From unique destinations to Hoosier profiles, join us as we explore the people, places, and events that continue to shape our state.
For thirty years, the White River Bowhunters Club hosted the International Bowhunters Organization's first leg of the Triple Crown National Championships.
Recognized as a National Natural Landmark, the Portland Arch Nature Preserve, located in Fountain County, features Indiana's largest natural sandstone bridge.
After three combat tours as a Recon Marine, Travis Barnes returned home to start an Indiana distillery honoring his wife, friends, family, and brotherhood.
Even though they are only 1/24th the scale of an automobile, slot cars can reach speeds of over 100mph; racers must master hair-trigger maneuvering for the win.
After becoming interested in military history as a child, Brian Mundell began collecting military memorabilia, creating Terre Haute's only memorial museum.
In the 1860s, Madison, Indiana, was the leading producer of saddletrees with over a dozen saddletree companies, including the Schroeder Saddletree Factory.
The Hagenbeck-Wallace Circus wintered at their owner's hometown of French Lick from 1913 to 1922; now, the circus lives on at the French Lick West Baden Museum.
For over 30 years, Virginia Turner has designed and produced thousands of porcelain and vinyl dolls at her doll factory, located in Heltonville, Indiana.
Celebrated historian, James H. Madison, discusses his most recent book, "Hoosiers: A New History of Indiana," as well as Indiana's upcoming bicentennial.
Discover the incredible story of Mr. Charles Layton, a former Army Ranger, captured and held for seventeen weeks as a Korean War POW until his daring escape.