There is so much to see and do around the tri-state. We'll show you all the best things to do, places to stay, things to see, and food to eat!
Abandoned Kentucky Railroad Tunnel is Haunted by a Witch's Curse
The legend of Aunt Nancy cursing this tunnel is as eerie as the abandoned tunnel itself.
Indiana Town Named for the Best Main Street Shopping
There are many Main Street shopping options throughout the state, but one Indiana town was recently named the best place for it.
2023 Guide to Pumpkin Patches & Fall Fun in the Tristate
Discover the best autumn experiences! From pumpkin patches to hayrides, find family-friendly and adult fun in Southern Indiana, Southeastern Illinois, & Western Kentucky.
Twin Bridge Update: Expect a 3rd Lane to Open During Bridge Insp.
If your commute includes a trip from Evansville to Henderson, you will need to prepare for more changes to the traffic pattern.
Popular Indiana Festival Listed as a Fall Bucket List Item by Award-Winning Travel Website
The week-long street festival draws thousands of people each year to enjoy a variety of food items, live entertainment, carnival rides, and more.
Indiana Town Named the Friendliest Haunted Town In the U.S.
This spooky little town has a wild history, and celebrates every October in a big way!
Beyond The Barrel: The Legend of Kentucky’s Haunted Bourbon Distillery
The Kentucky Bourbon Trail is home to dozens of distilleries, and almost as many ghostly tales.
Where to See the Best Fall Foliage in Indiana and When the Colors Will Peak
There's just something magical about the leaves changing colors, and this is the best place to view the fall colors in the Hoosier state.
Indy Airport Tops J.D. Power Satisfaction Rankings Again
For the 6th time, Indianapolis International Airport ranks #1 in customer satisfaction among medium-sized North American airports in the J.D. Power Study.
Haunted House Inside Infamous Kentucky Sanatorium Set to Terrify
An epic haunt attraction, inside of the notoriously haunted Waverly Hills Sanatorium, what could possibly go wrong?
The Kentucky Cave That was Once Used as a Tuberculosis Sanatorium
In the 1800s tuberculosis was known as the "white plague" and one doctor attempted to create a sanatorium inside of Mammoth Cave.