It took the jury only about an hour Wednesday to find a Muncie man guilty of murder. 25-year-old Alonzo “Little Al” Williams was charged with murder and criminal confinement in February of 2017 in the execution-style slaying of 39-year-old Jeffrey Brown. The co-defendant in the case Jeremy “J.T.” Holland is set to stand […]
An allegedly impaired driver collided with emergency responders working the scene of a car/pedestrian crash on N SR 3 yesterday evening in Eaton. An Eaton fire truck was struck at high speed while blocking traffic to protect personnel rendering aid to the pedestrian from the initial crash. The fire truck sustained heavy damage, but […]
President Trump this afternoon holds a listening session with students, parents and teachers from communities impacted by gun violence. Community members and victims from last week’s Parkland, Florida school shooting have been invited to attend.
Floods can happen anytime, even in winter months – that from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency. With heavy rains in the forecast and the ground already saturated, FEMA reminds you to stay weather aware, regardless of the time of year.
An automated message has been sent out to parents of Anderson Community Schools after a student was removed from the school for threatening to cause harm during an active threat drill. Officials believe the threat was “an inappropriate attempt at humor.”
The Muncie Sanitary District is paying city police officers thousands of dollars to guard demolition sites in the Whitely neighborhood. Chief Joe Winkle says the officers are there to discourage vandalism of property and equipment. So far, the district has paid more than 11-thousand dollars this year to watch the properties.
A 41-year-old Mooreland man is dead after his mini-van left the road and rolled along Delaware County Road 800-South. David D.L. Wickey was pronounced dead at the scene. Investigators believe speed was a factor in that crash.
Delaware County officials are set to hold a meeting to hear worries about a proposed 8,000-hog farming operation in the northern part of the county. The CAFO has set a public meeting for 6 p.m. Thursday, March 8 at Heartland Hall at the Delaware County Fairgrounds for proponents and opponents to exchange information and opinions.
In a roundtable discussion on workforce development with local officials, education and business leaders, Governor Eric Holcomb praised Anderson as a great place to invest. Holcomb said his administration is focusing on getting people the skills needed to find employment.
Chief medical officer Dr. Jeff Mathison at St. Vincent Anderson is relocating to the sunny east coast. Mathison is transferring to St. Vincent’s Health System in Jacksonville, Florida. He has been the Chief medical officer at St. Vincent Anderson since June 2016.