Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders didn’t quit even though it appeared he was mathematically out of the race for his party’s nomination. Sanders campaigned in Evansville Monday morning and spoke at a rally on Monument Circle in Indianapolis last night. Hillary Clinton made what her final campaign trip to the state on Sunday.
When voters head to the polls today, they will find races – from president on down – on their Democratic Party or Republican Party ballot. Polling places are open until 6 p.m. statewide. To vote, you must be registered and have a valid photo ID that you can show at the polling place. Many local […]
One person is in custody after a bomb threat at the Madison County Government Center Monday afternoon. The Sheriff says the threat was made by phone call to the Madison County Clerk’s Office about 12:45 p.m. by a male caller from outside the building. About 80 percent of the building’s occupants were evacuated. The government […]
A 26-year-old woman in Hartford City is accused of dealing heroin to two agents of the local Drug Task Force. Terri Williams is charged in Blackford Circuit Court with selling about $50 worth of heroin in April and police say they think she bought the drug in Indy. Her trial is August 2nd.
An accused drunk driver admitted in court Monday he drank about 10 beers before crashing into a moped and killing it’s driver. Benjamin Brand’s blood alcohol was .24, three times the legal limit. The July crash killed 18-year-old Mason Wolfe and injured his passenger. The judge will sentence Brand on June 23rd. He has a […]
Anderson’s Little 500 Festival events continue: This Thursday is the Cross Street Pay Less Bingo Night – benefiting Second Harvest food bank. On Saturday, it’s the Mayor’s Ball and the Red Cross Blood Drive. A complete list of events is posted at Anderson speedway dot com.
Ball State’s Spring Commencement is this Saturday on the Fine Arts Terrace at 10am. In the event of bad weather, ceremonies will be moved inside to Worthen Arena. Campus officials will close residence halls Saturday at 6 p.m.
A 16-year old girl was killed in a hit and run early Thursday and police now have a suspect in custody. 20-year-old Pedro G. Garcia, of Marion, is being held in connection with the fatal hit-and-run. The coroner says the victim, 16-year-old Reamey M. Bell of Sweetser, was struck and pinned against another vehicle. She […]
An early morning fire may have been caused by lightning Thursday. A passerby noticed smoke coming from a single-story office building on West 8th Street and called the Muncie fire department. No one was in the building when firefighters got there and no one was hurt. Storms were rolling through the area at the time […]
Police spotted a tornado on the ground briefly near Zionsville Thursday afternoon, prompting a tornado warning for Boone and Hamilton Counties. No injuries were reported. Another warning was later issued based on a radar-indicated activity near Rushville.