Only in Indiana

Only in Indiana: Dear Soldier

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At St. Maria Goretti, it is not enough to talk the talk. You need to walk the walk. That is something the school takes great pride in.Read more

Only in Indiana: Lost golf balls get new military mission

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When you hear the word "fore," you think of an errant golf shot that may be lost forever. But that lost ball is making a difference.Read more

Only In Indiana: Sweet Pea Up In Heaven

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Brooks Blackmore lost his battle with cancer earlier this year, but before he passed away, he left a gift for his family to enjoy for years to come.Read more


Only in Indiana: Tippecanoe County's amazing corn maze

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When most of us look at corn fields, we see a necessity of life. When Tim Fitzgerald looks at corn, he sees opportunity.Read more

Only In Indiana: Time Stands Still

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There are 57 rooms in the Auburn Hotel, but only 52 are for rent and those are only available for one half week out of the year.Read more

Only In Indiana: Brazil, Indiana

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We have all been caught up in the Olympics lately, but the Olympic spirit is alive and well in Indiana, as well.Read more

Only in Indiana: My Minion

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There are all kinds of memorials out there, but Kevin Rader and photographer John Duong found one in Wells County that they literally had to see for themselves. It's a memorial that has truly meant life after death for Kathy Stark.Read more

Only in Indiana: Elephant spa

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Orange County has established a reputation for rest and relaxation, but that reputation is about to take on a little more weight. Several tons, in fact. Kevin Rader and photographer Ryan Thedwall take us to a French Lick "elephant spa."Read more

Only In Indiana: Santa Claus

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There is only one Santa Claus, so it just makes sense that there would be only one community named Santa Claus in the entire world.Read more


Only in Indiana: The Stuff of Legend

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The Tuskegee Airmen fought for their country abroad during WWII, and against racism at home at the same time. Douglas Bembry from Indianapolis, who died last week at the age of 92, was a member of this revered group.Read more

Only in Indiana: Land of 10,000 toys

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If you have ever imagined what a toyshop looked like, it is doubtful you envisioned a makeshift garage on the Indianapolis north side.Read more