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  • Daleville Man Dies On Icy Bridge

    A rural Daleville man is dead after his pickup truck spun out of control on an icy bridge. Police say 32-year-old Jason R. Moore lost control of his truck around 6 a.m. Saturday and crashed into a tree less than seven miles from his home. The wreck happened east of Ind. 3 in the vicinity […]

  • ISP May Investigate Summitville

    The attorney for the town of Summitville is recommending an Indiana State Police investigation after a state audit turned up inconsistencies in an ordinance addressing employee salaries from 2010. During the audit, an auditor noticed two salary ordinances with the same number but different salary amounts. This isn’t the first time the town has been […]

  • Muncie Man Recovering From Burns

    A Muncie man who suffered burns on his face and hands on Thursday continues to recuperate after a Quonset hut fire. Police are still investigating the circumstances behind the fire that damaged three of the huts on North Brady Street. Reports say 42-year-old Jason Edward Mackey claimed to be homeless and told people at the […]

  • Woman Jogger Struck By Van

    An Anderson woman was sent to the hospital Saturday night after being struck by a van. The accident was witnessed by several children sitting on the porch of a home on the corner of West 25th Street and Arrow Avenue. The witnesses confirmed that the woman was jogging along Arrow Avenue when she was struck […]

  • Former Town Marshal Sues Summitville

    During a special meeting of the Summitville town council, the board was briefed on a lawsuit filed against the town by former Town Marshal Tony Hendrick, who is claiming he was never paid overtime or minimum wage during the 28 years he served the town. According to Hendrick’s complaint, he routinely worked 130 hours per […]

  • Passed Out On The Potty

    State excise police arrested a teenager who allegedly passed out on the toilet of a residence in which he didn’t belong near Ball State University early Saturday. 19-year-old Elliott Sweazey, of Fort Wayne, was jailed on a charge of illegal consumption of alcohol after police responded to the call in a home in the 1200 […]

  • Anderson University President & Wife Honored

    Anderson University President James Edwards and wife Deanna were presented with the William P. Riethmiller Community Partnership Award on Saturday. Edwards was honored for his 25 years at the helm of the university. He is retiring at the end of this school year and is only the fourth president in the university’s history.

  • ‘Super’ Trooper Leaps Into Action

    An off duty Indiana State Trooper is being credited with saving a home from going up in flames on Saturday. Pendleton Trooper Tyler Painter was out driving with his two sons on Saturday afternoon when he saw flames and smoke coming from the Wayne County home. Officials say he jumped out of the truck, told […]

  • Searching For The CVS Bandit

    Muncie Police are asking for the public‘s help in finding a bandit who held up a CVS on November 11. According to investigators, the man entered the CVS around 4:30 PM, presented a note at the pharmacy, demanding prescription drugs, but fled from the building when police arrived. The man was captured on surveillance video, […]

  • Noblesville Cabela’s To Open Summer 2015

    Construction is underway on a new Cabela’s store in Noblesville. The 80,000-square-foot store will be located at Interstate 69 and Campus Parkway in the new Saxony Campus development adjacent to Hamilton Town Center, near the IMAX theatre. It will be Cabela’s second Indiana store – joining the Hammond location opened in 2007 – and is […]

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