• Entreprenuer Bakes the 'Proper' Way

    Friday, Mar 27 at 9:29 AM

    ROANOKE, Indiana (21Alive)-It looks like the converted garage that it is but there are no old cars here. This converted parking space houses one small bakery, one young baker and a very big dream.

  • Decatur Teen Bakes for Causes

    DECATUR, Indiana (21Alive)-It’s baking day at Paige Lemaster’s house. Paige is a senior at Decatur’s Belmont High School. She always loved baking, baked for 4-H since third grade.

  • Up Close and Personal with the War of 1812

  • Survey Company Turns 100: Helped Build Much of Fort Wayne

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (21Alive)-It’s cramped and packed full of stuff but it is important stuff. This is the office of Hofer and Davis, Inc.

  • AC Library Sports Hi-Tek

  • Priceless Gift from Amateur Scientist

  • A Father's Dangerous Duty in World War One

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (21Alive)-He’s one of the area’s most accomplished and prolific artists, an IPFW professor Emeritus of Fine Art.

  • Healing Without Medication

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (21Alive)--It’s cutting edge medicine. Relieving pain and promoting healing. And it doesn’t involve doctors and it doesn’t involve drugs.

  • Baker Street Train Station Turns 100

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (21Alive)--It’s just a building but if walls could talk you couldn’t shut this one up. Fort Wayne’s Baker Street Train Station is one hundred years old and it’s one of the city’s most majestic buildings…a public palace.

  • Mom & Pop Shop Lures Customers with Rubber Worms

    ORLAND, Ind. (21Alive) -- It’s almost cruel showing you this video given the snow, the blowing wind..the cold…the winter. But there’s one spot out in 21 Country where it is perpetually fishin’ time, no matter what the weather is doing.