From unique destinations to Hoosier profiles, join us as we explore the people, places, and events that continue to shape our state.
On March 31, 1880, press flocked to Wabash, Indiana as its lighting display flickered alive, making the town the first electrically lighted city in the world.
Established by French fur traders as a strategic post, Vincennes was Indiana's first European settlement, and eventual capital of the Northwest Territory.
For over 20 years, the Whitetail Acres Christmas tree farm, in Brookville, Indiana, has been home to the most unlikely Hoosier residents, reindeer!
For 14 years, Indiana residents have flocked to the Dull's Tree Farm for their annual Christmas tree tradition with a very special helper: a Newfoundland!
Inspired by Ferdinand's annual Christkindlmarkt, the Sisters of St. Benedict started the Simply Divine Bakery; today, their cookies are known across the state!
Founded during the barnstorming era, the Lee Bottom Flying Field continues to be one of the only privately owned, publicly certified airports in Indiana.
Founded in 1961, the Pine Hills Nature Preserve is the state's first official nature preserve, featuring old growth forests and the infamous Devil's Backbone.
For seventeen years, Coletta Prewitt has dedicated her time to studying the ways of pioneer life in order to share it with visitors to Spring Mill State Park.
Connersville's John "Walt" Walters is a tombstone restoration expert who has rescued almost 10,000 gravestones, preserving Indiana's pioneer cemeteries.
From a mythical turtle to a terrifying green hairy beast, explore Indiana's most notorious monster myths including the Beast of Busco and the Mill Race Monster.