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  • Hooked: Shattering the Stigma

    Hooked: Shattering the Stigma

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) --  A report, half a year in the making made public today.  The Lutheran Health Foundation and the IPFW Community Research Institute teaming up for the year long research on the opioid crisis in Fort Wayne and Allen County. Fort Wayne's NBC sat down with Lutheran Foundation CEO Marcia Haaff and Purdue University Fort Wayne Community Research Director Rachel Blakeman who helped us understand their findings and look ahead to possible soluti...
    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) --  A report, half a year in the making made public today.  The Lutheran Health Foundation and the IPFW Community Research Institute teaming up for the year long research on the opioid crisis in Fort Wayne and Allen County. Fort Wayne's NBC sat down with Lutheran Foundation CEO Marcia Haaff and Purdue University Fort Wayne Community Research Director Rachel Blakeman who helped us understand their findings and look ahead to possible soluti...
  • Grandparents of strangled 2-year-old seek justice

    Grandparents of strangled 2-year-old seek justice

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) - It's been one month since police charged Shane Patton in the death of a 2-year-old girl.  That's one month the grandparents of the toddler say is too long for Patton to be on the loose.  "My sweet little girl. She was so lovable, such a lovable little beauty." A little beauty who the toddler's grandparents say was a life cut far too short.  Police say 2-year-old Jocelyn Belcher was strangled in her home on Ea...
    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) - It's been one month since police charged Shane Patton in the death of a 2-year-old girl.  That's one month the grandparents of the toddler say is too long for Patton to be on the loose.  "My sweet little girl. She was so lovable, such a lovable little beauty." A little beauty who the toddler's grandparents say was a life cut far too short.  Police say 2-year-old Jocelyn Belcher was strangled in her home on Ea...
  • Manhunt continues for suspect in child's death

    Manhunt continues for suspect in child's death

    Wednesday, May 23 2018 6:09 PM EDT2018-05-23 22:09:38 GMT

    In the first part of the year, several Fort Wayne children were beaten, shaken, or choked to death. 2-year-old Jocelyn Belcher was one of them.

    In the first part of the year, several Fort Wayne children were beaten, shaken, or choked to death. 2-year-old Jocelyn Belcher was one of them.

  • Bricks from Elmhurst High School up for grabs

    Bricks from Elmhurst High School up for grabs

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) - Brick by brick, Elmhurst high school is coming down.  Starting Wednesday, graduates, staff and community members are able to pick up a few bricks in the parking lot behind the school at 3829 Sand Point Road. The company behind the demolition of the school has asked folks to take no more than 5 bricks a person.  They are also selling items like lockers and pieces of the gym floors on their public Recycle Elmhurst High School Faceb...
    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) - Brick by brick, Elmhurst high school is coming down.  Starting Wednesday, graduates, staff and community members are able to pick up a few bricks in the parking lot behind the school at 3829 Sand Point Road. The company behind the demolition of the school has asked folks to take no more than 5 bricks a person.  They are also selling items like lockers and pieces of the gym floors on their public Recycle Elmhurst High School Faceb...
  • Local companies get creative to fill openings in tough job market

    Local companies get creative to fill openings in tough job market

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) --- Ready for an eye popping statistic about the job force-- every day for the next dozen years, roughly 10,000 Americans will turn 65 on their way to retirement. It is one of the factors contributing to a critical shortage of workers for many industries. 

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) --- Ready for an eye popping statistic about the job force-- every day for the next dozen years, roughly 10,000 Americans will turn 65 on their way to retirement. It is one of the factors contributing to a critical shortage of workers for many industries. 

  • City of Fort Wayne launches website, social media channels for neighborhoods

    City of Fort Wayne launches website, social media channels for neighborhoods

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) - The City of Fort Wayne launched a new website and social media accounts to help connect Fort Wayne neighborhoods.  This new website offers a quick and easy-to-find approach to information about neighborhood meetings, contacts and City resources.  

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) - The City of Fort Wayne launched a new website and social media accounts to help connect Fort Wayne neighborhoods.  This new website offers a quick and easy-to-find approach to information about neighborhood meetings, contacts and City resources.  

  • Inspiring singer from America's Got Talent makes a stop in Fort Wayne for charity concert

    Inspiring singer from America's Got Talent makes a stop in Fort Wayne for charity concert

    Last summer, Mandy Harvey's life changed forever after her amazing performance on NBC's America's Got Talent. 

    Last summer, Mandy Harvey's life changed forever after her amazing performance on NBC's America's Got Talent. 

  • Names announced for Fort Wayne Falcon chicks

    Names announced for Fort Wayne Falcon chicks

    Wednesday, May 23 2018 7:00 AM EDT2018-05-23 11:00:07 GMT

    Three falcon chicks have been nesting on the top of the Indiana Michigan Power Center received identification bands along with their new names Wednesday.

    Three falcon chicks have been nesting on the top of the Indiana Michigan Power Center received identification bands along with their new names Wednesday.

  • Legacy Joint Funding Committee to hear Electric Works proposal

    Legacy Joint Funding Committee to hear Electric Works proposal

    Wednesday, May 23 2018 6:59 AM EDT2018-05-23 10:59:35 GMT

    About $13.5 million is on the line during a meeting Wednesday afternoon.

    About $13.5 million is on the line during a meeting Wednesday afternoon.

  • Social media could affect location of trial

    Social media could affect location of trial

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) --Amber Garrett, the Fort Wayne mom accused of turning a blind eye to the abuse of her 2 year old son, faced a judge Tuesday morning for a change of venue hearing. Garrett is charged with neglect. Police say, her live-in boyfriend, Mitchell Vanryn, had been watching Malakai when he died. He faces murder in this case. Following a large public outcry on social media about the case, Garrett's defense presented their own case for a change of ...

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) --Amber Garrett, the Fort Wayne mom accused of turning a blind eye to the abuse of her 2 year old son, faced a judge Tuesday morning for a change of venue hearing. Garrett is charged with neglect. Police say, her live-in boyfriend, Mitchell Vanryn, had been watching Malakai when he died. He faces murder in this case. Following a large public outcry on social media about the case, Garrett's defense presented their own case for a change of ...

  • One man in critical condition after shooting Monday on Fort Wayne's south side

    One man in critical condition after shooting Monday on Fort Wayne's south side

    Tuesday, May 22 2018 6:18 PM EDT2018-05-22 22:18:57 GMT

    Police are investigating after a shooting on Fort Wayne's south side left one man in critical condition.

    Police are investigating after a shooting on Fort Wayne's south side left one man in critical condition.

  • Police say traffic crash on U.S. 27 is connected to domestic dispute

    Police say traffic crash on U.S. 27 is connected to domestic dispute

    ALLEN COUNTY, Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) --- A traffic crash south of Fort Wayne leaves a woman seriously injured. But there's a twist-- police believe the crash was no accident.

    ALLEN COUNTY, Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) --- A traffic crash south of Fort Wayne leaves a woman seriously injured. But there's a twist-- police believe the crash was no accident.

  • Fort Wayne Children's Zoo adds accessibility car

    Fort Wayne Children's Zoo adds accessibility car

    The Z.O.&O. train at the Fort Wayne Children's Zoo has a new look and now everybody can take a ride.

    The Z.O.&O. train at the Fort Wayne Children's Zoo has a new look and now everybody can take a ride.

  • IPFW changes web site to match new branding

    IPFW changes web site to match new branding

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) --The official name change won't happen until July, but if you're trying to find the big public university here in Northeast Indiana online you better use the new name now.

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) --The official name change won't happen until July, but if you're trying to find the big public university here in Northeast Indiana online you better use the new name now.

  • Fort Wayne Community Schools expands no-cost meal program

    Fort Wayne Community Schools expands no-cost meal program

    Fort Wayne Community Schools announced it's expanding its 'no cost meals' to all students.

    Fort Wayne Community Schools announced it's expanding its 'no cost meals' to all students.

  • Quincy Media to assume ownership, operation of WISE TV, pending approval

    Quincy Media to assume ownership, operation of WISE TV, pending approval

    The owner of WPTA TV has entered into a deal to acquire the license for WISE TV, the CW affiliate for northeast Indiana and part of northwest Ohio, station management announced Tuesday.

    The owner of WPTA TV has entered into a deal to acquire the license for WISE TV, the CW affiliate for northeast Indiana and part of northwest Ohio, station management announced Tuesday.

  • Protecting yourself from skin cancer, Fort Wayne dermatologist shares tips

    Protecting yourself from skin cancer, Fort Wayne dermatologist shares tips

    Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States, but it's treatable and preventable.  Like with most cancers, the earlier it's caught, the better chance of survival.  Dr. Dara Spearman is a dermatologist with Parkview Physicians Group and says it's always better to be safe than sorry.  If you have a mole on your body and you're not sure if it's abnormal, come in and get it checked.  "I need patients to come in because I'm the one that has the ex...

    Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States, but it's treatable and preventable.  Like with most cancers, the earlier it's caught, the better chance of survival.  Dr. Dara Spearman is a dermatologist with Parkview Physicians Group and says it's always better to be safe than sorry.  If you have a mole on your body and you're not sure if it's abnormal, come in and get it checked.  "I need patients to come in because I'm the one that has the ex...

  • NACS parents concerned about portable classroom safety

    NACS parents concerned about portable classroom safety

    Monday, May 21 2018 5:55 PM EDT2018-05-21 21:55:44 GMT

    The recent deadly school shooting in Texas got us wondering just how safe temporary classrooms are, like the ones installed in the Northwest Allen County School district to handle the overflow of elementary students.

    The recent deadly school shooting in Texas got us wondering just how safe temporary classrooms are, like the ones installed in the Northwest Allen County School district to handle the overflow of elementary students.

  • Shots fired injure two: damage building housing police

    Shots fired injure two: damage building housing police

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) ---The Rousseau Centre in downtown Fort Wayne-- the facility that houses city police operations-- will be undergoing repairs after police say gunfire broke glass on the west side of the building. Shooting incidents from this week-end sent victims to the hospital. 

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) ---The Rousseau Centre in downtown Fort Wayne-- the facility that houses city police operations-- will be undergoing repairs after police say gunfire broke glass on the west side of the building. Shooting incidents from this week-end sent victims to the hospital. 

  • Parkview Regional plans expansion of medical campus

    Parkview Regional plans expansion of medical campus

    Monday, May 21 2018 12:56 PM EDT2018-05-21 16:56:03 GMT

    Parkview Regional is planning to expand its medical center with a new medical tower. 

    Parkview Regional is planning to expand its medical center with a new medical tower. 

  • Fort Wayne begins annual weed program

    Fort Wayne begins annual weed program

    Monday, May 21 2018 12:37 PM EDT2018-05-21 16:37:17 GMT

    Spring is here, make sure to get that lawn-mower working. 

    Spring is here, make sure to get that lawn-mower working. 

  • 28th Honor Flight to take off Wednesday

    28th Honor Flight to take off Wednesday

    Monday, May 21 2018 12:35 PM EDT2018-05-21 16:35:18 GMT

    Veterans from four wars will have the chance to visit the memorials dedicated to their service as the next Honor Flight takes off.

    Veterans from four wars will have the chance to visit the memorials dedicated to their service as the next Honor Flight takes off.

  • Coroner formally identifies woman found dead inside Fort Wayne hotel

    Coroner formally identifies woman found dead inside Fort Wayne hotel

    Monday, May 21 2018 11:01 AM EDT2018-05-21 15:01:47 GMT

    The Allen County Coroner formally identified the victim found inside a room at the Regency Inn.

    The Allen County Coroner formally identified the victim found inside a room at the Regency Inn.

  • Huntington woman awarded nearly $2-mill in back child support

    Huntington woman awarded nearly $2-mill in back child support

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) -- It's a story that could be taken straight out of a television movie.  A Huntington woman is now being awarded nearly 2 million dollars in child support, stemming from a bizarre case that's lasted nearly 25 years.  Richard Hoagland disappeared in 1993 without a trace, leaving his two children and wife behind.  "The authorities are making him accountable," says Linda Iseler, Hoagland's ex-wife. "He's a par...
    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) -- It's a story that could be taken straight out of a television movie.  A Huntington woman is now being awarded nearly 2 million dollars in child support, stemming from a bizarre case that's lasted nearly 25 years.  Richard Hoagland disappeared in 1993 without a trace, leaving his two children and wife behind.  "The authorities are making him accountable," says Linda Iseler, Hoagland's ex-wife. "He's a par...
  • Early morning shooting injures two in Fort Wayne

    Early morning shooting injures two in Fort Wayne

    Saturday, May 19 2018 11:27 AM EDT2018-05-19 15:27:33 GMT

    Two people were injured after a shooting near the Fort Wayne police headquarters Saturday morning.

    Two people were injured after a shooting near the Fort Wayne police headquarters Saturday morning.

  • Outdoor downtown Farmers Market opens tomorrow

    Outdoor downtown Farmers Market opens tomorrow

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) — Yet another season of the Young Leaders of Northeast Indiana (YLNI) Farmers Market is kicking off Saturday in downtown Fort Wayne.  

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) — Yet another season of the Young Leaders of Northeast Indiana (YLNI) Farmers Market is kicking off Saturday in downtown Fort Wayne.  

  • Fort Wayne residents sound off about how to fix school violence crisis

    Fort Wayne residents sound off about how to fix school violence crisis

    NORTHEAST Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) --- A high school in Santa Fe Texas the most recent to be rocked by deadly violence. An attacker with a shotgun and handgun killed at least 10 people.

    NORTHEAST Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) --- A high school in Santa Fe Texas the most recent to be rocked by deadly violence. An attacker with a shotgun and handgun killed at least 10 people.

  • Fort Wayne Firefighters rescue drowning fawn from pool

    Fort Wayne Firefighters rescue drowning fawn from pool

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) - Fort Wayne Firefighters saved a baby deer from drowning in an area pool Thursday.  According to Fort Wayne Animal Care & Control, FWFD Station 13 was called out to help get a baby deer out of a pool.  As they were trying to get into the gated pool, the fawn went under water for about 15 seconds.  Crews were able to scoop the little one out and give it some oxygen. After a few minutes, she was reunited with her mother.  ...

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) - Fort Wayne Firefighters saved a baby deer from drowning in an area pool Thursday.  According to Fort Wayne Animal Care & Control, FWFD Station 13 was called out to help get a baby deer out of a pool.  As they were trying to get into the gated pool, the fawn went under water for about 15 seconds.  Crews were able to scoop the little one out and give it some oxygen. After a few minutes, she was reunited with her mother.  ...

  • Third accomplice in fatal Avondale Drive shooting sentenced

    Third accomplice in fatal Avondale Drive shooting sentenced

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) - One of three men involved in a mistaken identity fatal shooting was sentenced for his role Friday.  Derek Ford, 20, was initially charged with murder but took a plea deal for a voluntary manslaughter charge.  He was sentenced to 17.5 years on Friday.  This all stems from a shooting in September 2016 on Avondale Drive that claimed the life of Robert Moore.  READ MORE: Third accomplice in fatal Avondale Drive shooti...

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) - One of three men involved in a mistaken identity fatal shooting was sentenced for his role Friday.  Derek Ford, 20, was initially charged with murder but took a plea deal for a voluntary manslaughter charge.  He was sentenced to 17.5 years on Friday.  This all stems from a shooting in September 2016 on Avondale Drive that claimed the life of Robert Moore.  READ MORE: Third accomplice in fatal Avondale Drive shooti...

  • 122 YEARS: Sentencing complete for local man convicted of sexually abusing family member

    122 YEARS: Sentencing complete for local man convicted of sexually abusing family member

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) — A Fort Wayne man sentenced 120 years for sexually abusing a family member has had an additional 2 1/2 years added on to his sentence.   

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) — A Fort Wayne man sentenced 120 years for sexually abusing a family member has had an additional 2 1/2 years added on to his sentence.   

  • FWCS names Career Academy instructor Teacher of the Year

    FWCS names Career Academy instructor Teacher of the Year

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    Karen GillieKaren Gillie

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) — An instructor at the FWCS Career Academy at Anthis has been named the 2018 Fort Wayne Community Schools Teacher of the Year.  

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) — An instructor at the FWCS Career Academy at Anthis has been named the 2018 Fort Wayne Community Schools Teacher of the Year.  

  • Girls on the Run hosts 5K event

    Girls on the Run hosts 5K event

    Friday, May 18 2018 8:00 AM EDT2018-05-18 12:00:12 GMT

    Growing up, girls often struggle to maintain a high self-confidence as they handle conflicting messages about how to act and who they should be. Girls on the Run inspires girls to recognize their inner strength and celebrate what makes them one of a kind.

    Growing up, girls often struggle to maintain a high self-confidence as they handle conflicting messages about how to act and who they should be. Girls on the Run inspires girls to recognize their inner strength and celebrate what makes them one of a kind.

  • Demolition work begins at former Scott's grocery store in Fort Wayne

    Demolition work begins at former Scott's grocery store in Fort Wayne

    Friday, May 18 2018 7:22 AM EDT2018-05-18 11:22:28 GMT

    Changes are in store for a former grocery store in the North Anthony Corridor. 

    Changes are in store for a former grocery store in the North Anthony Corridor. 

  • Forever Home Friday: Puppies need loving home

    Forever Home Friday: Puppies need loving home

    These two 8-week old puppies are up for adoption.  Ares and Astrea are brother and sister, they come to Fort Wayne from Mississippi.  

    These two 8-week old puppies are up for adoption.  Ares and Astrea are brother and sister, they come to Fort Wayne from Mississippi.  

  • Police investigate rash of violence hitting Fort Wayne streets

    Police investigate rash of violence hitting Fort Wayne streets

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) --- Call it the calm after a storm of violence. Fort Wayne police detectives are busy working on four important investigations, all tied to serious crimes from Wednesday. 

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) --- Call it the calm after a storm of violence. Fort Wayne police detectives are busy working on four important investigations, all tied to serious crimes from Wednesday. 

  • Fort Wayne students get rare opportunity in Washington, DC

    Fort Wayne students get rare opportunity in Washington, DC

    Thursday, May 17 2018 6:20 PM EDT2018-05-17 22:20:27 GMT

    Students from a Fort Wayne school got to experience Washington, DC in a unique way Wednesday.

    Students from a Fort Wayne school got to experience Washington, DC in a unique way Wednesday.

  • Last day to vote for local student's work in Doodle 4 Google contest

    Last day to vote for local student's work in Doodle 4 Google contest

    (Fort Wayne’s NBC) — A Fort Wayne student is getting recognized for her artwork in a national Google contest.  

    (Fort Wayne’s NBC) — A Fort Wayne student is getting recognized for her artwork in a national Google contest.  

  • Jimmy Fallon features Butler University graduation flub

    Jimmy Fallon features Butler University graduation flub

    BUTLER, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) — During Butler University's graduation ceremony, an unfortunate mispronunciation of a name led to big laughs and a mention on Jimmy Fallon's show.  

    BUTLER, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) — During Butler University's graduation ceremony, an unfortunate mispronunciation of a name led to big laughs and a mention on Jimmy Fallon's show.  

  • Fort Wayne girl to appear on Today Show to talk about Buddy Bench Project

    Fort Wayne girl to appear on Today Show to talk about Buddy Bench Project

    A Fort Wayne 3rd grader is making sure no one feels left out at her school.  9-year-old Sammie Vance started the "Buddy Bench Project." Sammie says everyone gets lonely sometimes, including herself.  She thought the benches would help create friendships.  Her principal loved the idea and Sammie was determined to make it a reality.  Her mom found a company that turned recycled caps and lids into benches.  400 pounds of caps were needed for one b...

    A Fort Wayne 3rd grader is making sure no one feels left out at her school.  9-year-old Sammie Vance started the "Buddy Bench Project." Sammie says everyone gets lonely sometimes, including herself.  She thought the benches would help create friendships.  Her principal loved the idea and Sammie was determined to make it a reality.  Her mom found a company that turned recycled caps and lids into benches.  400 pounds of caps were needed for one b...

  • 5 events happening in the Fort this weekend

    5 events happening in the Fort this weekend

    Salomon Farm Fiber Arts Celebration Friday, May 18 and Saturday, May 19 • Salomon Farm Park Celebrate fiber arts with hands-on fun including wool dyeing, spinning, weaving, and more! Visit sheep and alpaca, purchase fiber products, and grab a bite from the food vendors. Fort4Fitness Spring Cycle Saturday, May 19 • Downtown Arts Campus Cyclists begin at the Arts United Center, and set off on one of five tour distances. Don’t miss the Finish Line Celebration with the Ki...

    Salomon Farm Fiber Arts Celebration Friday, May 18 and Saturday, May 19 • Salomon Farm Park Celebrate fiber arts with hands-on fun including wool dyeing, spinning, weaving, and more! Visit sheep and alpaca, purchase fiber products, and grab a bite from the food vendors. Fort4Fitness Spring Cycle Saturday, May 19 • Downtown Arts Campus Cyclists begin at the Arts United Center, and set off on one of five tour distances. Don’t miss the Finish Line Celebration with the Ki...

  • Family claims boy with special needs was bullied, neglected at school

    Family claims boy with special needs was bullied, neglected at school

    Wednesday, May 16 2018 6:34 PM EDT2018-05-16 22:34:33 GMT

    A family claims a Fort Wayne Community Schools third grader with special needs has been bullied by students and neglected by educators.

    A family claims a Fort Wayne Community Schools third grader with special needs has been bullied by students and neglected by educators.

  • FWCS celebrates 3,100 years of service by 113 retirees

    FWCS celebrates 3,100 years of service by 113 retirees

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) - Fort Wayne Community Schools is saying goodbye to 113 teachers and other staff members with more than 3,100 combined years of services.  The district is hosting a retirement dinner Thursday, May 17 to celebrate.  Some retirees are leaving at the end of the year, while others are already several months into their retirements. The district wishes the best to the teachers, bus drivers, classroom assistants, secretaries, administrato...
    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) - Fort Wayne Community Schools is saying goodbye to 113 teachers and other staff members with more than 3,100 combined years of services.  The district is hosting a retirement dinner Thursday, May 17 to celebrate.  Some retirees are leaving at the end of the year, while others are already several months into their retirements. The district wishes the best to the teachers, bus drivers, classroom assistants, secretaries, administrato...
  • Royal Wedding Week: How to achieve the perfect look

    Royal Wedding Week: How to achieve the perfect look

    Millions of people will watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle say their "I do's" this weekend.  The world is celebrating the grand occasion as are morning anchors Julian Teekaram and Pauleen Le.  This week, they're exploring everything from the latest wedding dress fashions to makeup.  They caught up with the folks at Merle Norman for tips on how to achieve the perfect look on your special day.  Click on the video to learn everything from filling ...

    Millions of people will watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle say their "I do's" this weekend.  The world is celebrating the grand occasion as are morning anchors Julian Teekaram and Pauleen Le.  This week, they're exploring everything from the latest wedding dress fashions to makeup.  They caught up with the folks at Merle Norman for tips on how to achieve the perfect look on your special day.  Click on the video to learn everything from filling ...

  • Fort Wayne nurse saves fellow runner's life

    Fort Wayne nurse saves fellow runner's life

    Tuesday, May 15 2018 5:53 PM EDT2018-05-15 21:53:11 GMT

    There are times in your life when you might think that someone has been in the right place at the right time. That certainly is true for a Fort Wayne nurse who ran in the Indy mini marathon.

    There are times in your life when you might think that someone has been in the right place at the right time. That certainly is true for a Fort Wayne nurse who ran in the Indy mini marathon.

  • 911 call lays out emotional Paulding County homicide scene

    911 call lays out emotional Paulding County homicide scene

    PAULDING CO. Ohio (Fort Wayne's NBC) --- A startling recording released of a 911 phone call in a Paulding County Ohio murder investigation. The suspect phones dispatchers, describing what happened when his wife's grandson refused to obey his orders to get out of the house. 

    PAULDING CO. Ohio (Fort Wayne's NBC) --- A startling recording released of a 911 phone call in a Paulding County Ohio murder investigation. The suspect phones dispatchers, describing what happened when his wife's grandson refused to obey his orders to get out of the house. 

  • September trial set for man accused of killing gas station clerk on Thanksgiving

    September trial set for man accused of killing gas station clerk on Thanksgiving

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) — The trial date has been set for the man who is accused of killing a gas station clerk on Thanksgiving.  

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) — The trial date has been set for the man who is accused of killing a gas station clerk on Thanksgiving.  

  • Mayoral candidate Crawford outlines campaign platform

    Mayoral candidate Crawford outlines campaign platform

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) — Fort Wayne City Councilman has announced the issues he'll be focusing on during his mayoral campaign.  

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) — Fort Wayne City Councilman has announced the issues he'll be focusing on during his mayoral campaign.  

  • Warrant service leads to six arrests in Fort Wayne

    Warrant service leads to six arrests in Fort Wayne

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    Six people, including two minors, were arrested after police served a search warrant on a Fort Wayne home Monday night.

    Six people, including two minors, were arrested after police served a search warrant on a Fort Wayne home Monday night.

  • A closer look at organ donation in Indiana

    A closer look at organ donation in Indiana

    Monday, May 14 2018 6:26 PM EDT2018-05-14 22:26:07 GMT

    Thousands of people have been following the news of 5-year-old Ziek Washington of Fort Wayne. He's fighting for his life in an Indianapolis hospital in desperate need of a kidney donation. But with his heart now functioning at just 16%, little Ziek now needs a heart transplant, as well.

    Thousands of people have been following the news of 5-year-old Ziek Washington of Fort Wayne. He's fighting for his life in an Indianapolis hospital in desperate need of a kidney donation. But with his heart now functioning at just 16%, little Ziek now needs a heart transplant, as well.

  • Glenbrook Mall uses food in fight to survive intense competition

    Glenbrook Mall uses food in fight to survive intense competition

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) --- Management at Fort Wayne's signature shopping mall is engaging in a different kind of "food fight" to try and expand the location's customer base. It involves the tactic of getting to shoppers' pocketbooks by catering to their taste buds.

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) --- Management at Fort Wayne's signature shopping mall is engaging in a different kind of "food fight" to try and expand the location's customer base. It involves the tactic of getting to shoppers' pocketbooks by catering to their taste buds.

  • Fort Wayne Urban League names new President

    Fort Wayne Urban League names new President

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) — The Fort Wayne Urban League (FWUL) has announced their new President and Chief Executive Officer.   

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) — The Fort Wayne Urban League (FWUL) has announced their new President and Chief Executive Officer.   

  • Allen County wanted persons for 5/14

    Allen County wanted persons for 5/14

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) — Greater Fort Wayne Crime Stoppers is looking for help finding these wanted persons.  

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) — Greater Fort Wayne Crime Stoppers is looking for help finding these wanted persons.  

  • String of overdoses due to synthetic drug 'Spice' in Indiana

    String of overdoses due to synthetic drug 'Spice' in Indiana

    (Fort Wayne’s NBC) — Police say over a dozen people in Indianapolis were treated after overdosing by smoking or ingesting a synthetic drug called Spice.   

    (Fort Wayne’s NBC) — Police say over a dozen people in Indianapolis were treated after overdosing by smoking or ingesting a synthetic drug called Spice.   

  • Royal Wedding Week: British protocol and etiquette

    Royal Wedding Week: British protocol and etiquette

    The Royal Wedding is this week and millions of people will tune in to watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle say their "I do's." In honor of the grand occasion, Fort Wayne's NBC Today anchors Julian Teekaram and Pauleen Le are exploring wedding traditions and British history.  Etiquette and Courtesy Consultant Karen Hickman gave the ladies an etiquette lesson.  Hickman says if you're an American attending the royal wedding, curtseying to The Queen is optional.&nbs...

    The Royal Wedding is this week and millions of people will tune in to watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle say their "I do's." In honor of the grand occasion, Fort Wayne's NBC Today anchors Julian Teekaram and Pauleen Le are exploring wedding traditions and British history.  Etiquette and Courtesy Consultant Karen Hickman gave the ladies an etiquette lesson.  Hickman says if you're an American attending the royal wedding, curtseying to The Queen is optional.&nbs...

  • Clyde Theatre readies to start new entertainment tradition in Quimby Village

    Clyde Theatre readies to start new entertainment tradition in Quimby Village

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) --- Fort Wayne music lovers starting Saturday will have a brand new venue to satisfy their hunger for food, drink and entertainment. It comes with the grand opening of the new improved Clyde Theatre.

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) --- Fort Wayne music lovers starting Saturday will have a brand new venue to satisfy their hunger for food, drink and entertainment. It comes with the grand opening of the new improved Clyde Theatre.

  • Fort Wayne taxi driver robbed at gunpoint

    Fort Wayne taxi driver robbed at gunpoint

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) — Police are investigating after a taxi driver was robbed at gunpoint.   

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) — Police are investigating after a taxi driver was robbed at gunpoint.   

  • Local woman dies after getting trapped under lawnmower

    Local woman dies after getting trapped under lawnmower

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) — A 69-year-old woman has died after getting trapped underneath her lawnmower in Fort Wayne. 

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) — A 69-year-old woman has died after getting trapped underneath her lawnmower in Fort Wayne. 

  • Forever Home Friday: Babe and Bert up for adoption

    Forever Home Friday: Babe and Bert up for adoption

    Babe and Bert are looking to find their forever home! This pair comes together, you don't get one without the other! It's only $50 dollars to adopt both dogs.  These 13-year-olds need a lot of tender, love and care! If you're looking for two companions, contact the Allen County SPCA at 260-744-0454.  For more information on the adoption process, you can also head to their website, click here. 

    Babe and Bert are looking to find their forever home! This pair comes together, you don't get one without the other! It's only $50 dollars to adopt both dogs.  These 13-year-olds need a lot of tender, love and care! If you're looking for two companions, contact the Allen County SPCA at 260-744-0454.  For more information on the adoption process, you can also head to their website, click here. 

  • Stores in Dupont construction zone are losing business

    Stores in Dupont construction zone are losing business

    Thursday, May 10 2018 6:30 PM EDT2018-05-10 22:30:11 GMT

    If you typically use Dupont Road, you know what a mess it is right now, with all the construction projects going on. What you might not know is how badly the torn up road is hurting businesses along the construction route.

    If you typically use Dupont Road, you know what a mess it is right now, with all the construction projects going on. What you might not know is how badly the torn up road is hurting businesses along the construction route.

  • Important questions to ask your oncologist

    Important questions to ask your oncologist

    If you, or someone you love, has cancer, you need to get educated. Learning as much as you can about your condition, your prognosis and treatment options can help you feel more empowered. It can also help ensure that you receive the most complete care possible. We know you have many questions, but how do you know if you’re asking the right ones? Goshen Center for Cancer Care has put together an informative packet concerning the best questions to ask your oncologist before you...
    If you, or someone you love, has cancer, you need to get educated. Learning as much as you can about your condition, your prognosis and treatment options can help you feel more empowered. It can also help ensure that you receive the most complete care possible. We know you have many questions, but how do you know if you’re asking the right ones? Goshen Center for Cancer Care has put together an informative packet concerning the best questions to ask your oncologist before you...
  • Five things every woman should know about cervical health

    Five things every woman should know about cervical health

    When was the last time you saw your doctor for a well-woman exam? Having a yearly gynecological exam is a crucial element of preventive healthcare for women and is key to the early detection and treatment of cervical cancer. January is Cervical Health Awareness Month, and this year, nearly 13,000 women in the United States will be diagnosed with cervical cancer. At one point in time, cervical cancer was one of the deadliest forms of cancer among women in the U.S. But due to an i...
    When was the last time you saw your doctor for a well-woman exam? Having a yearly gynecological exam is a crucial element of preventive healthcare for women and is key to the early detection and treatment of cervical cancer. January is Cervical Health Awareness Month, and this year, nearly 13,000 women in the United States will be diagnosed with cervical cancer. At one point in time, cervical cancer was one of the deadliest forms of cancer among women in the U.S. But due to an i...
  • Person-Centeredness: What Is It?

    Person-Centeredness: What Is It?

    We hear much these days about the concept of Person-Centeredness, Resident-Oriented Care, or Person-Centered Care. There seems to be some confusion regarding this meaning, but if we distill it down to its most basic definition, it can be summed up as: knowing the person from a holistic perspective and providing them with a life that is individualized to meet his/her needs and preferences. Additionally, we understand that a “Use it or Lose it” philosophy is an important par...
    We hear much these days about the concept of Person-Centeredness, Resident-Oriented Care, or Person-Centered Care. There seems to be some confusion regarding this meaning, but if we distill it down to its most basic definition, it can be summed up as: knowing the person from a holistic perspective and providing them with a life that is individualized to meet his/her needs and preferences. Additionally, we understand that a “Use it or Lose it” philosophy is an important par...
  • Overturned semi closes I-469 ramp Tuesday morning

    Overturned semi closes I-469 ramp Tuesday morning

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- An overturned semi in Fort Wayne is causing some traffic headaches Tuesday morning.  It happened just before 5:30 a.m. on the I-469 ramp leading to I-69 southbound - mile marker 31 on I-469. Officials urge drivers to avoid the area and find alternative routes as it may take several hours to clear the roads. Fort Wayne's NBC will continue to update this story as more information becomes available.

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- An overturned semi in Fort Wayne is causing some traffic headaches Tuesday morning.  It happened just before 5:30 a.m. on the I-469 ramp leading to I-69 southbound - mile marker 31 on I-469. Officials urge drivers to avoid the area and find alternative routes as it may take several hours to clear the roads. Fort Wayne's NBC will continue to update this story as more information becomes available.

  • Temporary Eckhart Public Library location opens

    Temporary Eckhart Public Library location opens

    Tuesday, October 10 2017 2:19 PM EDT2017-10-10 18:19:34 GMT
    Inside the new Eckhart Public Library temporary location (Photo//Eckhart Public Library)Inside the new Eckhart Public Library temporary location (Photo//Eckhart Public Library)
    It will be home away from home for a while.The temporary Eckhart Public Library location opened its doors Tuesday at a shopping center in Auburn. The location will offer a variety of services to area residents as work takes place to restore the main libr
    It will be home away from home for a while.The temporary Eckhart Public Library location opened its doors Tuesday at a shopping center in Auburn. The location will offer a variety of services to area residents as work takes place to restore the main libr
  • Aerial photos show aftermath of egg production facility fire

    Aerial photos show aftermath of egg production facility fire

    NORTH MANCHESTER, Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) -- We're getting a better view of the aftermath of a large fire that leveled five buildings and killed about a million chickens earlier this week.  Officials are still investigating what caused a fire that happened at Hi-Grade Egg Production and Processors around 10:30 p.m. Monday. READ MORE: Egg production facility loses over a million chickens in massive fire Warsaw radio station WIOE took aerial photographs from a helicopt...

    NORTH MANCHESTER, Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) -- We're getting a better view of the aftermath of a large fire that leveled five buildings and killed about a million chickens earlier this week.  Officials are still investigating what caused a fire that happened at Hi-Grade Egg Production and Processors around 10:30 p.m. Monday. READ MORE: Egg production facility loses over a million chickens in massive fire Warsaw radio station WIOE took aerial photographs from a helicopt...

  • How to get the full 2017 solar eclipse experience

    How to get the full 2017 solar eclipse experience

    Monday, August 14 2017 1:03 PM EDT2017-08-14 17:03:26 GMT
    Many Americans are about to experience a unique natural occurrence that has not been seen since 1991.
    Many Americans are about to experience a unique natural occurrence that has not been seen since 1991.
  • Bus driver evacuates children before school bus catches on fire

    Bus driver evacuates children before school bus catches on fire

    Friday, August 4 2017 1:25 PM EDT2017-08-04 17:25:15 GMT
    The Auburn Fire Chief is crediting the quick work of a school bus driver who evacuated children from a school bus before it caught on fire Friday morning.The fire happened around 6:56 Friday morning near the intersection of East Auburn Drive and Quinten
    The Auburn Fire Chief is crediting the quick work of a school bus driver who evacuated children from a school bus before it caught on fire Friday morning.The fire happened around 6:56 Friday morning near the intersection of East Auburn Drive and Quinten
  • Man accused in playing a role in September 2016 fatal shooting pleads guilty to lesser charge

    Man accused in playing a role in September 2016 fatal shooting pleads guilty to lesser charge

    Friday, August 4 2017 11:29 AM EDT2017-08-04 15:29:34 GMT
    One of the men accused in playing a role in a deadly September 2016 shooting was in court Friday to plead guilty to a lesser charge.Kahmarri Spencer pleaded guilty Friday to aiding in an aggravated battery in connection with the shooting death of Robert
    One of the men accused in playing a role in a deadly September 2016 shooting was in court Friday to plead guilty to a lesser charge.Kahmarri Spencer pleaded guilty Friday to aiding in an aggravated battery in connection with the shooting death of Robert
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