A jury has found Agapito Diaz III guilty on all six felonies including murder in the shooting death of Jalynn Harman. In a 2017 robbery gone wrong, Diaz attempted to rob a man who also had a gun and fired. The bullet struck both Diaz and Harman who later died from her injuries. A sentence […]
He’s already been convicted of selling cocaine, is on trial for dealing heroin and has been arrested this week for selling both. Police say 28-year-old Dominique Goodwin is charged with selling heroin to an informant for the Muncie PD. He was also accused of selling cocaine to an undercover informant back in November.
A Henry County doctor’s license has been suspended following allegations that he exploited women who were his patients. Dr. Benjamin Loveridge practiced in New Castle at the Kane Loveridge Wellness Group, which he owns and operates with his wife.
The Madison County Plan Commission will meet next week to consider a request for a special ‘10-year 100 percent’ tax abatement for the proposed Lone Oak Solar Farm near Elwood. The commission will meet at 9 a.m. Tuesday in the council chambers at the Madison County Government Center.
Students will explain how they explored the growing addiction recovery community in Muncie, Delaware County and East Central Indiana and the role churches and faith-based organizations have in helping addicts address the disease. “Unmasked: Recovery and Redemption” takes place Thursday, April 25 at First Merchants Bank Community Room.
Workers installing sewer lines across a southern Indiana farm unearthed the fossilized bones of a mastodon that likely stood about 9 feet tall. The bones include most of a tusk, parts of a skull and a jawbone with teeth. They were recently dug up on a farm in Seymour.
Broad Ripple’s historic Vogue night club has a new owner for the first time since 1986. Three Indianapolis tech entrepreneurs bought it. The new owners say they plan to keep the current Vogue staff to manage the day-to-day operations of the venue. The Vogue will still host concerts.
Muncie’s Bridge Dinner at Washington Street Bridge is set for April 25 from 5:30 – 7:30 pm. Food and drink will be available for purchase, there will be live music and a free shuttle service for Ball State students. The event is free to attend – the food and drinks are on you.
Mushroom hunters discovered more than they bargained for in Anderson’s River Bend Park Wednesday. Police say skeletal remains were found at the park along with an ID and some clothing. The Madison County coroner’s office says they believe they know who it is, but haven’t released the identity.
Indiana University confirms 16 cases of mumps, with nine of those being linked to one fraternity. IU spokesman Chuck Carney says all but one of the students infected with the virus lived off-campus, in a fraternity house. This all comes despite an Indiana law requiring students attending state-sponsored schools to be vaccinated for mumps and […]