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  • Harley Exhibit has Wabash in Hog Heaven

    WABASH, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--THERE ARE CERTAIN THINGS YOU EXPECT TO SEE IN A HISTORY MUSEUM…OLD PHOTOS…ARTIFACTS FROM YESTERYEAR. WHAT YOU DON’T EXPECT TO STUMBLE ACROSS, IS A CLASSY PATCH OF HOG HEAVEN.

  • Huntington Friends Redefine Communal Living

    HUNTINGTON, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)-This is a story about friendship, deep friendship…and what it can mean in later life.

  • Modern Day Monks Create Biblical Masterpiece

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--They’re the most valuable books on the planet, illuminated bibles, hand printed, hand decorated by medieval monks 6 to 800 years ago…expressions of faith that are priceless works of art.

  • Local Man Authors Book about Father's Life Lessons

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--By any measure John Dortch is a success; consultant, businessman..a former vice president of Parkview Hospital.

  • The Medium is the Message at Picture Show

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (Indiana's NewCenter)-These are the best of the best…magnificent vistas of our magnificent country photographed by the magnificent Ansell Adams.

  • The Man Behind The Harry Baals Jokes

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Fort Wayne Indiana was an industrial powerhouse in the early 20th century; foundries, brewery's, woolen mills, piano, truck and gas pump factories.

  • South Whitley Sculptor Puts the Metal to the Metal

    SOUTH WHITLEY, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--South Whitley artist Steve Shelby calls it puzzle solving…most of us would call the metal sculptures he creates graceful, inspiring

  • Community Center Spices Up Life in Garrett

    GARRETT, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--Time has not been generous with Garrett Indiana. Not very long ago this was the town that never slept…a railroad town, busy 24-7. Six thousand residents, three all night restaurants on Randolph Street alone.

  • Old City Council Chambers Brought Back to Life

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--Before the Renaissance Square controversy, even before the City County building…this was the seat of power in Fort Wayne…old city hall.

  • Local Man Restores Classic Car...and History

    NEW HAVEN, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--His name was Erwin Baker, Cannonball Baker to history, a Crawfordsville, Indiana farm boy who loved fast machines. On May 6th 1915 Baker and a newspaper reporter climbed in to a brand new Stutz Bearcat and drove, non-stop, from San Diego to New York City in eleven days