After a year and a half, we've reached our final episode of Weatherman Versus Food. And tonight, we go out with a brat- or rather, a whole bunch of them.
If you went to a UPS store in the past 6 months, there's a chance some of your private information was hacked.
Rick Rhodes of Kokomo took the top spot on the 25th anniversary championship of the Hoosier Millionaire Show at the Indiana State Fair.
A domestic dispute turned into a standoff with a local man and the Fort Wayne SWAT Team then following his arrest, the man escaped from a local hospital and then jumped into the St. Mary's River where authorities had to rescue him from the flowing water and finally took him into custody.
This is the second time Brandon is being featured for Start Something Big. After spending nearly five years on the waiting list for a Big Brother, he remains hopeful. Brandon spent time with WFFT"s Kristen Kirchhaine at Tokens-N-Tickets.
Celebrities and politicians across the country have posted videos of ice bucket challenges, and the awareness that the ALS Association has received has exceeded expectations.
Helping adults living with disabilities, that's the mission of a Fort Wayne woman, who just created a non-profit summer camp, called Camp PossAbility.
Thousands of children across our viewing area are now back in school and that means they're getting on the bus or walking to school everyday.
A federal judge ruled that Indiana must recognize same-sex marriages from out of state.
An update to story we brought to you earlier this week concerning a massive data breach involving Lutheran Health Network.
A former teacher who taught at Woodlan High School is arrested after allegedly having sex with a 17 year old student.
The Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Fort Wayne is holding their annual Brad Miller Gala this Saturday.
Dan Heath, Judge for Allen Superior Court Family Relations Division, announced Wednesday a new program that would give parents assistance in the development of their infant’s cognitive and lingual growth as well as other resources.
Two years ago, a local eighth grader created a mobile app for Fort Wayne Community Schools. As school starts this week, that app continues to impact parents here in the community.
The Fort Wayne International Airport has their July passenger numbers in and more people are flying in and out of the Summit City.
Earlier this month, Bryant Rhoades, one of the men who was facing the death penalty in this case, negotiated an Alford Plea
The city of Fort Wayne is about to build a new water main on the city's north side. But some people who live in the path of the proposed pipe say they have problems with the plan. They called us with their concerns.
Mayor Tom Henry’s Legacy Fund Committee is a good idea, knowing that this would be another buffer to save the legacy funding.
Earlier this year WFFT's Brooke Welch brought you the incredible story of a local organization, called Ray of Hope.... Their mission, to identify children in Africa who are in need of life changing medical procedures. Then bring them here to northeast Indiana, get them life saving medical treatment, locate a family for them to live with while they heal, and then return them to their loved ones. Now, with the recent outbreak of the deadly virus Ebola hitting Africa, you might think Ray of Hope organizers would be holding off on future missions. But as Brooke found out, they are not letting fear keep them from helping these children in need.
Northeast Indiana's latest unemployment numbers were released and things are looking up. Hundreds of job seekers attended a Job Fair at IPFW.
The Fort Wayne Children's Zoo recycles more than 140 tons of material every year. That's the weight of about 20 elephants on one scale!
With the new school year here, safety is of course a top priority for officials. And with the tragic recent school shootings we've seen across our country.... local schools are making sure their teachers and administrators are prepared. Angola High School had their teachers participate in an active an active shooter scenario to make sure, they are prepared.
Fort Wayne Fire Department begins the Fill the Boot Campaign this Thursday.
Sunday morning scuba divers from 3 law enforcement agencies were called to investigate human skeletal remains found by a resident in Hamilton Lake in Steuben County.
The city of Berne, Indiana is known for its Swiss culture. And speaking of cultures, the Swiss are known for their cheese. And one business in Berne is making some of the best cheese in the region. WFFT’s Andrew Logsdon was having a 'grate' time at Swissland Cheese today. It's tonight's Locally Made Monday.
A line of cars showed up at the Advent Parking Lot on Parnell Avenue for a Shred Day Event sponsored by the Better Business Bureau and the Indiana State Police.
Now with all of the violent protests taking place in Ferguson, a peaceful prayer vigil was held in Fort Wayne Sunday.
The Chautauqua Days Festival took place this past weekend in Rome City.
A bar owner and several others were arrested after Fort Wayne Police say they received numerous complaints from concerned folks living in that area.
It’s the end of summer vacation and students are going back to school, and superintendants across the area want to remind students what not to bring into their schools.
And here it is. The final part of this year's Weatherman Versus Food Don Hall's Triathlon Challenge.
You might see firefighters out on local streets for the "Fill the Boot" Campaign.
Almost 40 million Americans suffer from seasonal allergies in our nation and with Fall just around the corner, we might be seeing a surge in ragweed and pollen levels.
Jimella was recently matched with a Big Sister. WFFT's Kristen Kirchhaine met up with her at the print shop, Hedgehog Press, to talk about her new match.
Brandi Stone moved to Fort Wayne just a few years ago, and where she moved from is Ferguson, Missouri. She describes her old neighborhood as similar to where she lives now in Fort Wayne.
Thursday evening graduates of the Parkview Methodist School of Nursing gathered at the hospital's Randallia campus to take photos and share memories before the building is torn down later this month.
The Fort Wayne Airport Authority is planning to build a new FBO, or Fixed Base Operator Facility, which will continue to provide fuel, maintenance, and pilot supplies to all aircrafts, commercial, and corporate.
$500,000. That’s how much the Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation Department received as a gift from the Buckner family.
A new texting program called "Trip For Texting," sends updates to your phone for students ages 8th grade through sophomore in high school.
There will be 1,200 cars total and 80 to 100 thousand people at the auction throughout the weekend.
Vera Bradley announced Wednesday 150 local jobs are being eliminated.
While Southwest Allen County kids had their first day of school Wednesday, some people in our viewing area are starting school in a more unconventional way.
Chief Little Turtle Memorial Park is a historic site located in a residential neighborhood near Downtown Fort Wayne. Some concerned residents had initially reached out to WFFT about the condition of the park.
An update to the Grube double homicide case that WFFT has been following for years now.
Over 9,000 bullying instances took place at Indiana Schools around the state this past year. So how rampant is bullying at your child's school? WFFT's Brooke Welch breaks down the numbers for the schools in Allen County.
The Fort Wayne Fire Department unveiled a brand new community "Little Free Library".
Mayor Tom Henry wants to create a 7 member committee that would review requests for legacy funding.
NARCAN, regularly a prescription drug, is what the Mercer County Sheriff’s Department was able to use to save a man last Friday from overdosing on Heroin.
According to FOX News, Academy award-winning actor/comedian Robin Williams died Monday of an apparent suicide, the Marin County Sheriff's Office said. He was 63.