Indiana Tied With California On Gas Price Increases

Indiana is heading into the Memorial Day weekend tied with California for the largest gas price increase – 66 cents a gallon – in the U.S. over the past year. The increase was partially driven by a 10-cent fuel tax increase the state’s Republican-dominated Legislature enacted last year. The price of a gallon of gasoline in Indiana surged last week to $2.84. That’s a 30 percent increase.

Police:Teens Tied Up In Anderson Home Invasion

Police in Anderson say two teens were tied up during a reported home invasion Sunday night. It happened at a home on the 1700 block of East 50th Street. Two suspects with handguns entered an apartment there and tied up the 14 and 17 year old while they went through the apartment. The mother of the boys returned home to find the suspects running from the apartment and getting into a blue car.

Goetz Chosen As BSU Athletics Director

Ball State University has selected Beth Goetz as the new Athletics Director. Goetz will join Ball State in June after serving as the chief operating officer of the University of Connecticut’s (UConn) athletics department since 2016. She will succeed Mark Sandy, who is retiring. Goetz will oversee athletic programs and activities that fully conform with institutional, Mid-American Conference (MAC), and NCAA rules and guidelines.

Indiana Average Fuel Prices 66 Cents Per Gallon Higher This Memorial Day

Indiana is heading into the Memorial Day weekend tied with California for the largest gas price increase – 66 cents a gallon – in the U.S. over the past year. The increase was partially driven by a 10-cent fuel tax increase the state’s Republican-dominated Legislature enacted last year. The price of a gallon of gasoline in Indiana surged last week to $2.84. That’s a 30 percent increase.