• The Man Behind The Harry Baals Jokes

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Fort Wayne Indiana was an industrial powerhouse in the early 20th century; foundries, brewery's, woolen mills, piano, truck and gas pump factories.

  • South Whitley Sculptor Puts the Metal to the Metal

    SOUTH WHITLEY, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--South Whitley artist Steve Shelby calls it puzzle solving…most of us would call the metal sculptures he creates graceful, inspiring

  • Community Center Spices Up Life in Garrett

    GARRETT, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--Time has not been generous with Garrett Indiana. Not very long ago this was the town that never slept…a railroad town, busy 24-7. Six thousand residents, three all night restaurants on Randolph Street alone.

  • Old City Council Chambers Brought Back to Life

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--Before the Renaissance Square controversy, even before the City County building…this was the seat of power in Fort Wayne…old city hall.

  • Local Man Restores Classic Car...and History

    NEW HAVEN, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--His name was Erwin Baker, Cannonball Baker to history, a Crawfordsville, Indiana farm boy who loved fast machines. On May 6th 1915 Baker and a newspaper reporter climbed in to a brand new Stutz Bearcat and drove, non-stop, from San Diego to New York City in eleven days

  • 'Desert Storm' Draws on Experiences in First Novel

    HUNTINGTON, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--Like all soldiers who return from war the soldiers who came home from Desert Storm came home changed

  • 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.