Long lines formed at St. Martin’s Episcopal Church in Houston Wednesday as mourners paid respects to former President George HW Bush. A funeral service will be held at St. Martin’s this morning.
A Boy Scouts volunteer has been arrested after allegedly “grooming” a 15-year-old scout for sex. 21-year-old James Colter of Muncie has been taken into custody and charged with five counts of sexual misconduct with a minor, along with child seduction and contributing the delinquency of a minor.
Several Anderson residents woke up to find bullet holes in their homes. Officials believe the suspects responsible may be involved in other criminal activity in the area, possibly even similar shootings. Thankfully no one was hurt. Police are following up on leads.
A judge has dismissed two claims in a lawsuit filed by ex-Muncie police Chief Steve Stewart. Those claims centered on breach of contract but four other claims remain intact. Stewart contends that Mayor Dennis Tyler forced him into investigating a city employee who had spoken to the FBI about alleged criminal wrongdoing.
The city of Anderson has signed an agreement with the Indiana Department of Transportation to upgrade 53rd Street in 2019. According to the Herald Bulletin, The Anderson Board of Public Works has approved an agreement for a $1 million Community Crossroads grant.
A Silver Alert has been declared for a missing Kokomo man last seen in Pendleton Monday afternoon. Authorities are searching for 45-year-old Jeffrey James Zinevich. He is believed to be in extreme danger and may require medical assistance. Zinevich is described as a white male, standing 5’10” and weighing 175 pounds with black hair and […]
A head on collision Wednesday morning claimed the life of a Connersville woman and closed SR 44 for hours. Crash investigators say an “Indy Airport” taxi van, driven by an Indianapolis woman lost control on the icy roadway, killing 44-year-old Carrie A. Carter of Connersville.
The final funding piece for the remodeling and opening of the Beverly Terrace apartments in downtown Anderson has been approved. According to the Herald Bulletin, The Anderson Redevelopment Commission has approved the economic development agreement and $180,000 to complete the project.
Second Harvest Food Bank of East Central Indiana will provide food for families in need at the monthly Tailgate distribution from 8 to 10 this morning. The Tailgate will be held at the Muncie Mall east side parking lot. The distribution is while supplies last, and there is a limit of three families per vehicle.
WIPB-TV has been awarded $175,000 to work with community partners to provide science and literacy resources for young learners in underserved areas. WIPB will focus its efforts in the South Central and Thomas Park neighborhoods, working closely with the members and organizations involved with the 8twelve Coalition.