Noblesville Schools are improving security. Superintendent Beth Niedermeyer says new security measures include metal detector wands, tripling the School Resource Officers, more surveillance equipment, and mental health support.
Madison County Council President Anthony Emery says the council will review the budget in one day on August 16. Emery says all departments and officials are to keep their budget requests at 2016 approved amounts. Current budget requests for 2019 exceed 45-million-dollars.
A Muncie man has been arrested while walking in a southside neighborhood with his daughter. Police responded to reports of a man with a backpack going into vacant homes and found Joshua Guy Little carrying meth and paraphernalia. Little is charged with possession and child neglect.
A Hartford City woman has been arrested after failing to convince officers someone had planted meth in her purse. Kristin Machel Barger is charged with possession after police and a community corrections officer did a compliance check at her home and found the substance and paraphernalia.
Anderson Trustee John Bostic has asked the city council to include funding for the Trustee’s Youth Center & field house as a permanent part of the budget. Bostic requested the funds be drawn from the city’s share of Hoosier Park Casino’s slot machine taxes.
The 2018 World Series of Poker champion is an Indianapolis resident. 33-yuear-old John Cynn won the series’ marquee no-limit Texas Hold ’em main event Sunday in Las Vegas – and walked away with $8.8 million dollars for his efforts.
The annual Madison County 4-H Fair has begun in Alexandria. The festivities will feature carnival rides and games, animal shows and treats at Beulah Park until July 22.
It’s the first night of the midway at the One-Hundred-66th Delaware County Fair. In addition to the rides and fair food, a new event takes place. The Barnyard Olympics gets underway at 6 in the grandstands.
An inmate at the Pendleton Correctional Facility is dead. The prison is on lockdown after 31-year-old Ezekiel Jones was the victim of an apparent stab wound at the hands of another offender. Jones was serving 72 years for the murder and robbery of a Fort Wayne man. Prison officials and Indiana State Police are still […]
The Jay School Corporation says they are moving forward with a plan that will give a select group of teachers and staff members’ access to guns. The guns will be placed in biometric safes at strategic locations inside district schools. Superintendent Jeremy Gulley says the district decided to move forward with the plan, after studying […]