• Local Preacher Launches National Gospel Magazine

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--Don’t you hate crooked TV evangelists…these shyster holy rollers who use mass media to swindle their flock through hidden agendas. It’s nice to know that some media ministers really are as upstanding as they appear to be.

  • Rail Calendar Tracks America's Railroad Heritage

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--“The American railroad worker of the steam era is much like the American cowboy,” says railroad historian Skip Sassmanshausen. “They either hated their job with a passion or they loved their job with a passion.”

  • Ossian Man has Piece of White House History

    OSSIAN, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--Like most of us, Ossian insurance agent Tom Neuenschwander leads what you’d call a quiet life. It’s hard to imagine that Tom possesses a priceless treasure.

  • Kitten Inspires Children's Book

    CLAYPOOL, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--Most days you’ll find Sue Baker at her Claypool home focusing on domestic duties. But once the house is clean, Sue Baker goes to work.

  • Indiana Tech Students on Cutting Edge

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--Few local institutions have grown as quickly as Fort Wayne’s Indiana Tech Campus.

  • Art Museum Store Gaining New Status

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--Much has been reported of the Fort Wayne Museum of Art’s beautiful expansion project…it’s spectacular new galleries, permanent exhibits and gorgeous amenities. One corner of the museum that hasn’t gotten much attention though, is about to get a lot.

  • Last Wabash River Covered Bridge Struggles to Survive

    GENEVA, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--It’s an American icon, the covered bridge. And there were once dozens of them spanning the mighty Wabash River. Now there is just one.

  • Ligonier Entrepreneur Explores Fragrant Side of Life

    LIGONIER, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--Ligonier Indiana is still a struggling town, not yet the kind of place you’d expect dreams to come true. But just off Mercer Street, right by the railroad tracks, that’s just what’s happening.

  • Kendallville Man Pumps Gas From the Past

    KENDALLVILLE, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--Catchy jingles and 26-cent gasoline once made the corner gas station a local staple. Those days disappeared with the service attendants who washed your windshield. In some corners of You Country, though, the local gas station is still held in high regard.

  • Historic Cemetery Turns 150 This Month

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--Of all the many historic spots in Fort Wayne only one encompasses this city’s entire story, playing host to all Fort Wayne’s founding fathers.