You'll soon be able to take your cell phone from one carrier to another without any fear of breaking the cell phone company's rules.
A parts supply shortage to Fort Wayne's General Motors Assembly Plant has caused four cancelled shifts so far this week already- and more could be coming for the majority of the plant's nearly 4000 hourly workers. WFFT spoke with officials at the plant today and they say first shift tomorrow should go as scheduled. But that all depends on the supply line getting fixed.
Two days in a row there have been 2 accidents involving motorcyclists.
A month after an IAB Financial Bank was robbed in Harlan; another IAB Financial Bank was robbed in Grabill, Indiana Tuesday Morning
Several cases of the measles have now been discovered overi n the Buckeye State. And just this week, health officials here in the Hoosier state are confirming at least one case. WFFT's Brooke Welch spoke with the Allen County Health Department about what you and your family should watch out for.
Residents in some parts of Northeast Indiana and Northwest Ohio are cleaning up after this past weekend's storms.
Aspen Dental is offering a free day of dental care in our area for those in need.
Fresh Thyme Farmer’s Market is locating at the old Boarders Book Store at Coldwater and Coliseum.
A crash involving a motorcycle and a car carrying 3 passengers leaves the motorcycle driver in critical condition Monday night.
A study out of the Netherlands shows that driving with allergy symptoms is the equivalent of a .03 blood alcohol level.
Remembering the men and women who fought in World War II and the aircraft that the greatest generation used to win the war.
People like their coffee. And a Fort Wayne-based company is changing the rules for how you get a hot cup of joe.
A 3 year old Huntington boy is battling a rare form of cancer, and his family is using his story to try and help others.
The accident happened just before 4pm Sunday near the intersection of U.S. 27 and 850 North near Decatur.
Severe storms ripped through our area Sunday afternoon. We take a look at the damage, and also have advice from an expert on how you can help protect your property.
Charges have been dropped in the first homicide of 2014 in Fort Wayne. The Allen County prosecutor announced that the January 19th shooting of Damian Miller II was the result of self defense.
Last month the state-wide ban on Gay Marriage was lifted by a Federal Judge's ruling.
The Ivy Tech Refugee Scholar Program celebrated the first 11 students to complete coursework to begin a career as a Certified Nursing Assistant.
“Spectrum” - an innovative theatrical production written and produced by middle schoolers, premieres at the Embassy Theater Saturday.
Nine year old Aden and WFFT's Kristen Kirchhaine spent time together at The Plex talking about why Aden would like a Big Brother.
A blast from the past this week on Weatherman Versus Food. Last year, we had our weekend meteorologist Andrew Logsdon in one of his biggest challenges ever. He competed in a food triathlon at the Don Hall's restaurants in downtown Fort Wayne. But it's unlike any race you've ever seen.
Supporters of same-sex marriage are preparing for Pride Fest - which starts Friday in downtown Fort Wayne.
The dog warden of the Humane Society in Van Wert, Ohio was put on administrative leave after complaints were reported to the sheriff's department that the shelter's living conditions were unacceptable for the animals.
After an 18 year old boy fron Northeastern Ohio died in May from taking powder caffeine, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration warns consumners of it's harmful effects.
Thursday night Mayor Henry took his second neighborhood walk of at least four. He said he loves being able to get out and talk with the residents of the commmunity.
A visit to the library just got a lot easier for kids. The Fort Wayne Rotary Club is joining forces with Faegre Baker Daniels Law Firm to install their 29th Little Free Library at Lions Park.
Consultants revealed at a public meeting what citizens could see along Fort Wayne's River Front.
A business that was formally an outspoken proponent for allowing smoking, has now changed their mind. WFFT's Brooke Welch traveled to Rack and Helen's in New Haven and has more on why they've decided to go smoke free.
If you get a knock on the door this week and it's your child's teacher or principal- Don't worry, they're not in trouble. Staff from Fort Wayne Community Schools are going door to door for rest of this week to let you know about upcoming registration dates. And they say it's also a way to fight competition from charter and private schools.
It's been talked about all summer, and the Frankes told WFFT Local that it would happen by this next season.
A drugstore robbery in Angola this morning turned into a high-speed police chase ending with officers taking an armed man into custody after a hostage situation. WFFT was up in Coldwater, Michigan where the chase ended. Police say the suspect robbed a CVS in Angola.
At Tuesday's City Council meeting, options were discussed for how to pay for increased sewer rates.
Now an update to a store we brought you in March. Back then, Shadarobah Horse Rescue was being evicted from their rural Allen County property. At the time, they were able to move 42 horses into foster homes. WFFT's Brooke Welch speaks with the president of the rescue, about how things are going today, and their plans for the future.
The downtown Ash building project is underway. A $98 million dollar project with residential, commercial, office space, and a parking garage.
This past weekend there were 2 train incidents, one ending in a fatality.
Elections aren't until November, but at Monday's election board meeting, they added a question to the ballot. The question is if Allen County should keep the three county commissioner system, or switch to a single executive system.
This past weekend there were several traffic accidents around our region that according to police involved the use of alcohol.
And now a sweet surprise for this week's Locally Made Monday. Bryan, Ohio is home to one of the world's largest candy companies. You've probably eaten a Dum Dum's sucker- they've been made by the Spangler Candy Company for over sixty years. It’s this week's Locally Made Monday report.
The Carriage House is changing lives in the Summit City and gaining national recognition. Now members of the Fort Wayne community are giving back to this organization.
There are over 153 million orphans around the world. WFFT speaks with one local man that traveled to India, to help these children, that have been forgotten by everyone else.
It's been an exciting week of activities at the Fort Wayne Three Rivers Festival. We take a look back at all the excitement.
Councilman John Crawford said everybody else in Indiana has a Right to Work law and the City Council is just trying to pass the Right to Work law for city employees here in Fort Wayne.
It has been the main bite of this year's Three Rivers Festival- the inaugural Coney Island Coney Dog Eating Contest.
US Officials are working to determine who brought down a Malaysia Airlines flight over hostile territory in the Ukraine.
In an effort to reach out to local Fort Wayne businesses, Mayor Tom Henry went on his first business tour of the year.
Eight year old Marvin is on the waiting list for a Big Brother. He spent time with WFFT's Kristen Kirchhaine at Franke Park talking about his search for a Big.
On Thursday morning a Malaysia Airline 777 passenger plane was shot down in the eastern area of Ukraine.
Just in the last 18 months, over 500 accidents in Allen County have involved a drunk driver.
The military and the state have cleared 122nd Air Wing Commander Colonel David Augustine of any wrong doing. But some don't feel his spending of taxpayer dollars make sense. WFFT spoke to an expert and some of you about whether this is justified government spending or more government waste.
WFFT was first to report a whistle blower's claims alleging excessive spending by Colonel David Auguststine, commander at the 122ND Fighter Wing. THOSE ALLEGATIONS PROMPTED AN INDEPENDENT INVESTIGATION INTO THE COLONEL'S SPENDING OF TAXPAYER MONEY. TODAY, ADJUTANT GENERAL OF INDIANA, MAJOR GENERAL MARTIN UMBARGER MADE THE FINDINGS OF THE INVESTIGATION PUBLIC.