Flooding Remains An Issue Tuesday

The heavy storms that have hammered most of the nation’s mid-section have not spared our area. Some EC Indiana roads remain flooded this morning due to the amount of rain over the past few days. The White River in Muncie is in a minor flood stage and is expected to crest at just over 10 […]

Anderson Flood Warning Continues

It’s a different story in Anderson. The National Weather Service has extended a flood warning affecting the White River through Thursday morning. The river was at 11.3 feet by about 11:30 a.m. Monday and is predicted to rise near 13.2 feet by midnight tonight.

Freezing Rain Causes Problems Up North

In the north, freezing rain was a problem. The ice storm blacked out 29-thousand NIPSCO customers, and is blamed for a fatal crash on I-69 near Ashley, Indiana. Further south, the issue isn’t freezing rain, but rain. There’s significant flooding along the Wabash River and on the Mississinewa in Randolph County.

Muncie Woman Gets 20 Years On Dealing Charge

You can run but sometimes you can’t hide. 31-year-old Brittany Kern was sentenced to 20 years in prison after pleading guilty to dealing in a narcotic drug. Kern had been accused of selling a prescription pain-killer to a police informant in April 2014. A second charge, maintaining a common nuisance, was dismissed under the terms […]

Muncie Man Facing 30 Months For Battery

A Muncie man has been accused of battering his girlfriend with her seven-month-old child nearby. 29 year old Andre London was charged with battery in the presence of a child. London was booked into the Delaware County jail under a $5,000 bond. He’s facing a maximum 30-month prison term when his case goes to trial […]

Community Health To Raise Minimum Wage

Community Health Network will raise its minimum wage to 11 dollars an hour next week. The move means a raise for 400 of the hospital network’s 13-thousand employees. Community has 200 hospitals, clinics and affiliated doctor’s offices across central Indiana, including Community Hospital Anderson.

Six More County Courts To Go Electronic

Six more counties plan to switch to electronic filing of civil court cases over the next six months. Hamilton County became the first county to begin e-filing this year — the Indiana Supreme Court wants to take all state courts electronic by the end of 2018. Legislators set aside 29-million dollars for the conversion in […]

Another Round Of Wild Weather

Another round of wild winter weather here in EC Indiana: Flash-flooding on Saturday and Sunday caused traffic restrictions in Blackford, Jay, Henry and Randolph Counties. Delaware and Madison were among those seeing upwards of three inches of rain, and more is expected during this week before the temperatures drop and we could be on the […]