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.
Mother Hubbard's Cupboard is more than a food pantry; the organization takes a nuanced approach to tackling food insecurity with community gardens and classes.
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!
Purdue's Neurotrauma Group hopes to identify the causes of traumatic brain injury with the aim of developing early detection methods and protection systems.
Next Step Foundation provides residential treatment programs for recovering addicts, including job training at their unique "Meeting Grounds" coffee shop.
In 1863, as war raged in the US, the 28th United States Colored Troops formed in Indianapolis, Indiana's only all-black regiment to fight in the US Civil War.
When President Wilson sent troops to World War I, one of the first Americans to make the ultimate sacrifice was Evansville's Corporal James Bethel Gresham.
At only 13 years of age, Bloomington violinist Phillip Hammond continues to amaze audiences winning the 2016 New World Youth Orchestra Young Artist Competition.
One of Indianapolis' largest recycling centers, RecycleForce processes over six million pounds of materials every year, renewing lives along the way!
Inspired by a lifelong love of books, artist Rachel M. Simon collaborated with fellow designers to create unique book share stations throughout Indianapolis.
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.