Abby Jackson joined FOX 55 News in July 2017 as a Multi-Media Journalist. Growing up in Winamac, Indiana, Abby graduated from Ball State University in May of 2017.
While at Ball State, Abby studied Journalism and Telecommunications. She was also involved in NewsLink Indiana.
In the spring of 2017, Abby had the opportunity to intern at WTHR in Indianapolis, Indiana.
When she's not reporting, Abby enjoys longboarding, playing music, and yoga.
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It's been just over a week since three Girl Scouts and a mother were hit and killed by a pick-up truck while they cleaned up trash on a highway.
One male is dead after a shooting Sunday evening.
In a recent study of 70 homes, eight of them were found to have high lead levels in their water due to old pipes.
Mend Medical opened in Fort Wayne in October. The president, Ben Joseph, said the health care system is broken, and he can help heal it.
Students and staff invited veterans in their family to the school for makeovers, breakfast, and a ceremony to celebrate Veteran's Day.
Heather Malone filed the lawsuit against former Huntington Circuit Judge Thomas Hakes in state court in December 2017. It later was moved to federal court in Fort Wayne.
The diocese says Gerald Funcheon was a member of the Crosier Congregation religious order and was included on the Crosier Fathers' list of credibly accused clergy.
A Fort Wayne man is looking for answers after being fired from his factory job of eight years for failing a drug test.
Fort Wayne Police are investigating a shooting at Packard Avenue and Clinton Court.
Ohio election results started rolling in after the polls closed at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.