• Projects Affecting Muncie Travel This Week

    A Muncie traffic alert: Indiana American Water will be working all week at the intersection of Franklin and Adams Streets. Franklin will be closed all week between Charles and High. Adams Street will be closed from High to Franklin through Wednesday. Also, the intersection of East Park Avenue and North Wolfe Street will be closed […]

  • Two Arrested In Brutal Beating Of WW2 Vet

    Two Indianapolis-area men are in custody following the robbing and brutal beating of a Noblesville man. Investigators nabbed 26-year-old Joseph Michael Lowe of Indianapolis and 27-year-old Justin Wayne Lawson of Cicero Monday. They say the two men beat and robbed 94-year-old Herschel “Bud” Moore of thousands of dollars in cash and property from his home […]

  • Northern Indiana Man Confesses To Seven Murders

    An Indiana man is expected to be charged in the killings of seven women in northern Indiana. Hammond Police Chief John Doughty says 43-year old Darren Vann will be charged in the death of a 19-year old whose body was found Friday. Vann then gave investigators more information that led to the bodies of six […]

  • DEA Serves Warrant At Muncie Clinic

    The Drug Enforcement Administration served a search warrant in Muncie Monday. The warrant was served at The Centers for Pain Relief clinic – at 3301 W. Fox Ridge Lane – the medical office of Dr. William Hedrick. He is accused of over prescribing painkillers to patients as well as possible forgery and fraud. No one […]

  • N.C. Teen Officially Listed As Missing

    A New Castle teenager has been officially listed as a missing person. 19-year-old Randi E. Frost has not spoken to relatives in several weeks. A New Castle police detective says Frost is a white female who is 5-feet, 2 inches tall and weighs approximately 120 pounds. She has brown hair and hazel eyes. Anyone with […]

  • New Castle Teen Ordered To Pay Up

    A New Castle teenager who admitted to damaging the headstones of several local pioneers has been ordered to pay the Lewisville Cemetery Board more than 12-thosdand dollars in restitution. 18-year-old Jansen David Smith in September had pleaded guilty to cemetery mischief. A judge in the case imposed an 18-month jail term, which was suspended, and […]

  • Appeals Court Rules Against Portland Man

    A state appeals court has ruled that a rural Portland man can stand trial a second time on a charge stemming from a fatal traffic accident, 39-year-old David M. Oxley is charged with reckless homicide in a January 2012 crash that killed Michael L. Limbert. Oxley was found not guilty of criminal recklessness, but the […]

  • No Charges In Dixon/Bell Complaint

    No charges will be filed after the most recent complaint of alleged harassment and stalking by city Councilman Ollie H. Dixon against Maj. Brian Bell of the Madison County Sheriff’s Department. Following an investigation by Anderson police, APD has recommended to the Madison County prosecutor’s office that no charges be filed. Prosecutor Rodney Cummings says […]

  • Indiana Sets Up Ebola Call Center

    There are a lot of questions about Ebola right now and unfortunately quite a bit of misinformation going around. That’s why the Indiana State Department of Health has opened a call center to answer your questions regarding symptoms, screening and diagnosis of the disease. State Health Commissioner William VanNess, M.D says the call center will […]

  • Muncie’s ‘Michaels’ Grand Opening Set

    Another new business in Muncie is set to open soon. Michaels, the national arts and crafts store, is holding a grand opening on Sunday, Nov. 2 at the new Muncie Marketplace development, next to Dick’s Sporting Goods. Although the grand opening is set for Nov. 2, the store could have a “soft opening” as early […]




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