How did greyhound racing survive in West Virginia—and how long can it last?
A massive new highway project in the Queen City could reclaim valuable downtown acres and right a decades-old racial injustice, but only if leaders act.
Draining Ohio’s Great Black Swamp was a feat of human effort and engineering. Restoring it will be even harder.
A new exhibit at the Indiana State Museum wants to break the taboos around addiction and recovery.
With “The Bob Ross Experience,” Muncie, Indiana lays claim to its most famous artist—and its status as an art town.
West Virginians hope elk restoration can help post-mining ecology and local economies recover.