While a Winchester company made sugar cream pies available to the masses, the dessert's popularity in the Hoosier state dates back to the 1800s.
The U.S. Mint released today a new quarter featuring George Rogers Clark in Vincennes today, where his American soldiers captured a British-held fort.
Bloomington’s Plan Commission reluctantly approved a new four-story, 154 bedroom development in the place Rhino’s Youth Center occupies off South Walnut Street.
Indiana University is offering a Spanish radio play-by-play broadcast for selected men's soccer matches.
Despite the boom of "Escape Rooms," local game puzzlers say the market hasn’t hit its ceiling.
A new upscale Mexican restaurant, art space, live/work studios and an affordable housing development are moving forward.
As FBI investigations rock the college basketball world, it's business as usual at Indiana University.
We visit with Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight and talk about IU Kokomo enrollment, the new town-home development and more.
18 recent art installations are positioned in a way that connects to the city's design legacy.
The sinking of the USS Indianapolis remains the Navy's single worst loss at sea.