The City of Fort Wayne is spending $450,000 Legacy Fund dollars on a study to determine how to best develop the riverfront.
Indiana has been selected to participate in "Breakfast in the Classroom".
Some good news for the Ronald McDonald House over at Parkview Regional Children's Hospital.
President Barack Obama is expected to dramatically change the social landscape of this country by reportedly shielding as many as five million illegals from deportation by granting them work permits.
Set of Grandparents adopt biological grandson on National Adoption Day in Allen County.
It's a Thanksgiving tradition that goes back through American history. Each year, the President officially pardons two special turkeys. Their crime- being delicious.
Have major changes to the Healthcare system and the introduction of the Affordable Care Act helped or hurt people?
This week is National Homeless Awareness Week and Fort Wayne Police have been evicting homeless folks from under bridges. The problem of homelessness is also growing among young people.
Thanksgiving is next week, and many of us are going to head to the grocery store this weekend to stock up on all of the staples... The turkey, stuffing, rolls, and sides. But how much does this holiday affect your wallet?
Some sad news out of Wabash County. A North Manchester police officer died Monday afternoon when his SUV collided with a school bus.
The 2013-2014 winter season was a record breaker. Not only did we see more subzero temperatures since 2011 but also a record-breaking amount of snowfall just short of the current record.
A 9 member committee was recently created to oversee the millions of dollars in the Legacy Fund for future city projects. What exactly is the fund and how are city leaders using and investing the money?
Snow blanketed the area for our first significant snowfall of the season and City Officials were ready for it.
With snow on the ground, more precipitation coming, and a warm up on the way, we take a look at how to protect your home from flooding.
The notice is signed at the bottom by the Fort Wayne Police Department.
Red Cross is looking for more donors this holiday season!
Now another Locally Made success story. When we last showed you the unique Fort Wayne chocolatier Sweets so Geek, it had just expanded to internet and local sales. Now, it's taking it to the next level.
Last year we had record levels of snowfall and cold temperatures in Northeast Indiana. Snowfall hit the area with accumulation of up to 4 inches and we have advice on how to prepare for this year's Winter season.
For 80 seasons, Traders Point Hunt in Zionsville, Indiana has been hosting Foxless Fox Hunts. Check out the video for the story!
Headwaters Park is getting ready to open the outdoor ice rink.
The Rescue Mission and Charis House had 25 people sleeping outside Friday night to show what it is like being homeless this time of year.
Onto the second part of our special report where WFFT speaks with experts on the social media tactics the terror group ISIS is using to recruit young Americans.
Six year old Lailah was recently placed on the Big Brothers Big Sisters waiting list. She hopes she doesn't have to wait long for a Big Sister.
Pretty soon you'll start seeing bell ringers at local grocery stores and banks, asking for donations benefiting the Salvation Army. Every year during the holiday season the non-profit holds their Red Kettle Campaign.
Snow flurries were seen throughout the area Thursday and plummeting temperatures this week means turning up the heat on your thermostat and getting ready for a long winter.
Since President Obama authorized air strikes against ISIS, concerns have been growing that it's just not enough to contain the rapidly expanding terror group.
Most people these days are involved with social media and now plenty of organizations are getting involved.
The Turnstone Expansion Project began construction last Friday and 2 local businesses presented large donations to fund the 125 square foot "Turnstone of Tomorrow".
Sheriff Jeff Grey says since hanging door notes, they have received tips on heroin usage.
State officals say manufacturing is on the rise in northeast Indiana. But the problem remains- employers are having a tough time finding qualified workers to fill technical and advanced positions.
Deanna Crumb is dealing with the loss of her 14 year old daughter, and speaking out on the dangers of bullying.
When a major disaster strikes, we trust health workers and first responders to help us out. Tuesday at Parkview Regional Medical Center crews practiced how to respond to a chemical explosion.
He spent 3 years overseas fighting the Germans along side allied forces.
Veterans at Frontier Communications were awarded with a commemorative challenge coin.
We've all heard about selling used items at garage sales or on craigslist....Well, there's another way to sell the times you don't want anymore that's become very popular, Facebook garage sale sites.
Free giveaways for Veteran's Day with a military I.D.
Radio Shack is closing 2 locations in Fort Wayne.
The 50 thousand square feet of new space will feature a 29 thousand square foot multi-purpose are for many events the Coliseum hosts.
The next time you order an onion blossom appetizer, think about how the machine used to make it was invented in Hicksville, Ohio. Nemco Food Quipment makes over one hundred food prep devices. Not just the onion maker- Nemco's slicers, hot dog grills, and food warmers are in restaurants and kitchens all over the world.
People in our area wanting to adopt a child stopped by the 16th Annual Adoption Celebration.
Beheadings and persecution by ISIS remains a growing global problem. Doctor David Carlson at Franklin College in Indiana has studied religious violence for the past ten years and answers ISIS questions.
The Annual Veterans Day Parade and Ceremony was Held this Weekend.
A small plane crashed in Paulding County around six Thursday evening. First responders arrived at the explosion near County Road 60 and County Road 137, but found no survivors.
Governor Mike Pence made a visit to Huntington University where he met with students on campus and also led a labor economics class for the afternoon.
Twelve year old Jermyla is full of cheer, energy, and has a great smile. WFFT spent time with her at a Big Brothers Big Sisters event at IPFW.
An Indiana mother shares her tragic story of losing her son to synthetic drugs. It's a story she hopes will prevent other teens from making the same fatal decision.
The Superintendent of East Allen County Schools held a press conference to discuss school accountability grades.
The biggest shakeup during the elections occurred on the National level with the balance of power shifting in the Senate to the Republicans.
Despite all of the change politically, one thing that is here to stay in Indiana is same sex marriage. When the Us Supreme Court declined to hear the appeal last month, same sex marriage became legal five more states, bringing the national total to thirty-two states. The change impacts Hoosier same sex families as well as employers who offer health insurance. WFFT's Andrew Logsdon brings us this special report.
Did you know visitors to the Fort Wayne area spend $490 million dollars annually?