More Than 15,000 Attend Red For Ed Day At Statehouse

Thousands of teachers from across the state filled the statehouse, chanting “Put Kids First” at legislators arriving for Organization Day, the start of the 2020 legislative session. More than 15,000 educators and community supporters signed up for Red for Ed. Jennifer McCormick, state superintendent of public instruction says Indiana kids deserve to have adequate and […]

House Speaker Brian Bosma To Step Down

House Speaker Brian Bosma announced Tuesday that he will step down from his position. Bosma, who’s served in the state legislature since 1986, says he’ll end his time as Speaker of the House at the end of this session and has no plans to run for re-election. A replacement will be chosen in the next […]

ISP Says Fog; Speed Likely Causes In Fatal Crash

Indiana State Police say a combination of foggy conditions and unsafe speed are likely the cause of a two vehicle crash along eastbound I-70 Tuesday morning. Investigators believe a pickup truck pulling a trailer of construction equipment crashed into the back of a semi-tractor trailer and caught fire. The driver – a man from California […]

Car Crashes Into Newly-Opened Store

Muncie police say the culprit crashed into the wall of the Low Bob’s Discount Tobacco on East Main Street and then took off on foot. Authorities say a 2004 Chevy Cavalier crashed into the new store that opened about three weeks ago, causing structural damage to the entire building.

Frankton Dad Stabs Daughter In Fracas

A Frankton father is accused of stabbing his 14-year-old daughter between her shoulder blades and repeatedly stabbing a 34-year-old man who was in the home with the girl and two other females. The Herald Bulletin reports that 36-year-old Larry O’Bryant II is facing charges including felony aggravated battery

Helping CNAs Become LPNs

Ivy Tech Muncie received a $50,000 grant from Ball Brothers Foundation to explore opportunities for current Certified Nursing Assistants to become a License Practical Nurse in order to fulfill demand within Delaware County. These funds would help Ivy Tech Muncie expand the program to include more students to be in the position to obtain high […]

#DayofGiving2019 Launches Thursday

United Way of Delaware and Henry Counties will launch its third annual #DayofGiving2019 campaign Thursday. According to organizers, in Delaware County, nearly half live in poverty; in the city, its six in 10 families whose low income fits the federal guidelines for poor.

Muncie Tailgate Moved Up Due To Thanksgiving

It’s a week early – due to Thanksgiving. Second Harvest Food Bank of East Central Indiana will provide food for families in need at the monthly Tailgate distribution from 8 to 10 a.m. on Thursday on the east side of the Muncie Mall parking lot The distribution is while supplies last, and there is a […]