• Madison County School Placed On Lockdown

    A Madison County school was placed on lockdown after a nearby resident called police about a suspicious person–armed with a rifle and a handgun at the school’s softball field. Police say a resident near Highland Middle School notified them around 1 p.m. Monday to report a suspect – dressed in black – carrying a rifle […]

  • League Calls Reservoir Project “A Bad Idea”

    The League of Women Voters of Muncie and Delaware County on Monday left little doubt about its feelings concerning the Mounds Lake reservoir proposal. The Star Press reports Bea Sousa of the League told the Delaware County commissioners that the project, “is a bad idea justified by a non-existent need for water.” The commissioners have […]

  • Shotgun Discharges; DelCo Man Injured

    A Delaware County man was wounded Monday afternoon when a shotgun accidentally discharged at his home. The 31-year-old victim was taken to IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital for non-life-threatening wounds. Police say the man was showing his 17-year-old nephew how to use the gun which accidentally discharged as the teen was trying to unload it. […]

  • State Lawmakers Back To Work After Break

    Lawmakers are rolling up their sleeves and getting back to work. Legislators returned to the Statehouse Monday after taking a brief mid-session break. The biggest issue continues to be the two-year budget, which is awaiting debate in the Senate after clearing the House. Other high-profile bills include repealing the Common Wage and increasing production limits […]

  • House Okays Tax To Fund Soccer Stadium

    The Indiana House approved a tax hike that would help build a soccer stadium for the Indy 11, and now the bill waits for a vote in the Senate. Indy 11 General Manager, Peter Wilt says the organization is still trying to find a location for the 82-million dollar venue, but he says it will […]

  • Anderson Woman Avoids Prison Time

    An Anderson woman accused of leaving the scene of an accident in which a 26-year-old pedestrian was killed has been sentenced to three years of home detention. Prosecutors wanted prison time for 58-year-old Ava L. Conley for the 2014 death of Keri Lynn Winningham who was struck as she walked along a darkened stretch of […]

  • Straughn Man Throws House Guest Out Of Home

    A Henry County man has been accused of throwing a guest out of his house — literally. The Star Press reports that 67-year-old David E. Kirkpatrick, of Straughn, allegedly picked up a woman and threw her out of the house” after she allowed Kirkpatrick’s grandson to visit with their baby. The woman suffered a wrist […]

  • Anderson University’s New President Enjoys First Day On The Job

    Monday was the first day on the job for new Anderson University President, John Pistole, who was greeted with applause and cheers by students, faculty and staff. His arrival came just three days after James Edwards left the university after 25 years as president. Pistole’s connection to AU runs deep. Pistole, who grew up just […]

  • Weather Delays = ISTEP Testing Delays

    The recent weather-related school delays are causing changes with ISTEP testing at some local schools. A 2-hour weather delay caused Muncie and Yorktown schools to push back the first day of testing. Cowan Community Schools was among those delayed Monday, but they were not scheduled to start ISTEP until today. Jay County Schools had planned […]

  • Richmond Man Gets 12 Years For Burglary

    A Richmond man has been handed a 12-year sentence for his involvement in a brutal beating and robbery in 2013. 20-year-old Dashaun Boston and a 17 year old suspect, are accused of waiting outside a local market for a female employee to leave and then beat her, forced her back into the business, and then […]


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