There are so many Hoosiers doing incredible things across our state. They are the unsung heroes making a difference in our community; the scientists and professionals working to improve our world. In our new series, we will be bringing their stories to you. Tune in and meet the Hoosier neighbors you should know.
Started in 2005, Pets Alive set out to stop the high rates of euthanasia in animal shelters. Today, the spay/neuter clinic serves 24 counties across Indiana.
After becoming interested in martial arts as a child, James Clingerman went on to become a national Ji-Jitsu champion, until a tragic attack changed his life.
Formed in 2005, the Patriot Guard Riders continue to support families of the fallen, returning soldiers, and communities through volunteer work and outreach.
Wanting to help his city's decreasing air quality, Brad Morton started a solar company dedicated to changing the way Indiana looks at renewable energy sources.
One of Indianapolis' largest recycling centers, RecycleForce processes over six million pounds of materials every year, renewing lives along the way!
When an unlikely accident left Jim DeWees an amputee, he decided to return to school to become a certified prosthetist and bring his expertise to those in need.
When retired chaplain, Walter Glover, decided to combat youth obesity in his community, he made a shocking decision: raise money by climbing the seven summits!
Inspired by a 5th grade assignment, Alison Mansfield has dedicated her life to honoring those serving in the military through care packages and letters.
WTIU looks back on the legacy of cellist Janos Starker, a renowned concert soloist, Grammy Award-winning recording artist, and distinguished IU professor.
Honored for his amazing contributions to children across Indiana, Ellettsville’ B.J. Yoho embraces the very spirit of Santa Claus!