• 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.

  • Auburn Aviator Flies to History's Rescue

    AUBURN, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--Phil Allison’s wife never has to guess where her husband is. Phil’s a corporate pilot and if he’s not working he’s in his Auburn shop restoring his vintage Stearman biplane.

  • 'The Little Giant' Stops by a Wabash

    WABASH, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--They called him ‘The Little Giant’, all five feet four inches of him. But despite Stephen Douglas’s fame while he lived he’s remembered today mainly as the loser in the legendary Lincoln-Douglas debates while his opponent, Abraham Lincoln, is perhaps the most famous man in American history.

  • World Famous Auctioneer Now Focusing on Faith

    AUBURN, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--If you’ve followed Mitchell Kruse over the years you might not recognize him today.