The Bluffton, Indiana couple accused in the child neglect death of a 3-year-old boy had an initial hearing Thursday. The judge entered preliminary not guilty pleas for the 21-year old mother Breanna Arnold and her 30-year-old boyfriend Zachary Barnes. They are accused of giving 3-year-old Owen Collins drugs and then disposing of his body. Six […]
OSHA has issued a safety order and a more than 12-thousand dollar penalty following the July death of a Grant County worker. The July 1 chemical explosion at the General Motors metal-stamping plant in Marion killed a contractor and injured five other people. Records show the state conducted inspections July 2 through Dec. 17 at […]
An Anderson man is in police custody without bond after allegedly refusing to leave another man’s home, stabbing a woman and attempting to elude police on a high-speed car chase while intoxicated and without a license. 19-year-old Jonathan âCodyâ Brown faces charges including aggravated battery, resisting law enforcement, driving while intoxicated and driving without a […]
A 16-year-old Muncie youth accused of robbing three other teens at gunpoint is being prosecuted â for armed robbery â as an adult. 16-year-old Dâante Napoleon Davis made the transition to the adult criminal justice system this week, when he was formally charged with three counts of armed robbery and one count of criminal recklessness. […]
The Indiana Medical Licensing Board and attorney generalâs office have decided that the license of a doctor will remain suspended indefinitely until after the resolution of criminal charges filed in Delaware County. 52-year-old Fort Wayne physician William Hedrick who has operated a series of pain clinics around the state is accused of improperly prescribing controlled […]
The TSA is sending out a warning to air travelers: Guns are not allowed in your carry-on bags. This comes after authorities confiscated three guns – one loaded – from two passengers at Indianapolis International Airport. Police arrested one man for having a loaded gun in his carry-on bag. TSA Spokesman Mark Howell says the […]
The Madison County Council has unanimously approved an $8.5 million bond issue to pay for the new countywide radio system for public safety agencies. Our partners in news at the Herald Bulletin say although the council didnât vote on the construction of three new radio towers, it approved funding for two of the three towers […]
Bills involving alcohol sales are gaining support at the Statehouse. Representative Tom Dermody has filed a bill that would allow Sunday alcohol sales from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Also, legislation authored by State Senator Phil Boots that would legalize direct wine sales to Hoosiers has passed through committee.
The Pence Administration has unveiled a proposed new energy efficiency program calling on utilities to set conservation goals. The new version includes what Pence said would be a key component: allowing large industrial customers to opt out. Jennifer Terry with Indiana Industrial Energy Consumers says factories already have an incentive to conserve energy — to […]
Second Harvest Indiana will provide food for families in need at a Tailgate distribution from noon to 2 p.m. today at the former K-Mart parking lot across the street from Marsh on Nichol Avenue in Anderson. The distribution is while supplies last, and there is a limit of 3 families per vehicle.