From unique destinations to Hoosier profiles, join us as we explore the people, places, and events that continue to shape our state.
The Limberlost Wetlands Preserve features over 200 bird species residing in 1,800 acres of restored wetlands, including the Loblolly Marsh Nature Preserve.
The Indiana World War 1 Centennial Commission was formed to educate the public about the service and sacrifice Hoosier's made during the Great War.
During World War 1, the Salvation Army sent a group of courageous women to the front lines to provide comfort, support, and hope to the American soldiers.
For 100 years, the 38th Infantry Division Band has played an essential role in the Indiana National Guard. Today, it's Indiana’s only remaining military band.
Columbus' John C. Walter has written a new book detailing his days as a B-17 bomber pilot in World War II, flying 35 missions over Germany in 1944 and 1945.
In an effort to raise money for their town, Metamora residents started an annual halloween event, turning the entire village into a haunted house experience.
In 1867, William Culbertson built a glorious Second-Empire mansion in New Albany, Indiana. Today, restoration efforts continue, funded by a unique event.
The Broad Ripple Zombie Walk is more than just a Halloween treat; over the years, participants have collected over 20,000 pounds of food for Gleaners Food Bank!
Known as one of the best haunted houses in the US, Columbus' Fear Fair is leading the way against discrimination, founding Haunters Against Hate in 2016.
Take a look back at the amazing transformation of Weekly Special hosts, Darryl Neher and Erica Sagon, as they undergo the Fear Fair makeover!