Lead Stories

Turkey Cost Increase Drives Up Thanksgiving Meal

You can expect your Thanksgiving dinner to be a bit more expensive this year. The retail price of a sixteen pound turkey went up by over four dollars since last year according to an annual survey by the Indiana Farm Bureau.
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Arts & Culture

Courtesy/Bryan Ballinger

For Huntington Artist, Life's A Gas

Huntington author and Digital Media Arts Professor, Bryan Ballinger has an affinity for the absurd, as his newest children's book, Animal Gas proves.
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NorthEATS Indiana

Lisa Ryan, WBOI News

Holidays Mean Hunger For Some In Northeast Indiana

Normally on NorthEATS Indiana, we report on the variety of restaurants, farms, and other food businesses in our region. This week, we’re focusing on the lack of food. In Northeast Indiana, one in seven people don’t know where their next meal is coming from.
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Zach Bernard, WBOI News

The Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo is enjoying larger than usual attendance numbers for early October, but the grounds will be much quieter starting next week.

Fort Wayne Community Schools

The board of education for the Fort Wayne Community Schools district is receiving a national award.

The National School Boards Association annually grants the Council of Urban Boards of Education Award, known as the CUBE Award, to school boards that exceed standards in educating students and working efficiently with administrators.

This year, the Fort Wayne Community Schools board was one of three districts chosen for the award.

Courtesy/Leslie Hormann

Fort Wayne Youtheatre is launching its fall season this Friday evening with a step away from the usual lighthearted musical fare. They'll be performing an adaptation of William Golding's 1954 classic novel, "Lord of the Flies."

Lisa Ryan, WBOI News

This is the first part of a weekly series that will look at food news in Northeast Indiana. It’s called NorthEATS Indiana. And from the farms of Whitley County, to the kitchens of Fort Wayne, to Huntington County’s restaurants, we’ll be looking at news you can sink your teeth into.

Lisa Ryan, WBOI News

Northeast Indiana presented its regional cities initiative Tuesday in the hopes of receiving state money for 70 projects spread throughout the area. The plan includes improving quality of life and attracting people to the region.

Zach Bernard, WBOI News

The City of Fort Wayne may allocate more money to Parks and Recreation in the upcoming budget.

In this episode of The Weekly Experiment, Martin Fisher from Science Central talks about one of his favorite optical illusions: the Stroop Effect.  What is it, how was it researched, and how does it work? 

Courtesy/Hamilton Tescarollo

When the Indiana Music Teachers Association announced the "Teacher of the Year" award winner last Friday during its annual conference at Vincennes University, the spotlight fell on IPFW's Director of Piano Studies, Hamilton Tescarollo.

City of Fort Wayne

Fort Wayne city council at-large candidates are meeting for a public forum Friday. The event is sponsored by disability groups, and topics will focus on how to make the city more accessible.

Lisa Ryan, WBOI News

This year, the City of Fort Wayne spent more than $22 million on road and construction projects. 


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