You've learned a lot about the many companies in our region who make the products. Tonight on Locally Made Monday we take a look at a local business that fixes the electronics products made here, and around the world. Electronic North is tonight's Locally Made Monday. "Industrial electronic repair and electronic repair is what I've always been good at, so
FORT WAYNE, IN (WFFT) Well here's an indication that summer is on it's way, the splash pads were turned on for the season on Saturday. The Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation Department has seven free splash pads located throughout the city. The Splash Pads are open daily from 9am to 9pm with an exception of Meyers Park at Parkview Field
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) - Local veterans are coming together for their annual Watchfire event in honor of Memorial Day. Watch the video for more...
The insect, the Emerald Ash Borer has killed millions of trees in Indiana and across the country.
A local organization rescues injured birds of prey, nurses them back to health, and then releases them back into the wild.
We are featuring Fort Wayne Navy Veteran Steve Raymeyer who was nominated by his longtime friend and barber Ken Faus.
We salute Justin Springer, an Army veteran who is working to raise money to end soldier suicide.
Now there's a company in Fort Wayne that is making it easier, and cheaper, to file for debt relief.
Destiny Moore, who is selling Pink Zebra scents out of Kokomo, it's about bringing a new business into our region.