As 2012 comes to a close, NewsChannel 15 is taking a look back at some of the top stories of the year. After viewers voted for their favorite, this is how the
The Fort Wayne Children's Zoo was rated the top summer attraction in Indiana in an online poll by the Indiana Office of Tourism Development.
The Fort Wayne community remembers the brutal murder of nine-year-old Aliahna Lemmon. She went missing on December 23, 2011.
Monserrate Shirley, owner of the home where the explosion occurred, her boyfriend, Mark Leonard, and his brother, Bob Leonard, were arrested Friday. Jail
The military spending bill approved by the U.S. House would keep A-10 combat jets at Fort Wayne's Air National Guard base.
Matthew Jerome, the 22-year-old man who tortured Sparkle the kitten with fireworks in June, pleaded guilty to his charges on Thursday. Jerome faces two felony
Police raided a Fort Wayne business where they found chemicals that are similar to those that are used to make Spice. Police said the SWAT team also raided a
The picture of what appeared to be someone urinating in a Nachos BellGrande made national news in early August. Thursday, the former Fort Wayne Taco Bell
The Ethics Commission has dropped a complaint that was filed against County Councilman Paul Moss on Friday.
Soldiers with an Indiana National Guard unit that had one of its members killed in an Afghanistan attack have been reunited with their families.
Indiana has recorded its 59th case of fungal meningitis linked to injections of a recalled back pain medication.
The Fighting Irish punched their ticket to Miami after they beat the University of Southern California in a 22-13 game.
Hundreds of people, including family and firefighters paid their respects to Mark Haudenschild II Friday. Haudenschild was a volunteer firefighter with the
An explosion and fire in Indianapolis has killed two people and damaged more than a dozen homes.
NewsChannel 15 covers Election 2012.
Mike Fry, known to thousands of children as Happy the Hobo, passed away Sunday.
Besides ravaging beaches in New Jersey, Superstorm Sandy swept homes off their foundations near the coast, wrecked boardwalks and knocked amusement park rides
The Rome City Post Office honored local fallen soldier Specialist Nicholas Scott Hartge on Tuesday by renaming its building after him. Hartge was killed in
The severe drought conditions that troubled Indiana through the summer have largely dissipated, with a federal report showing the state's dryness in its best
A middle school campus life director has been arrested and accused of soliciting nude photos from minors, including kids in his own youth group.