• Child Struck By Car At SR 28 & Wheeling Avenue

    Some tense moments Monday afternoon as emergency personnel were called on reports of a child being struck by a car on Wheeling Avenue and Indiana 28. Fire, ambulance and law enforcement responded to the scene. It was there they discovered that a 7 year old child got distracted and ran into the road – receiving […]

  • Pyschological Report On Woman Who Tried To Steal Baby

    A psychologist’s evaluation of an Anderson woman who pleaded guilty to trying to abduct a 3-week-old girl finds the woman is manipulative and envious of others. The report was submitted ahead of Wednesday‘s sentencing hearing for 35-year-old Judith Walker. Walker pleaded guilty to burglary resulting in injuries and other charges for the June 2013 attack […]

  • Mother Of Hit & Run Victim Pleads For Driver To Come Forward

    The Anderson mother of a 26-year-old victim of hit and run over the weekend is pleading for the driver to come forward. Leigh Ann Schattner is the mother of Keri Winningham the young woman who was struck and killed Saturday night at Scatterfield Road and Hillcrest Drive. She and Anderson police officers are asking anyone […]

  • Fairmount BMV Branch To Close In October

    The license branch is Fairmount is closing. The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles is announcing that the last day of operations at the Fairmount branch will be Wednesday, October 29. A BMV official says the decision to consolidate Fairmount with the Marion branch is because of 65 percent drop in transactions since 2007 and requires […]

  • Gas Station Bandit Surrenders To Police

    The suspect wanted in an early Monday morning gas station robbery in Noblesville has turned himself over to police. 22-year-old Gary Keith Pierce of Noblesville was taken into custody and charged with armed robbery. The Speedway cashier says the suspect came into the store shortly after midnight, pulled out a gun and demanded money. The […]

  • More Sidewalks May Be In Muncie’s Future

    More sidewalks could be in Muncie’s future. City officials had already announced that Morrison Road, Madison Street and Bethel Avenue north of McGalliard were sites for planned sidewalk improvements. With that announcement came more requests especially along 29th Street in the area of Southside Middle School, Walmart and Shoppes at Southside. City officials say they’re […]

  • Madison County Couple Wants Day In Court

    The owners of a Summitville-area farm where dozens of dead animal carcasses were found in the spring of 2013 have decided they want their day in court. At Monday’s scheduling hearing in Madison Circuit Court 1, the attorney for Daniel and Carrie Ault made it clear the couple wants to go to trial. That reverses […]

  • Residents Can Examine Daleville Downtown Plan

    Daleville residents are invited to view the proposed Downtown Master Plan from 5-7 p.m. Wednesday, at the Daleville Town Hall. The proposal for revitalizing the town’s downtown district includes possible new retail, office and apartment space, walking/biking trails, a reconfigured park and even a marina if Mounds Lake plans go through. Officials from one of […]

  • New CATS Bus Terminal On Hold

    Construction of a new City of Anderson Transit System terminal remains in limbo as local officials are hoping for an extension to retain the use of $3.5 million in federal funds. The deadline for the use of the funds is Wednesday, but the administration of Mayor Kevin Smith and Democrats on the Anderson City Council […]

  • Road Salt Prices Rise Dramatically Over Last Year

    If the upcoming winter is anything like last, we’re going to pay for that road salt. The harsh 2014 winter season has drained supplies and driven up prices across Indiana. An INDOT spokesman says salt prices rose an average of 57 percent from last year. Salt supplier Cargill says its inventories are also running low. […]