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  • Truck Collides With Train; Man Escapes Serious Injury

    The driver of a pickup truck escaped serious injury Saturday afternoon when his vehicle collided with a moving train at Old 67 and Fuson Road. Police arrived on the scene to find the driver out of his truck, walking around and complaining of only minor pain to the wrist. The crash closed that crossing and […]

  • Anderson Police Search For Check N Go Bandit

    Anderson Police are searching for a lone suspect involved in an armed robbery. They believe the suspect was carrying a silver hand gun when he made off with an undisclosed amount of cash from the 53rd Street Check N‘ Go. Officers dispatched a canine unit to track down the suspect. The call came in a […]

  • Prosecutor Calls DCS Investigation “Catastrophic Failure”

    Madison County Prosecutor Rodney Cummings says he has concerns over the findings in the case of a severely neglected Anderson girl. He says the DCS handling of the case appears to be a catastrophic failure. The state DCS twice investigated Steve and Joetta Sells. Once in 2010 and again in 2011 for alleged neglect of […]

  • Muncie Woman Alleged To Have Cut Her Ex-Husband

    A Muncie woman is in custody after allegedly cut her ex-husband on the head with a knife. 54-year-old Deanna Jo Hellis was preliminarily charged with domestic battery and intimidation with a deadly weapon. Police say Hellis had held a knife up to her 61-year-old victim‘s throat, before cutting him on the head during a struggle. […]

  • Elwood Mayor’s Final Days In Office

    These are his final days in office. Elwood Mayor Ron Arnold’s term will officially end at 11:59 p.m. March 9. Arnold announced Feb. 19 that he would leave office to avoid the filing of possible criminal charges resulting from an investigation by the Indiana State Police over allegations of misuse of campaign funds. A Republican […]

  • Eaton Man Charged With Theft

    Police say an Eaton burglar is at it again. 34-year-old Thomas Matthew Shaw has been charged with burglary and theft after he allegedly took a chain saw from the garage of an acquaintance. Shaw was being held in the Delaware County jail under a $10,000 bond. Shaw is no stranger to police. He has been […]

  • BasketBRAWLERS To Appear In City Court

    A special trial date has been set for four men who were arrested following a brawl at a basketball game between Anderson and Muncie high schools. Vincent Wolfe, Cortez Jones, and Gary Perkins, all of Muncie, and Maleek McWilliams, of Anderson, were arrested Dec. 19 for their involvement in the fight. The men will appear […]

  • MCS Board Seeks Public Input

    The Muncie Community School Board on Wednesday will hold a special meeting to solicit public comment on its search for a new superintendent. It will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the auditorium of Northside Middle School.

  • Pet Health Insurance Policies On The Rise

    One of Indiana‘s top veterinarians says pet health insurance is growing by leaps and hounds. Dr. Jerry Risser is President of the Indiana Veterinary Medical Association. He says pets often need the same types of procedures and services that humans get; like MRIs, sonograms and chemotherapy, all of which are rising in costs just like […]

  • Indiana Company Introduces Non-Lethal Gun

    An Indiana company is selling a new way to better protect yourself in a less lethal way. Bruzer Less Lethal International has released the ML 12. It looks like a handgun but instead uses kinetic energy rounds to inflict pain. The company hopes that will give the victim time to get away from their attacker. […]

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