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Josh Ayen


Fort Wayne, IN, United States

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Past articles by Josh:

Third annual golf outing raises funds for prosthetic limbs for youth athletes

Collin Bauer, 12, has raised about $40,000 for youth athletes since starting his annual golf outing three years ago. → Read More

Komets agree to new affiliation with Edmonton

The Komets announced they are the new ECHL affiliate of Edmonton, along with the AHL’s Bakersfield Condors, on Wednesday. → Read More

Blackhawk Christian’s Davidson dies after cancer battle

The head coach emeritus at Blackhawk Christian led the Braves to a pair of state championships in 2019 and 2021. → Read More

Homestead’s Ayanna Patterson named Miss Basketball

Patterson has also been named a McDonald’s All-American and is a Naismith High School Player of the Year finalist. → Read More

Man fighting for life after being shot inside south Fort Wayne house

An initial investigation reveals the victim was eating dinner when the suspect(s) fired gunshots into the house from the front yard. → Read More

No employees hurt after Fort Wayne business fire

Crews responded to the 3900 block of Ardmore Avenue on Monday night. → Read More

FWPD investigating shooting south of downtown

Dispatch confirmed to WANE 15 that a shooting has been reported in the 2200 block of Oliver Street. → Read More

Eastbound I-469 closed near Winchester Road exit

ALLEN COUNTY, Ind. (WANE) – A crash has closed all lanes of eastbound I-469 towards the Winchester Road exit. INDOT reported the crash around 10:45 p.m. All lanes are closed as of now between Thiele Road and Winchester Road. According to INDOT, the crash will impact traffic for an hour and a half, into the early hours of Friday. → Read More

Chicago man arrested after fleeing IN State Police, crashing into ditch

Merieal Tolbert was arrested for resisting law enforcement and possession of a stolen vehicle. → Read More

Building collapse traps worker in brick pile at Electric Works campus

Around 3 p.m., crews responded to the 1000 block of Swinney Avenue on reports of a building collapse. → Read More

IHSAA reveals boys basketball sectional pairings

Sectional play begins Mar. 1, with the championships being held on Mar. 5. → Read More

Cathedrals of basketball: NE Indiana’s top gyms

From South Adams’ Stardome to East Noble’s Big Blue Pit, learn the history behind some of northeast Indiana’s iconic gymnasiums. → Read More

House south of downtown Fort Wayne heavily damaged after fire Thursday

Firefighters arrived to the 300 block of East Branning Avenue to find heavy smoke coming from a house on Thursday afternoon. → Read More

Indiana Dunes National Park entry fee to begin March 31

The fees vary depending on the method used to enter the national park. → Read More

NACS resuming in-person board meetings, public comment Monday

NACS paused the public comment period of its regular meetings back in September “due to safety concerns.” → Read More

Follow Santa’s mission to bring Christmas cheer with NORAD

For over 65 years, the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) has helped families keep track of Santa's whereabouts. → Read More

Fort Wayne man looks to reunite decades-old class ring with owner

The ring was discovered by a man while metal detecting at an area waterway. → Read More

Heading to Night of Lights tonight? Here’s what you need to know

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – After a Night of Lights celebration was held without guests last year, families are looking forward to a traditional celebration in downtown Fort Wayne. The Night of Lights is one of many activities taking place during this week’s HolidayFest from the Downtown Improvement District. Classic displays like Santa and His […] → Read More

Old Navy offers ‘BOOTcamp’ to train prospective Santas of color

The clothing retailer has launched a Santa BOOTcamp, branded as a "Santa school for all" designed to train those of various backgrounds, ethnicities and cultural heritages who just want to spread a little holiday joy. → Read More

IDOH: Less than 6,500 kids age 5-11 received first COVID-19 vaccine shot last week

Since expanding vaccine eligibility to kids 5-11, a low number of younger children in Indiana have received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More