversation with US Congressman Marlin Stutzman as you've heard your local federal representative's opinions and views...
An elderly couple from Miami County is dead after running through a stop sign Wednesday evening. WFFT talked to experts about how age may effect older people and their ability to drive.
More than seventy percent of kids waiting for a Big Brother are boys. Here are three boys that have been featured previously who are still waiting for a Big Brother.
WATCH D.O.G.S. stand for dads of good students, and their goal is to provide positive male role models for the students, demonstrating by their presence that education is important.
A nearly $100 million commercial project in downtown Fort Wayne has hit a huge snag. One of the developers, Hanning & Bean, has withdrawn nearly a third of the funds needed to complete the project.
For a good part of 2014, the scandal at the VA has gripped the headlines with stories of veterans being put on secret waiting lists for months. WFFT's Dan Ball continues his discussion with Congressman Marlin Stutzman on this issue.
Get ready to watch WFFT's Dan Ball take a whipped cream pie to the face.
The National Right to Work Foundation is helping two Fort Wayne Kroger workers file a federal charge against the union.
The very first Police Department at a hospital in the state of Indiana is right here in the Summit City at Parkview Hospital.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has issued a warning to residents to be on high alert after the American led airstrikes in Syria.
Allen Superior Court Judge Craig Bobay says the more young adults get involved with our local government, the less likely they are to commit a crime. This month, judges across indiana are visiting schools to teach kids about the U.S. Constitution and the courts process.
Now an update to a story we brought you exclusively last Tuesday night, we told you about how Alexis Mendez was in shock when she picked up her four month old baby at Kelly's Kiddie Kare on Bluffton Road. Baby Cecilia had scratches and marks on her face. WFFT's Brooke Welch spoke with professionals about how to choose a daycare, and also to a mom that removed her son from the same facility because she had concerns.
Another busy day at the Fort Wayne City Council meeting as several topics were up for discussion. The Fort Wayne City Budget that was released last week as well as the vote on Legacy Funds.
At one time, Fort Wayne had as many as 4 K-Mart stores but as of this December, the nationwide chain is gone.
Fort Wayne Community Schools released their 2015 proposed budget. The district says this year's budget presents long-term financial challenges for FWCS.
WFFT's Dan Ball and Congressman Marlin Stutzman continue their discussion, moving onto Border Security and Immigration Reform.
(Yoder, IN) - A 3 year old Yoder, Indiana girl drowned Tuesday afternoon in a backyard pond. Authorities said she was playing with a 4 year old at the time of the accident.
A Fort Wayne family picked up their baby girl from daycare and found the 4 month old’s face scratched and bloody.
William Bassett, Director of the 911 Center for Fort Wayne, Allen County says after months of working on the ability to text 911, the 4 major cell phone carriers now have the ability.
12 days ago, President Obama addressed the nation about his strategy to destroy the terrorist group ISIS. One part of the President's plan, arming Syrian rebels so they can better fight ISIS.
We are profiling the efforts of a local teacher from Huntington who along with other teachers and scientists, teamed up to study the problems plaguing the water in Lake Erie.
Local elected leaders, and health officials took notice of the city's overweight issue, launching campaigns to help get our city fit.
New jobs are coming to the summit city from 2 companies.
For 50 years, Atz's two restaurants served up full meals and large sundaes featuring its much-loved ice cream.
Mayor Tom Henry held his fourth neighborhood walk of the year Monday evening.
It can be a hassle dealing with those old, shabby screen doors on our house. A company from right in our region is making high-end screens for your house or RV, and a new line of retractable sky lights that homes, hotels and restaurants all over the world are installing. It's called Stoett Industries, and it's based is Hicksville, Ohio and it’s this week’s Locally Made Monday report.
Nearly 200 3rd graders in Fort Wayne learned some valuable health safety tips at Cedarville Elementary.
To celebrate the International Day of Peace, a local group called Fort Wayne for Peace gathered on the Allen County Courthouse green.
We are honoring one of the students at National College, Tony Nunley, a National Guard member who served a deployment in Iraq.
Now for a story you'll only see on WFFT....Teachers in the Edon, Ohio Northwest School system are showing solidarity as they have been working on an expired contract since June. Meanwhile, rumors are flying around around the small community of Edon that county schools may even be consolidated if both sides can't come to an agreement.
The Ray Rice controversy coincides with a local event this past Saturday called "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes" where men walk through Fort Wayne's Headwaters Park dressed in high heels. The walk is organized to raise awareness of sexual and domestic assault against women. Organizers say that since the Ray Rice controversy, calls to the Fort Wayne Wayne Women's Bureau have increased 50%. WFFT's Brooke Welch was at Saturday's walk and has more on how you can get involved to stop this growing problem.
A local organization is helping save the lives of teenagers across the country.
Indiana has added more than 84,000 manufacturing jobs, and the private sector as a whole, has expanded 244,000 workers.
The proposed 2015 budget for Allen County is up 2.7% from last year, which is in line with the annual state growth quotient.
Creating new jobs and helping veterans is what one local man is doing in Decatur.
An Indianapolis based IT company is coming to the Southeast side of Fort Wayne and will be moving into the old Target building which has been empty since 2005.
For the 4th straight season, Amazing Fall Fun will open it's gates and Colts fans are in for a treat with this year's maze design.
Eight year old Kamyah has been waiting over a year to be matched with a Big Sister. She hopes this story will bring that wait to an end.
The 11th annual Huntington bike challenge is this Saturday.
The Vocational Center in Huntington will be re-vamped with a 1.3 million dollar budget.
Mayor Tom Henry announced the 2015 proposed budget Thursday for the City of Fort Wayne.