Six theaters in the Hoosier State have decided to air "The Interview" including the "Bones Four" theater in Columbia City.
A lot of holiday cheer was at the Fort Wayne Rescue Mission as they served more than 2500 meals to the homeless and less fortunate at their annual Christmas dinner service.
To ensure that you have a safe and happy holiday season, the Fort Wayne Fire Department is sharing their advice to prevent house fires.
The holidays are a time of giving and receiving especially when it comes to those in need but what happens after the holidays are over?
A group from WFFT had the opportunity to stop by Lutheran Hospital to hand out gifts from the annual toy drive.
Some people will buy practical items for the holidays this year, like a refrigerator, washer and dryer, maybe even an oven. In this Going Green report, WFFT's Brooke Welch highlights local appliance recycling stores.
John Sampson, President and CEO of Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership, says although many jobs right now are seasonal, unemployment rates are at an all time low.
5 individuals were arrested last Wednesday evening on West Butler Street in Fort Wayne after months of surveillance.
While you're out doing some last minute holiday shopping, one place to consider is Fort Wayne's BitterSweet Gifts.
There is a new county-wide study incorporating input from all over the community about how to keep kids healthy.
43 people for our area traveled to Washington DC to attend a hearing about the Dark Act, also known as the Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act of 2014.
With the longest night of the year, the Rescue Mission hosted "The Longest Walk" to honor the homeless men and women that have died this past year.
A Fort Wayne jury ruled that the Fort Wayne South Bend Diocese discriminated against former teacher Emily Herx when she was fired from St Vincent De Paul School here in Fort Wayne for undergoing in vitro fertilization procedures.
Mold is something that can harm you, but many times you can't even see it.
For decades, flooding has been a problem on the Southwest side of Fort Wayne in the Fernwood neighborhood.
A story about a Fort Wayne couple donating money for police body cameras led one anonymous donor to donate themselves.
Fort Wayne Police Department has two new officers, Tempo and Coris.
A very controversial civil trial taking place as testimony resumed for day 2 in the case involving a former local teacher, Emily Herx, and the Fort Wayne South Bend Catholic Diocese.
One local mail carrier is being honored as a hero.
Here's a great opportunity to give back this holiday season. This time of year is a terrible time to be without a home so Tom Kelley Automotive Group wants to give the homeless "Backpacks of Hope".
A suspect is on the loose and Fort Wayne Police need your help finding the person and vehicle involved in a deadly hit and run.
EXCLUSIVE: A handicapped man bound to a wheelchair, called WFFT saying he could no longer get out of his house because of what the mess a local construction company left behind after demolishing a blighted home next door.
Two water main breaks in the Aboite area on the Southwest side of Fort Wayne caused some residents to be without water for several hours.
The Better Business Bureau is warning folks to beware while finishing your holiday shopping of phone and online scammers.
Did you know the Make a Wish Foundation grants a child's wish every 38 minutes? A little Ohio girl suffering from a rare genetic disease called MPS got her wish.
The timeline shows almost 6 months of demolition and the ground breaking ceremony in the 3rd quarter of 2015.
Some people dream of owning an exotic sports car. A Fort Wayne car dealer is making those dreams come true with Lamborghinis, Aston Martins and other sports cars that are hard to find- and can be very expensive. As they tell WFFT, they're one of the only exotic car dealers in the Great Lakes region.
We are recognizing Army Specialist Jeffery Moeller, a Fort Wayne man who's served 5 years in the military.
The next time you go to the movie theater and order popcorn, you may be looking up at the menu to see how many calories are in your snack.
A Fort Wayne family will not be able to celebrate Christmas in their own home this year.
According to the Post Office, Monday, December 15, is expected to be the busiest mailing day of the year.
A Laying of the Wreaths Ceremony at Lindenwood Cemetery remembers those that have served.
WFFT's Audra Streetman and Brooke Welch help a local charity get their toys wrapped for a big giveaway.
Thousands are enjoying the 3rd annual Christmas Palooza taking place this weekend at the Pointe Church.
Saturday in Fort Wayne, protestors gathered at the Allen County Courthouse in hopes of drawing attention to the April 2013 death of T.J. Haney.
The Fort Wayne Police Department now has 4 body cameras for officers.
In 2013, more US service members died of suicide than in combat. Indiana Senator Joe Donnelly has been working to prevent military suicide through his signature legislation called "The Jacob Sexton Military Suicide Act".
This week we have a very special Start Something Big... something a little different. The first time we met seven year old Alyssa was back on November 20th. She had one special request.
Synthetic Marijuana, or 'Spice', has been seen more often in the Fort Wayne area by EMT's. But when calls come in and responders arrive on the scene, police are not required to be called.
Indiana State Senator Jim Banks' wife, Amanda will be the one to serve as an Interim Senator in his place while he serves in Afghanistan as part of his Navy Reserves Unit.
A South Bend woman is behind bars in Kosciusko County after abandoning her infant in Fort Wayne and passing out at a gas station in Pierceton.
Here in the Hoosier state, the deadline is fast approaching for families to register for Indiana's first-ever state-funded pre-kindergarten program for low-income families.
Fort Wayne Animal Care and Control was busy Wednesday with an open house to show off their animals up for adoption.
Fort Wayne is named 34th best city for Young Adults to live, in a Business Insider report posted Wednesday.
Just days after the CDC announced the current flu vaccines won't protect you from every strand, a 65 year old Hoosier has died from the flu.
1 of every 6 children in the Hoosier state is at risk of going hungry. WFFT took part in a Holiday Dash Food Drive on Tuesday to learn more about how you can help end hunger this holiday season.
An arrest has been made in the hit and run death of Haley Nancarrow.
TGI Fridays is reopening after almost a year of being closed due to heavy snow collapsing the roof.
These videos show robbers taking packages right off homeowners doorsteps, and Bonny Harrison says by taking some precautions this could be avoided.