The lengths one veteran goes to honor the dead in a small Indiana town.
Photo: Dave Weathwax | The Herald
Using data to help tell the Olympic torch relay's story across time.
Illustration: Stacie Kammerling
The hits keep coming for a jail plagued with problems.
Photo: MIKE DE SISTI | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
PolitiFact Wisconsin goes to the calendar and finds Bryce is mostly right.
Proscutors file charges in the killing of a young girl more than a year later.
PolitiFact Wisconsin examines if the Unabomber has it better off than people at Wisconsin's teen prison complex.
Wausau Daily Herald photo
Just what are we flying anyway?
A look into why alcohol arrests at Ball State jumped 70 percent in 2014 and how this change compared to other Indiana colleges.
Photo: COREY OHLENKAMP | The Daily News
Questions remain about what actually happened on a September night when Ball State reported a man with a gun on campus. It's likely the campus community will never know the whole story.
A look at some of the greatest races at the Rio Olympics in comparison to history. Published in the Chicago Tribune.
Former teacher Jim Vaal shot model rockets off with his family for 15 years. This year the kids helped the master with his craft.
Photo: Alisha Jucevic | The Herald
The university's new president committed to increasing transparency between the administration and the public in his first presidential address, but problems remain.
Photo: Breanna Daugherty | The Daily News
Indiana, as we know it, wouldn’t exist without this path.
Every year Vanderburgh County law enforcement agencies collect hundreds of weapons. Turns out, they sell them to fund officer training.
Photo: Darrin Phegley | Courier and Press
Farmers along the Ohio River banded together to save their livelihood as Indiana saw an above average rainfall in 2015, flooding land along the river.
Photo: DANIEL R. PATMORE | Courier and Press
It's not easy finding a spot on Ball State campus. Turns out the university sells far more parking passes than they have spaces.
Following the protests and images coming out of Ferguson, Missouri, we took a dive into what equipment Indiana universities and Muncie law enforcement received the Pentagon's 1033 Program.
Oral history project aimed at capturing the histories of Ball State’s African American Alumni so that historians include their stories in future books about Ball State.
In early 2015, Muncie Police joined a growing trend in law enforcement through their acquistion of body cameras.