The Indiana Military Museum in Vincennes welcomes visitors of all ages. But on Monday, the museum played a big role in bringing joy to a his…
Friday was is National Donut Day and of course the Fork in the Road could not pass up the chance to make a stop for Square Donuts.
An old gym on the grounds of a college campus is on its way down, plus, we have a game for you
Check out the label on your sunscreen: you may be surprised with what you find. And we take a look at a
ISU said this ranking is based on their commitment to sustainability both on campus and in the community.
Thursday is National Hamburger Day so we thought it was a good idea to pick the brains of our Fork in the Road Crew on where their top spots…
The weather was kind, the popcorn was popping and the bats were hot Wednesday night for the Terre Haute Rex.
The project is a concept from the volunteers for the symphony to raise money to support its music education programs.
Kidney stones are the position of chemicals in the body. Most people that have kidney stones don’t even know that they have it and they don’…
The Fork in the Road crew noticed that Two Brothers BBQ here in Terre Haute got a lot of attention during the Final Fork.
A baby elephant born earlier this month at the zoo in Syracuse has had its coming out party. Now all it needs is a name.
When you step into Don Arney’s basement you get a look at his passion in life. A recording setup that could be the envy of those in Californ…
We’re another day closer to crowning another Indianapolis 500 champion and tomorrow’s Carb Day at the Speedway!
The annual Banks of the Wabash Festival is officially opening and there is lots to look forward to!