• First Draft Of Teacher Evaluations Released

    INDIANA (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - Teachers will rally at the Statehouse from 5- 6 pm Monday night to challenge the Governor's plan to “dismantle public education in Indiana.”

  • Ford Ups Production

    DETROIT (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - Ford has announced plans for a 13 percent increase in factory production because of higher demand for Ford and Lincoln cars and trucks.

  • Group Of 122nd Troops Delayed From Returning Home Monday

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - A group of local troops were prepared to head home from an overseas mission but due to unknown circumstance has been delayed.

  • National HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

    UNDATED (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - Community leaders and aids activists are banding together to get African Americans tested for Aids.

  • Snow & Ice Brings Down Parking Canopy

    INDIANAPOLIS (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - Crews are working to keep damage at the Indianapolis International Airport from spreading.

  • Weather Record 26 Years in the Making

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - It only took 26 years, but Snow depth at the Fort Wayne Airport reached 13" on Sunday, February 6, 2011.

  • Frat House Shooting in Ohio Kills 1, Injures 11

    YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Police say 25 year-old Youngstown State University student Jamail Johnson was killed when gunfire errupted at a fraternity house early Sunday morning. Eleven other people were wounded, including six YSU students.

  • Buried Only To Be Exhumed A Year Later

    PIERCETON, Ind. (Indiana’s NewsCenter) – On Friday the Clutters were notified that Charlotte Clutter, affectionately known as “Sharky,” would have to be exhumed because her plot was sold eight years before her death.

  • This Man is Considering a Run for Governor

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Indiana’s NewsCenter) -- A familiar name in state politics is weighing a Gubernatorial run.

  • In Your Corner: Is Tax Company Playing Fair?

    FORT WAYNE, Ind., (Indiana's Newscenter)--- In Your Corner takes a closer look at a local tax company that has drawn complaints from a number or residents.