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Man charged with killing two, injuring two in Huntington stabbing

Police believe James Lee Bonewitz stabbed four people before fleeing a Whitelock Street home. Man charged with killing two, injuring two in Huntington stabbing. Police believe James Lee Bonewitz stabbed four people before fleeing a Whitelock Street home.
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4 hurt after motorcycle hits car in Garrett

GARRETT, Ind. (AP) — Four people have been hurt after a motorcycle collided with a car in northeastern Indiana. The 37-year-old motorcycle operator was speeding Friday when he crossed the centerline of a road in Garrett and struck the car. Garrett is north of Fort Wayne. The DeKalb County...
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Three Rivers Festival is back, better than ever

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – One of Indiana’s largest summer festivals is in the horizon. The Three Rivers Festival is back with new features this year. Artists like CeeLo Green, Ginuwine and Here Come the Mummies are in the lineup. New this year, Sunday July 10th there will be a local showcase featuring bands and breweries such as Mad Anthony, Kekionga Cider and more.

Fort Wayne voices rally downtown to support, protest Roe v. Wade ruling

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – The day after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, groups are rallying at the Allen County Courthouse to express their views on abortion, calling for celebration or change, depending on who you talk to. Advocates of abortion rights joined the Allen County...

Advancing Voices of Women panelists react to Roe v. Wade ruling

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – In 2020, leading up to the presidential election, WANE 15 and Advancing Voices of Women, or AVOW, discussed the biggest issues in an exclusive project called “A House Divided.” The goal was to have civil conversations with people from different backgrounds and viewpoints to find common ground.

Cutie King and Queen Come To Court

NORTH WEBSTER — The 76th annual Mermaid Festival Cutie King and Queen Pageant marched into the North Webster Community Center at 7 p.m. June 24. With 19 girls and 14 boys all vying for the title of Cutie Queen and King, the pageant gave attendees a glimpse of some of the cutest kids reigning in this county, or having previously reigned.

Build, celebrate community at the Sunnybrook Festival

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Bethany United Methodist Church is back for a 6th year with its annual Sunnybrook Festival. Located right in the Sunnybrook neighborhood, the festival gives residents the chance to celebrate each other will having a good time. There will be free food, games, bounce houses, door prizes and more. Mark’s Ark will also be there with exotic furry friends to check out.

New Events At Warsaw Community Public Library

WARSAW — Looking for something fun to do during summer break?. The Warsaw Community Public Library is excited to share some new events and bring back old favorites for this summer. Here is a list of activities you can share with your friends. Come and join library staff for fun, snacks and prizes. All ages are eligible for the Summer Reading Challenge and you may get a raffle ticket for attending events.

Jaden Moreland joins Defiance soccer program

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) - Jaden Moreland, out of Leo high school, has signed to continue his soccer career at Defiance College. Moreland spent time as a goalie while playing for the Lions and was also a field player for the Fort Wayne United Futbol Club. The former Lion plans...

Parkview Health welcomes first residency program members

The physicians walked across a stage and accepted their lab coats Friday afternoon at the Parkview Mirro Center. Parkview Health welcomes first residency program members. The physicians walked across a stage and accepted their lab coats Friday afternoon at the Parkview Mirro Center.

Hot start to weekend

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) - The heat will continue again on this Saturday. The humidity won’t be too high and the area should remain dry during the day. A cold front will pass through the area tonight into early Sunday and at least bring a chance of rain. If the rain showers develop they will weaken as they move east through the area early Sunday morning. The sun will return Sunday and it will be a little cooler.

Hundreds protest Roe v. Wade reversal in downtown Fort Wayne

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) -- Hundreds of protestors lined the streets of downtown Fort Wayne for the Rally for Women’s Rights Saturday afternoon. The United Women for Progress Allen County, the Allen County Democratic Party and the Allen County Young Democrats organized the rally after the U.S. Supreme Court reversed Roe v. Wade on Friday.

TinCaps drop rollercoaster game in ten innings

FORT WAYNE, Ind. – Down 5-0 heading into the bottom of the eighth, the TinCaps scored three runs in the inning then added two more in the bottom of the ninth to knot the game, but ultimately fell 10-6 in ten innings to the Great Lakes Loons at Parkview Field on Friday night. The TinCaps […]

Bill Blass, Ghost Army celebrations continue with new exhibit

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – An exhibit honoring the 100th birthday of Bill Blass is at the Veterans National Memorial Shrine and Museum. The Ghost Army and Bill Blass Exhibit is out for display. Bill Blass, known for being a premier fashion designer, was born and raised in Fort...

Humane Fort Wayne holds Pet Adoption event

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) —People were not the only ones strolling through The Landing Saturday afternoon. Humane Fort Wayne hosted its Pet Adoption event. Pet-related vendors lined the streets while offering different products and services. The main part of the event is attendees and potential adopters spending some time...

Aboite Volunteer Fire Station hosts benefit breakfast

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) — Many people left from the Aboite Volunteer Fire Station Saturday morning on a full stomach. The fire station held a Pancake & Sausage Breakfast to benefit the fire department and The Lighthouse Addiction Recovery Center. It was free to eat with a donation. Fire...