Monday, a part of the building collapsed during the demolition at the old hospital in downtown Fort Wayne. There were no injuries, however, this isn’t the first time something has happened during the demolition process at the worksite.
Whitley County officials are discussing "high speed solutions" to bringing broadband internet to its most rural parts. Residents are urging county council to support it, telling them that they're reliant on it for school, relationships, and income. But is it too challenging to build, and costly to fund?
The ACLU lawsuit hoping to block Indiana’s abortion restriction laws cite constitutional violations and discrimination in case. However, anti-abortion activists say they don’t believe the arguments used in the lawsuit will succeed in blocking those restrictions.
Indiana University Medical School Professor Dr. Gabriel Bosslet says physicians and scientists shouldn’t be afraid to advocate for change when it comes to guns in America. He recently retweeted an article about treating gun violence as a health crisis.
Nancy Eagleson was on her way home from a movie on November 13, 1960, when she was kidnapped, raped, and murdered. The crime had a tremendous impact on the entire community. “For the first time, I saw my parents frightened,” says Jeanne Windsor. “For the first time, they could not say there is no boogieman because there was a boogieman.”
A woman running for a spot on the Southwest Allen County Schools Board is recruiting “book investigators” to report items that include sexually explicit content and “other harmful materials” at all four Allen County public school systems.
At least 27 complaints were filed with the Federal Railroad Administration following a blockage of the Thomas Road crossing south of Bass Road over the weekend and into Monday, a Department of Transportation database shows.
In several key metrics, 2021 has been a busy year for troopers with the Ohio State Highway Patrol. The numbers in two counties in the ABC21 viewing area are examples of a hectic period for the public safety agency.
When you call for an ambulance, you expect it to arrive in a timely manner. But serious problems with the city's ambulance provider are calling into question that organization's ability to effectively serve the community.
Three years after the release of a list of 18 priests and deacons who faced "credible allegations" of sexual misconduct with children, updated data from the Fort Wayne-South Bend Diocese shows the inclusion of additional findings of suspected misbehavior.
What is climate change, and is it happening now? Indiana’s leading experts in climatology sort through fact and fiction on global warming, and climate change, to explain how it will impact the near future for your weather, health, and economy. ABC21’s meteorologists Matt Leach, and Gabe Prough, along with Brien McElhatten and Krista Miller, travel the state for the most up-to-date information, bringing viewers answers on what can be changed now, before its too late.
Climate change can lead to hotter days, extreme weather, and harmful emissions. It can even affect our health and well-being. The topic has become one not only of scientific study but political debate. In the former realm, there is no longer any question: Civilization has changed the course of the earth's climate. But what can be done, and can it be done in ways that all -- or at least most -- of us can accept?