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.
State and local health officials are increasing measures to protect Hoosiers if the Ebola virus were to enter our region.
Aaron Brown spent the past 2 weeks in Malawi and Zimbabwe, Africa , as part of the charitable group Forgotten Children.
Deer hunting season actually increases the likelihood of hitting a deer.
Zombies are taking over Downtown Fort Wayne for the annual Fright Night, October 18th!
WFFT's Brooke Welch talks with a hunter who lost a friend and shares some safety tips you can follow to help stay safe in the woods this hunting season.
Christopher Byars is the pastor at St. John's Lutheran Church in Fort Wayne, and is heading up a committee to help stop the spread of Ebola.
The longest running college in Fort Wayne celebrated 125 years.
The FBI is warning the public about potential ISIS inspired attacks here in the US. The targets include military personnel, police officers, government employees, and members of the media.
Neighbors in an Auburn neighborhood woke up to a boom the morning of October 14th.
Bishop Kevin Rhoades said its debatable on how the church welcomes and reaches out to families in irregular situations.
The General Motors Fort Wayne Assembly is requesting a $1 billion dollar expansion.
Fort Wayne Community Schools held a public hearing to discuss the 2015 budget and that wasn't all that was on the agenda.
There are a lot of manufacturing companies in our region, but no one is making parts like this. CNC Industries makes light-weight component parts out of aluminum- which is handy, since it's parts end up in high-speed jets and even up into space. CNC Industries is this week's Locally Made Monday.
A nurse taking care of an Ebola patient in Texas has now come down with the disease. WFFT's Brooke Welch spoke with the Allen County Health Commissioner about Ebola, and how this virus compares to other outbreaks in the past.
Camp Possability, a new summer camp designed for adults with physical disabilities, is holding their first annual fundraiser October 17th.
We are recognizing World War II veteran and Auburn native Gene Cogan.
Parkview Field held a kick off event for the campaign "Operation F-4" which stands for Fight for a Fitter Fort.
Negotiations continue at Edon Northwest Schools - where the teacher's union is unable to reach a contract agreement with the school board. This weekend at a school board meeting, residents in the community spoke out about the teacher's salaries and the school's financial situation. WFFT's Brooke Welch was at the school board meeting and has more details.
A man is dead after a shooting early Sunday morning.
Big Brothers Big Sisters is partnering with Mike's Carwash to raise money for the organization.
October is National Mental Illness Awareness Month and the Fort Wayne VA Hospital hosted an event to provide resources and education on mental illness and addiction.
Meet seven year old Daniel. His eighth birthday is just around the corner and he said he'd like a new pair of tennis shoes... and a Big Brother.
Thursday, officials at the Fort Wayne Children's Zoo unveiled two new pavilions that are under construction.
The U.S. Army's 70th Infantry Division is holding their National Reunion in Fort Wayne this weekend.
Jack Morris, Democratic Candidate for State Senate District 15
County Health Officials are working with local hospitals to respond to any serious infectious disease like Ebola, H1N1, and Hepatitis A.
Parkview said they will no longer accept UnitedHealthCare if they cannot come to an agreement with UnitedHealthCare for Medicare.
You may have noticed some chalk drawings if you took a walk through Freimann Square in Downtown Fort Wayne.
This week is Mental Illness Awareness Week and it's much more common than you think.
On Wednesday evening, the new Legacy Fund Joint Committee voted for Stacey Smith as their ninth and final member.
A Lockdown at Whitko High and Elementary Wednesday had students out of school later than normal.
A new rental car lot opened at FWA Wednesday.