FORT WAYNE, IN (WFFT) Family and friends remember 26 year old Quineta Bright. She was found dead in her home in the 6700 block of Goldenrod Place and her death was ruled a homicide.
EAST NOBLE, IN (WFFT) A tense evening for East Noble County Schools after police were alerted to a threatening message on social media.
Motorcycle Safety Month brings awareness to riders this May.
The May Primary Election is on May 5th but you still have a few days to cast an early vote before Tuesday's election.
FORT WAYNE, IN (WFFT) It has been close to a year since Fort Wayne City Council decided to do away with collective bargaining for 6 of the 9 unions in the City.
HUNTINGTON, IN (WFFT) The City of Huntington has made some big strides in their long term control plan.
FORT WAYNE, IN (WFFT) Identity theft is on the rise again, but this time thieves have a different target.
Help from around the world is pouring into Nepal after the disastrous earthquake that hit April 25th.
A Baltimore resident and teacher in the area spoke with WFFT about the riots going on in her neighborhood.
When it comes to your social media and online accounts, it's something that social media experts say you should be thinking about now before you die.
FORT WAYNE, IN (WFFT) A bike box was added to the intersection of Anthony Boulevard and Wayne Street.
FORT WAYNE, IN (WFFT) A Honolulu murder suspect accused of stabbing a woman to death was arrested at her Fort Wayne home.
With the recent outbreak of HIV in the Southern part of the state, Federal Health Officials have issued an alert to health department's nationwide, urging them to take measures to identify and track HIV cases.
Do you have old refrigerators or freezers just taking up space? In this Going Green report, WFFT's Brooke Welch speaks with Indiana Michigan Power about a program that recycles your refrigerator, and gives you a rebate all while reducing the impact on the environment.
FORT WAYNE, IN (WFFT) A fire at the old Scott's building on Anthony Boulevard is suspected to be arson.
FORT WAYNE, IN (WFFT) Fort Wayne police are investigating a shooting on the southwest side of town.
Firefighter Jason Mueller works hard at his day job. And he also works hard at his second job- Fabcore Industries. It's a metal and plastic welding company in Huntertown that is creating new products that are going across the country and the world. Fabcore Industries is this week's Locally Made Monday.
FORT WAYNE, IN (WFFT) ISTEP testing for Fort Wayne Community Schools was scheduled to begin but was postponed due to technical issues.
FORT WAYNE, IN (WFFT) Concordia High School's first annual Dance Marathon to benefit Riley Children's Hospital took place where students danced and stood for 4 hours.
FORT WAYNE, IN (WFFT) Hundreds came out to Headwaters Park to take steps to end homelessness.
We introduce you to Indiana State Senator Jim Banks who returned home from an 8 months deployment in Afghanistan.
The Indiana Fellowship of Christian Athletes will hold Night of Hope at the Embassy Theatre on April 28 at 6:30 p.m. NFL Hall of Famer Jim Kelly, and his wife Jill will be guest speakers. The evening will also feature music by Christian singer Charles Billingsley. The Kellys will be sharing how they have found true hope in the midst of trials that included the death of their son, Hunter, marriage issues and Jim’s battle with cancer.
BLUFFTON, Ind. (WFFT) - Forgotten Children Worldwide based out of Bluffton, Indiana helps run an orphanage in Nepal. WFFT's Jasmyn Durham spoke with the founder about how the orphanage and staff faired during the earthquake.
FORT WAYNE, IN (WFFT) The Anthis Career Center announces a name change as it will now be called the "Fort Wayne Community Schools Career Academy at Anthis."
FORT WAYNE, IN (WFFT) Fort Wayne's professional sporting teams are having an effect on the community and the Coliseum.
FORT WAYNE, IN (WFFT) If you're looking for something to do Saturday, April 25th, come out to the March For Babies walk at Headwaters Park hosted by March of Dimes.
We introduce you to 13 year-old Cody who is looking for a big brother.
FORT WAYNE, IN (WFFT) A special inside look at the 15th Honor Flight in Northeast Indiana. Each year the organization sends a group of World War II veterans to Washington DC to see the memorials.
FORT WAYNE, IN (WFFT) With the May Primaries less than two weeks away, candidates are gearing up for elections.
FORT WAYNE, IN (WFFT) There are now two additional arrest warrants in the IHOP video that went viral.
FORT WAYNE, IN (WFFT) Airmen from the 122nd Fighter Wing here in Fort Wayne returned home after a 6 month deployment.
FORT WAYNE, IN (WFFT) The 2nd Annual "Denim Day" hosted by the Sexual Assault Treatment Center protested against injustice and rape culture.
Fort Wayne, IN (WFFT) Summer vacation is around the corner but the end of the school year doesn't mean kids have to skip a meal or sit at home all day.
FORT WAYNE, IN (WFFT) Mayor Henry announces National Victim Rights Week and victims of homicide gather together to share their stories.
FORT WAYNE, IN (WFFT) The University of Saint Francis teamed up with the Northeast Indiana YWCA to host the 4th Annual Stand Against Racism Rally.
FORT WAYNE, IN (WFFT) As the number of people struggling with hunger increases, Community Harvest Food Bank is fighting back.
See images and video from the Honor Flight in Washington DC.
WFFT Local News is with 70 WWII and Korean War veterans for their "Honor Flight" on Wednesday to Washington, D.C.
FORT WAYNE, IN (WFFT) The Fort Wayne Children's Zoo opens for the 2015 season on April 25th, kicking off a summer-long 50th birthday celebration.
DECATUR, IN (WFFT) A 25 year-old Decatur man turned himself into the Adams County Jail after a week-long investigation by Indiana State Police.
INDIANA (WFFT) According to the Indiana State Board of Animal Health, there have been at least a dozen cases of canine flu reported in Northwest Indiana.
INDIANA (WFFT) Electronic cigarettes could soon be much more regulated in the Hoosier State.
Many people use processed sugars while baking but there's a way you can make cooking more "green" by using honey.
Fort Wayne, IN (WFFT) - If you've received a call from an unfamiliar number with a person alleging to be an IRS agent, you're not alone.
FORT WAYNE, IN (WFFT) Community members gathered at Headwaters Park to raise awareness against bullying, harassment, and discrimination.
An Ohio woman solved some of her health problems by going back to roots. And now, she's helping people in Defiance and northwest Ohio find their health as well. WFFT explains how 'Back to Roots' is changing the way we think about food in Locally Made Monday.
Mowing and planting season is here and WFFT's Jasmyn Durham speaks with an expert about some good safety reminders for all of us when mowing our lawns or getting back into the fields.
INDIANA (WFFT) A deadly dog flu virus has spread to 17 reported cases here in Indiana.
AUBURN, IN (WFFT) People heading into DeKalb's North Campus in Auburn will be in for a pleasant surprise as the campus got a multimillion dollar facelift.
FORT WAYNE, IN (WFFT) We are honoring two Snider High School graduates, Sergeant Michael Rian and Corporal Nicholas Rian.