Some worry what a Ringling Bros. finale means for the future of the circus, but the circus is very much alive in Indiana.
The wall features pictures and biographies of famous artists, musicians, actors, political figures, and social activists who were part of the LGBTQ community.
Among the items on display are Ameila Earhart’s jacket, jazz legend David Baker’s trombone, and a 1.3 billion year old meteorite.
Some children got a new experience learning about Bloomington's history at the Monroe County Courthouse on Wednesday.
We take a look back at what was making the news in our “History Through Headlines” segment.
An "Indiana Newsdesk" segment that takes a look back at what was making the news. This time, we go back to spring of 1943.
The Friends of Ernie Pyle now run the museum, though many of its artifacts have been transferred to the Indiana State Museum.
More than 1.6 million Hoosiers have pre-diabetes, putting them at high risk for type 2 diabetes in the future.
Indiana writer Matt Dellinger spoke with WFIU's Ben Skirvin about his new book and about the history of the I-69 project.