The Bureau of Motor Vehicles extended their hours Monday and Tuesday of next week for voters to issue ID cards and drivers' licenses.
Well with all of the internet hackers getting into your personal information recently, the Better Business Bureau is offering a safe way to discard of your documents.
The 2014 Midterm Elections are right around the corner, with less than a week to go until Election Day. WFFT's Rohma Siddiqui sat down with this year's Congressional Candidates for Indiana's 3rd District.
IPFW held a Halloween event for boys and girls on the Big Brothers Big Sisters waiting list. There, we met ten year old Angela, who hopes to be matched with a Big Sister soon.
For many American households, debt is an issue. In fact, this year consumer debt in the U.S. has hit an all-time high. According to the Federal Reserve, credit card debt is rising and outstanding auto debt is the highest it's ever been.
Profile on candidates for the 81st House District.
Police in Steuben County arrested three men this week after they failed to register on time as a sex or violent offender.
Along with elections comes the accusations of scandals and dirty politics. And after a few incidents this week, WFFT did some digging to see just how dirty some of our local campaigns can get.
The Allen County Health Department is taking some precautionary measures especially in schools and businesses to prevent a possible Ebola outbreak.
With elections right around the corner, we see more and more street signs along the street.
A private spacecraft bound for the International Space Station explodes shortly after launch.
City Council makes cuts and approves budget.
A 13 year old Warsaw girl allegedly sets her own home on fire with her parents still inside.
The midterm elections are coming up on November 4th and here in Allen County, the last day to send a mail in absentee ballot has passed.
If you are worried about how you're going to pay your utility bills this Winter, an Energy Assistance Program through CANI will help pay a portion.
The eyesores in your neighborhood could be getting a facelift as 7 cities in our area are receiving a portion of a $12 million dollar federal grant to fix blighted homes.
A Van Wert man is in jail accused of stabbing his wife, his wife's boyfriend, and a neighbor.
It's the one day each year, where it's acceptable for people to dress like superheroes, monsters, and princesses...and while this is a lot of fun, parents also need to pay close attention to their children and where they'll be trick or treating.
Some of you though might not want to stay safe on Halloween. For others, it's all about the thrill of the scare. And our region has several haunted houses that could be the ultimate fright experience.
Dogs dressed like the Easter Bunny and ponies dressed like football players were at Rural King for a pet contest!
Over 40 break-ins have been recorded in Huntington County since the beginning of August when normally the Sheriff's Department says they typically see about 50 per year.
It started by making tools in the 1960s. Today, C&A Tools in Churubusco is one of the region's leaders in advanced manufacturing, and has expanded into five product areas with clients all over the world. C&A Tools is tonight's Locally Made Monday report.
You might remember back in October 2012, the Northern Indiana VA Hospital in Fort Wayne closed the doors on it's intensive care unit. After two years of renovations and hiring additional staff, the hospital announced the reopening of the ICU unit. WFFT's Brooke Welch was at the announcement and has more details on the improvement of health care for area veterans.
Fort Wayne's Dr. Hedrick was questioned down in Indianapolis by the Medical Licensing Board.
If you're looking for work, here's some great news. The employment report is out and reports a 1.2% growth in jobs across the Hoosier State.
We begin airing a one on one interview with U.S. Senator Dan Coats of Indiana and we wanted to get his take on several key issues that are concerning Hoosiers and all Americans.
Thirteen year old Precious spent time with WFFT"s Kristen Kirchhaine at Crazy Pinz. They played games together and talked about why Precious wants a Big Sister.
Friends and family are speaking out about the loss of 30 year-old Katherine Gick.
New details about the body found in the Catholic Cemetery here in Fort Wayne.
The deadline for Governor Pence's decision to turn down a Federal Grant of nearly $80 million dollars for Pre-K schools has passed. The Governor's decision is causing criticism on a local and statewide level.
If you bought a car between the year 2000 and 2006, your vehicle could be part of a recall that involves nearly 12 million cars worldwide.
If you're in the mood to read a book or have books to give away, 3 more "Little Free Libraries" were installed in Fort Wayne.
A new grocery store with a focus on fresh produce is opening in Fort Wayne.
INDOT says preparations for this winter began last season.
Final Presentations for Budgets of 2015 were heard by Fort Wayne City Council.
It took forty-five minutes for 1600 tickets to sell out to hear astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson speak as part of IPFW's Omnibus Lecture Series. Official's say demand for Tuesday night's lecture is among their highest ever.
The busiest emergency room in Northeast Indiana will soon be able to take on additional patients. Tuesday Parkview announced that they are going to be adding a 55 million dollar expansion to their Randallia campus located on State Street.
We learned Monday that about 60 miles from Fort Wayne, in Putnam County, Ohio, six residents are being monitored because of the potential exposure to Ebola from that nurse. The residents were at a bridal salon in Akron, Ohio at the same time as the nurse.
It is a special night for WFFT Local, as the founder of Nexstar Broadcasting Group, our parent company, is inducted into the 2014 Broadcasting and Cable Hall of Fame. Perry Sook, Chairman, President and CEO of Nexstar Broadcasting Group, honored Monday night at the ceremony at the famed Waldorf Astoria in New York City.
The body was found behind the cemetery in the undeveloped area just south of the property.
With less that two weeks until Halloween, many people are now carving fun and scary faces onto their pumpkins. But a really creative design can often take hours to get just right. A local company has created a pumpkin-carving robot that can carve an intricate design in about a minute and a half. Punkin Bot is this week's Locally Made Monday report.
The Better Business Bureau is warning residents about several Ebola-related scams.
State Education Officials react after Governor Pence announces he won't request federal funding to benefit early education in the Hoosier State.
America's largest Apple specialist opened their first Indiana location in Fort Wayne.
Downtown Fort Wayne got pretty spooky for the 7th Annual Fright Night.
In this week's Hometown Hero report, we are recognizing Staff Sergeant Daniel McGuigan, a soldier who has served our country overseas on several deployments.
Dozens of people gathered at Saint John Lutheran Church on Cook Road to discuss a proposed annexation of farm land along US 30.
Hospital Officials in Dallas are admitting they made serious mistakes in dealing with the first ebola patients to be diagnosed here in the US.
Fort Wayne Children's Zoo is having their 36th Annual "Wild Zoo Halloween" and all the festivities begin October 17th!
Eight year old Fred came by the WFFT studio to try his hand at television and talk to us about why he wants a Big Brother.