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Lemonade Stands Aren't Legal in Indiana But That May Change Soon
Lemonade stands are actually illegal in Indiana without proper permitting from governmental agencies, but that could soon change thanks to House Bill 1077.
See Mr. Showtime David Scott Perform and Help IN Shelter Animals
Join us, and our Townsquare Media sister stations for a night of dinner and laughs with Tri-State's Top Comic to benefit animals in need in the community.
Here's Why You Should Be Using Green Porch Lights in Kentucky
Find out what it means when you see a green porch light in Kentucky, and why you should have one too.
Indiana Was the Birthplace of America’s Deadliest Cult
One of America's most infamous cults, although it wasn't considered a cult at the time, began in Indianapolis in the 1950s.
Popular Candy Sold in Indiana May Be Linked to Cancer
Consumer Reports urges people to reconsider eating certain colors of a popular treat sold across the Hoosier State.
2024 Solar Eclipse Festival Guide: Explore Events Across Indiana
Communities all across Indiana are preparing for the total eclipse taking place on April 8, 2024, and we have a guide to the festivities!
Photographer Captures Haunting Beauty of Abandoned Indiana Schoolhouse
Indiana's abandoned Oak Grove School looks hauntingly beautiful through the artistic lens of this talented photographer.
This Indiana City Ranks as One of the Hardest-Working in America
According to a recent study, Indiana is home to one of the hardest-working cities in America. See what cities made the list for Kentucky and Illinois, too.
Experts Warn Hoosiers to NOT CARRY These 7 Items in Their Wallet
Get insights on minimizing identity theft risks by decluttering and securing personal items.
Indiana & Kentucky Ranked Among the Least Educated States In America
A study of the most and least educated states in America was recently released, and the report card is NOT good for Indiana and Kentucky.
Devil's Claw Might Be the Strangest Seed in Indiana
The witches in Shakespeare’s Macbeth may have used "Eye of Newt" and "Toe of Frog" in their cauldrons but in Indiana, we have "Devil's Claw."
Homeless Connect Of SW Indiana: Free Services For Those In Need
The annual Homeless Connect of Southwest Indiana offers free onsite services in areas such as housing, legal advice, job finding, and more.