Friday, July 17, 2020 Woof Boom Morning Briefs

Ball State University is still on track —  Back to class, on campus.      Hear the entire interview with President Geoffrey Mearns RIGHT HERE. A Muncie woman claims of abuse by police officers while being arrested for drunk driving, have turned into charges of false informing. Madyson McGill reports that the body cam footage proves […]

Thursday, July 16, 2020 Woof Boom Morning Briefs

Governor Holcomb says that Indiana will remain at “Stage 4.5” for “at least the next two (more) weeks.”  Many are not surprised by this decision, based on data that we know of, as well as the dire predictions by many media reports coming from other states in the Country.  Many are very pleased that the […]

Wednesday, July 15, 2020 Woof Boom Morning Briefs

The federal prison in Terre Haute is the only place in the country where federal prisoners are executed. Daniel Lewis Lee was the first federal prisoner to be executed since 2003. Measures to improve security on the Canal Walk in Indy come after two fatal shootings that occurred in less than a week.  Indy Metro […]

Indiana STAYS on “Stage 4.5”

Governor Holcomb, in his weekly briefing, just announced that Indiana will remain at “Stage 4.5” for “at least the next two (more) weeks.”  Many are not surprised by this decision, based on data that we know of, as well as the dire predictions by many media reports coming from other states in the Country.  Many […]

House fire with injuries Monday night

(Source: a trusted WLBC Listener, 7/13/2020): Responding is Gaston volunteer fire department, Yorktown volunteer fire department, Hamilton Township volunteer fire company, Albany volunteer fire department, Eaton volunteer fire department – all on site.  Liberty Township volunteer fire department on move up, also a Madison County has a department moved up.  One adult two children and […]

Tuesday, July 14, 2020 Woof Boom Radio Morning Briefs

What if women could know if their breast cancer will return?  For the first time, women with triple negative breast cancer can get a scientific prediction of if the cancer will return after chemotherapy and surgery.  Triple negative breast cancer is an especially aggressive form, and  it accounts for about 20% of all breast cancers, […]

Monday, July 13, 2020 Woof Boom Radio Morning Briefs

A gathering for GOOD – a support rally for Muncie police officers arriving at City Hall late Saturday afternoon.  Saturday’s event was organized by local businessman Keith Lambert, with help from others.  While the local newspaper estimated the crowd from anywhere between 50 and 70, a much smaller group held a protest outside the Delaware […]

Friday, July 10, 2020 Woof Boom Morning Briefs

With a conservative economic impact of $1.7 million, the decision of Health Officer Dr. Donna Wilkins to cancel Ironman Muncie was not agreed to by all in the community.  Why did she cancel it?  She told Woof Boom Radio news   “…since COVID cases are increasing in many states and people will be traveling here to […]

MCS to host registration events July 14 and 16

Muncie, Ind. – The 2020-21 school year is going to be different than any previous year, and Muncie Community Schools (MCS) is holding two events to help families get children registered for classes. Administrators will also be available to answer any questions about new building protocols due to COVID-19. The public is invited to visit […]

Thursday, July 9, 2020 Woof Boom morning briefs

Indiana Superintendent of Schools Jennifer McCormick wrote yesterday, “Schools cannot & should not be bullied from DC into ignoring safety concerns. Not helpful.”  This post yesterday morning was seemingly in response to the President’s desire to open schools back up for the fast-approaching new school year.  Indiana Rep. Jim Banks agrees with the President… As […]