• Credit card company helps nab alleged card thief

    A Muncie woman was arrested for trying to use a stolen credit card, and was caught by the credit card company. Ladeanna Neal allegedly stole an acquaintances credit card and tried to use it at JC Penney store but it was denied. She called the credit card company after leaving the store, and was told […]

  • Indiana kids featured in upcoming Super Bowl ad

    A Super Bowl commercial this Sunday will feature local children who were born nine months after their team won the big game. Two Indiana children, Ella McHugh of Noblesville, and Maddox Butler of Greenwood, represent the Colts in the ad that runs in the third quarter.

  • super bowl ad

    A Super Bowl commercial this Sunday will feature local children who were born nine months after their team won the big game. Two Indiana children, Ella McHugh of Noblesville, and Maddox Butler of Greenwood, represent the Colts in the ad that runs in the third quarter.

  • City agrees to buy Rutter bldg. for redevelopment

    The proposed White River Canal District plan is moving forward, after the city agreed to buy a downtown building on West Washington Street. The plan is to make the building office space, or it could be torn down. Either way, the parcel is part of the $48 million redevelopment plan that will upgrade the area […]

  • Police arrest man for whipping his girlfriend

    Police arrested a Muncie 28-year-old man for whipping his girlfriend with a belt. Donald Crabtree was booked into jail for the alleged attack Tuesday after the woman said she asked him who he was texting. She reported he became violently angry and hit her, pinned her to the bed while trying to wrap the belt […]

  • Muncie man jailed for beating wife, breaking neck

    A Muncie man is charged with beating his wife. 64-year-old Harold Hicks was arrested on misdemeanor and felony battery charges. His wife’s neck was fractured in the alleged attack and she was sent to the hospital. Police say they don’t know the motive.

  • Private school coach charged with sex offense

    A former Park Tudor basketball coach was arrested at his home in Fishers, charged with one count of coercion and enticement, after an FBI probe into allegation that he repeatedly coerced a 15-year-old student to send him explicit photos. The coach, 31-year-old Kyle Cox, faces up to 10 years in prison if convicted. He resigned […]

  • Muncie To Buy Rutter Building

    The City of Muncie is buying the old Rutter Communication building. The move is part of Mayor Dennis Tyler’s proposed White River Canal District. The city is spending nearly $400,000 to buy the building in the 400 block of West Washington Street. It’s a key component of the 48-million-dollar riverfront development.

  • Anderson Bus Terminal Project Gets Additional Funding

    The City of Anderson will receive an additional $560,000 in federal funds for the construction of a new bus terminal. The Herald Bulletin reports that the additional funds are being transferred from a Pendleton project that is currently on hold. Mayor Thomas Broderick Jr. says the intent is to finalize a location for the bus […]

  • Tossed Drugs Out Window; Arrested Anyway

    Throwing heroin out the window of your car won’t get you away from police. A man in Kokomo learned that lesson this week. Jermaine Young was driving near the Howard-Miami county line when police tried to pull him over. He tried to get rid of his heroin by tossing it through the window, but police […]

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