• 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.

  • Art Museum Chronicles 'Worst of Times'

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--It still haunts the American Dream, that time when unemployment hit 25%, and stayed there for ten years.

  • 'Your Country's' Circus Past Quickly Fading

    PERU, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--Just south of Peru, Indiana, right on Highway 31, a page of American history is quickly fading.

  • Local Man Fighting to Save Family Cemetery

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--Jim: I remember coming out here as a real tiny kid. But you know when you’re a kid you don’t remember, really anything about it.

  • Movie Buff builds Tribute to Auburn's old Court Theatre

    WARSAW, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--For Decades it was the place to go on Auburn’s courthouse square to watch Bogart, Gable and Garbo in the latest Hollywood classic.

  • FW Art Museum Reopens with Wyeth Exhibition

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--The contractors are gone, the galleries finished and the flower ladies are preparing their opening night bouquets. And when Fort Wayne’s fabulous museum of art reopens after a seven-month expansion and renovation, it will do so in the company of some very classy gentlemen.

  • Lake Wawasee Legend on the Auction Block

    LAKE WAWASEE, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--Eli Lily is a towering figure, the legendary head of the Hoosier drug company that bears his name, philanthropist, family man and passionate sailor.