Only in Indiana

Only in Indiana: Woman reflects on her birth at Mug-n-Bun

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The Mug-n-Bun restaurant is known for many things - coney dogs, onion rings, pork tenderloins and root beer, to name a few.Read more

Only In Indiana: Trauma doll volunteers do it to create smiles they'll never see

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These volunteers aren't here for attention.Read more

Only In Indiana: Thank You For Your Service

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Eleven-year-old Shayla Lewis shows her appreciation for our military with her well-placed lemonade stand near Camp Atterbury.Read more


Only in Indiana: State's oldest employee turns 100

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You can call Bob Vollmer an Indiana legend.Read more

Only In Indiana: This Little Piggy

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In This Little Piggy, Kevin Rader and photographer Clint Erbacher introduce us to a therapy pig named "Poppy."Read more

Only in Indiana: I Love You Guys

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We have all heard someone yell 'get a job' to a panhandler, but how many of us have ever listened to hear what they may be saying back to us.Read more

Only in Indiana: Hillbilly with a Hobby

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When most of us think of retirement we think of a beach somewhere but not everyone is comfortable with that.Read more

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