• The Tuskegee Airmen and Angola, Indiana

    ANGOLA, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--Of all the legends that grew out of World War Two one of the most compelling surrounds the Tuskegee Airmen, a squadron of black fighter pilots who battled their own government for the right to fight, then took their fight to the skies over Nazi Germany. And to a man every one of these African American heroes was trained to fly and fight by this man, an aviation pioneer born and raised in Angola Indiana.

  • High Class of Art Deco at St. Francis U.

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)-It happened during the Roaring ‘20’s, an explosion in creativity that produced our most beautiful architecture , our most beautiful machines, most beautiful furniture and, most beautiful fashion…known as Art Deco, it was an artistic awakening that inspires us still nearly a century after it began.

  • Community's 'Generosity' Expressed in Breathtaking Mural

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana--Parkview’s new regional medical center houses state of the art medicine…and an immense collection of locally created art…the flagship of which is this, an 8’ by 20’ mural gracing the emergency department’s waiting room, created to impart a very important message.

  • Lincoln Collection Website Up and Running

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--If you love America, care about her story, remember this web address…lincolncollection .org.

  • How Horses Help Troubled Kids Cope, Thrive

    COLUMBIA, CITY, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--Teddy Roosevelt said the best thing for the inside of a man is the outside of a horse. Looks like that goes for kids, too. Welcome to ‘Ride with Faith’ stables in Columbia City, a place where troubled kids can find comfort, and discover the key to happiness…through horses. Amber Hoopengardner’s having trouble coping with a disabled sibling at home…nine year old Lukeus Morrow’s got serious anger issues. Experts say interacting with animals can help these kids sort out their own feelings and learn to deal with them.

  • Vets Photos Document Bomber Crews Hopes, Fears

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--They were the most awesome killing machines created by man. They bombed Japan back into the Middle Ages and brought her to her knees. And the men and boys who flew the B-29 super fortress adored every deadly square inch of her.

  • Photographer Still Discovering after 60 Year Career

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--He’s among the most distinguished photographers out in Your Country, also one of the most unconventional..an artist who loves breaking the rules. a rebel with a camera who remembers that exact moment, at age five, he fell in love with photography…watching his father developing pictures in his own dark room.

  • Local Man Running for President

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)-Move over Mitt, retreat Rick, not now Newt…there’s a new contender in town. Michael Radke, a retired metal worker, part time woodworker from Whitley County is running as a write-in candidate for president of the United States. He’s serious about it, and if anyone wants a sense of the frustration many Americans feel with our political process, just listen to candidate Radke.

  • Parkview Hospital: Fort Wayne's Newest Art Gallery

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)-When the Parkview Regional Medical Center opens its doors next month the public will get its first glimpse of the sweeping vistas and warm, intimate spaces the hospital designers created. And there will be some very familiar sights greeting Fort Wayne art lovers.

  • Indiana Tech Students Use Computers to Fight Crime

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)-December third 2011…Fort Wayne police corner a robbery suspect in a Franklin Avenue home and begin negotiating for his surrender. On the scene the Crisis Response Vehicle, inside, hostage negotiators keeping track of every detail of the incident on a new, revolutionary computer program, developed by students…at Indiana Tech.