A high school teacher in Grant County has turned himself into police after being accused of touching a 16-year-old girl in an inappropriate manner. Mitchel Hueston, a teacher at Oak Hill High School, is alleged to have been involved in the incident that occurred during the summer of 2016.
The Indiana Court of Appeals has overturned the conviction of a Muncie man who was found guilty of sexually assaulting his roommate’s dog. The Indiana Court of Appeals overturned the conviction of Andy Allen Shinnock after ruling a lack of evidence and witnesses. Now the case may find itself before the Indiana Supreme Court.
The Yorktown Police Department could be moving. City officials are considering a plan that would move the department to the old Lions Club building. The temporary measure would allow for the sale of the buildings currently used with a long-term plan to build new municipal offices in downtown Yorktown.
Anderson University will host the opening of a new installation focusing on The Bill Gaither Trio as a part of a three-year rotating exhibit celebrating the life and legacy of Bill and Gloria Gaither. The opening will be conducted on Friday, Feb. 17, from 7-9 p.m. in York Performance Hall and Galleries. The opening of […]
Rep. Luke Messer is urging President Donald Trump to take executive action on a tax credit loophole that allows billions of dollars in payments to illegal immigrants. Messer claims the The Child Tax Credit and the Additional Child Tax Credit programs are wrought with fraud. He says it’s because the benefits can be claimed without […]
Saint Joseph’s College alumni, like Melissa Marshall, want answers after the school says they are suspending operations due to financial problems. Marshall says that the school has not given updates as to why the situation is as bad as it is, but President Robert Pastoor says that the school was transparent with its alumni.
Streets, roads and highways are slick and hazardous this morning. Travel advisories are in effect for some counties with yesterday’s snow becoming today’s treacherous travel. There are school delays.
A bad batch of heroin is to blame for more than a dozen overdoses and three deaths in Muncie. Workers at the Delaware County Emergency Response Center say they usually take an average of 3 overdose calls each day, but 16 calls in three days was a huge jump from they’re used to receiving.
Police say- even after the completed autopsy – there are still few leads in the shooting death of a Muncie man. The autopsy was completed this week, but the only clues it yielded were that 38-year-old Joseph Lamar Johnson was shot many times when he was gunned down outside his South Pershing Drive home early […]
A $20,000 payment to the owner of a downtown riverfront property in Muncie has been approved. It’s thought to be an additional step in the mayor’s proposed $48-million White River Canal District plan. The check is being cut to Ratchford Properties LLC, but there are no further details. What is known is that even before […]