Thursday, 2/25/2021 Woof Boom Radio Morning news

More COVID coverage.  Yesterday’s weekly Governor Briefing outlined the new allowed-ages for vaccine sign up Dr. Kristine Box sounded upbeat, and rightfully so Murder charges against a Fort Wayne man accused of killing two men at a gas station There’s a new leader for the Daleville Community Schools as the Board made a unanimous selection […]

Tuesday, 2/23/2021 Woof Boom Radio Morning news

You’ll have to wait another year.  Meridian Health Services has rescheduled the Rialzo Charity Gala;  the new date will be April 9, 2022. This is the event’s second rescheduling due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Meridian invites recurring and new supporters alike to select “A Night to Remember – Stay Safe Packages” will allow the general […]

Muncie Police need help from public

We now know more about a story WLBC’s Peter Killeen told you about first on Friday: it was three men from Michigan that were found dead in a Muncie apartment.    Autopsies will be done this weekend.   Anyone with information was asked to call Muncie police detectives at 765-747-4867 or Muncie Crime Stoppers at 765-286-4050.

Friday, 2/19/2021 Woof Boom Radio Morning news

Now possible flooding??  Temperatures are supposed to warm up soon all across Indiana Which is why meteorologist Aaron Updike with the National Weather Service in Indianapolis says you need to make sure your drains are clear, so when the snow melts, the water has some place to go. A new allocation of rental assistance will […]

Thursday, 2/18/2021 Woof Boom Radio Morning news

Blue counties in WLBCland.  Madison and Jay counties are in the lowest threat-level for Weekly 2-metric score tracking COVID.  Randolph and Wayne counties are just a half point away from the same status, and Delaware and all other adjacent counties are at a score no higher than 1.5 – continuing to show progress in stopping […]

Wednesday, 2/17/2021 Woof Boom Morning News

You may be a bit tired of hearing about snow. Chris Davis reports you’ve got more coming How bad did it get?  Madison County Sheriff Scott Mellinger reported to the Herald Bulletin that from 3 p.m. Monday to 8 a.m. Tuesday that the department responded to three personal injury accidents; six property damage accidents; 75 […]

Tuesday, 2/16/2021 Woof Boom Radio Morning news

Snow crashes might be avoidable with less speed.  State police said 90 percent of the crashes police will investigate yesterday and today will be from drivers driving too fast.  Between midnight and 9 a.m. yesterday, just the Indianapolis District responded to 38 crashes, 5 with injuries, 7 slide-offs, and 5 motorist assists. The Indiana Department […]