Fort Wayne's Dr. Hedrick was questioned down in Indianapolis by the Medical Licensing Board. The Dr.'s future practicing medicine in their hands and this, just days after federal agents raided his Muncie office and the Attorney General called for his license to be suspended. You'll recall last year his Fort Wayne offices were also searched after federal agents obtained a
If you're looking for work, here's some great news. The employment report is out and reports a 1.2% growth in jobs across the Hoosier State. Currently the nation's leading state in manufacturing growth. Nearly 6,000 new manufacturing jobs, making September the largest one month job growth in decades. "It's my first time being unemployed, I'm not very proud of it."
We begin airing a one on one interview with U.S. Senator Dan Coats of Indiana and we wanted to get his take on several key issues that are concerning Hoosiers and all Americans. The Senator and WFFT's Dan Ball discussed the Ebola outbreak and you'll hear his stance on the fight against ISIS.
A few weeks ago, WFFT's Tara Petitt took us to Indiana Warm Floors to show how you can "Go Green" in your home with radiant floor heating.
We are profiling the efforts of a local teacher from Huntington who along with other teachers and scientists, teamed up to study the problems plaguing the water in Lake Erie.
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.
We are recognizing World War II veteran and Auburn native Gene Cogan.
With less that two weeks until Halloween, many people are now carving fun and scary faces onto their pumpkins. One local company though has pumpkin carving down to a science.
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.