WIN this 2014 Chevy Equinox!

Remembering Don Moore

Dekalb Free Fall Fair  Kashmir Show

Keep Up To Date With....

  • Pet Of The Week Check out the HAWK Pet of the Week
  • East Noble Football Get all your 2014 East Noble Knights Football action right here!
  • DeKalb Football 2014 DeKalb Baron Football EVERY GAME - EVERY PLAY!

Latest News from KPC Media

KENDALLVILLE — Students from area high schools got a lesson in law when the Indiana Court of Appeals heard a case Tuesday afternoon at East Noble High School.
Read more...
AVILLA — An expert on how to speak to children, and encourage self-esteem and responsibility will present his advice in a public presentation at Oak Farm Montessori School on Thursday, Oct. 2, from 6-
Read more...
KENDALLVILLE — The last of the biosolids currently stored at the Wayne Street wastewater treatment plant will be removed to an approved landfill site.
Read more...
TOPEKA — A 22-year-old Millersburg man was jailed Monday evening after the car he was driving struck and killed an elderly bicyclist near Topeka in rural LaGrange County, police say.
Read more...
Kendallville Public Library patrons donated approximately 400 pounds of food to the Friendship Food Pantry in Kendallville from the library’s Food for Fines program. At the Limberlost Public Library i
Read more...
ALBION — South CR 300W between U.S. and West CR 275S, southeast of Wolf Lake, will be closed until Wednesday while Noble County Highway Department workers make repairs to the road.
Read more...

Latest Stories from NewsChannel15

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Wolcottville native Karch Bachman is projected as a second or third round draft pick in the NHL Central Scouting Service’s recently released rankings for the 2015 NHL Draft. Bachman, who is entering his senior season as Culver Academy, was given a “B” grade by the CSS. A Miami University commit, Bachman played for the Team USA U18 squad this past summer. Click here to see the story WANE did on him this summer.
Read more...
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – 2A no. 5 Canterbury topped Warsaw 3-0 on Tuesday night at Hancock Field to headline local prep soccer action. Logan Lee and Akil Watts tallied goals in the first half for the Cavaliers. Gramm Kauffman scored in the 43rd minute to set the final at 3-0. Ross Warshauer was in goal for the Canterbury shutout.
Read more...
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE)  Homestead High School hosted the first of four scheduled “flex days” on Tuesday. Students received their assignments electronically and completed their work at home, while teachers and staff members took part in professional development opportunities. Homestead remained open during the day for students who wanted to attend school or who needed access to the Internet. Administrators at Southwest Allen County Schools say flex days allow the district to continue the educational process and save money. Teachers spent the morning in professional development workshops and were available for students’ questions in the afternoon. Since students were completing lessons at...
Read more...
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE)  Leaders at East Allen County Schools hosted an open house and dedication ceremony Tuesday to showcase the district’s new sensory room. The sensory room, which is designed to create both a calming and stimulating atmosphere for students, is located on the Woodlan K-12 campus. The room contains specialized equipment that addresses different sensory-based needs. As a result, educators say there’s a decrease in destructive and disruptive behaviors and an increase in student focus and productivity. “There’s jumping and there’s bike riding and there’s swinging and there’s musical steps. It’s a great release for students who need to be...
Read more...
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) A local bar and grill hit by violence will close if the Allen County Alcohol and Tobacco Commission has anything to do with it. Monday, the board voted unanimously not to renew the alcohol license for Sports and Spirits Bar and Grill on East Wayne Street. NewsChannel 15 spoke to one of the owners of the bar who said he is doing what he can in a bad neighborhood and doesn’t condone illegal behavior. However, police said it has nothing to do with the neighborhood, but the ownership. Fort Wayne Police responded to 68 calls to the bar last year...
Read more...
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – More aid is headed to domestic violence shelters across the state.  The Indiana Criminal Justice Institute’s Board of Trustees agreed to release more than $1M additional dollars than what was given last year.  More funds mean more help for those in need.  Something officials at our local YWCA say couldn’t come at a better time. “We have a 45 bed shelter. Last week we hit a peak of 68,” CEO of YWCA Northeast Indiana Debby Beckman said. No, it wasn’t just a busy week last week.  Over the past year, it has been a common trend local YWCA...
Read more...

Now Streaming LIVE

No Flash Player Click to hear this stream.