He’s best known for creating Garfield the Cat, but now Jim Davis is adding more to his busy schedule. He’ll be an art instructor at Ball State. University officials say Davis will be teaching this fall in the School of Art, but haven’t said which class he’ll be a part of. Davis graduated from Ball […]
Another fatal shooting in Muncie: This time in a moving car on Ebright Street on the city’s south side. 21-year-old Vincent Wolfe II was shot in the head and pronounced dead on arrival at the hospital. Another occupant of the car, Rondell Wolfe II was reportedly wounded in the back. Muncie Police Chief Steve Stewart […]
Authorities say the girlfriend and brother of a Muncie teenager accused of murder helped him hide from police. Kaylee Jones, the girlfriend of 17-year-old Marcus Wilson II — has been arrested on charges of assisting a criminal and obstruction of justice. Wilson’s brother, 20-year-old Zacrey Antrim, was also charged with assisting a criminal. Wilson and […]
A Henry County man has been sent to prison for seven years. 27-year-old Christopher J. Clark had pleaded guilty to causing death when driving with a controlled substance in his system and causing serious bodily injury. The crash killed his 2-year-old son and injured his 6-year-old daughter. The sentenced was part of a plea deal […]
The traffic signals at the intersection of State Road 332 and Delaware County Road 500 West are scheduled to be repaired next week after being damaged by storms. Work is set to begin Monday and crews anticipate repairs to be completed before the end of the week. In the meantime, the intersection remains a four-way […]
Elwood Mayor Todd Jones has ordered the temporary closure of the local animal shelter. Jones says during the shelter’s 2015 construction, an underpowered ventilation system was installed – leaving workers and animals at risk. The city is already beginning to work on some of the needed upgrades.
She’s accused of stealing parking ticket fines — and now, she’s been fired by Noblesville Police. 38-year-old Brandi Marcum faces theft and misconduct charges after an audit found money missing. She had been with the department for 19 years.
An auditor with the Indiana State Board of Accounts has been hired as the next Anderson city controller. The Herald Bulletin reports that Douglas Whitham will take over the controller’s office on Monday. Whitham succeeds David Eicks, who has served as interim city controller since Mayor Broderick took office on Jan. 1. Eicks will continue […]
The Anderson Housing Authority is discussing the possibility of selling Westvale Manor apartments. The board is considering the construction of duplexes to replace the 45-apartment housing complex near West 22nd Street and Raible Avenue. The board is hoping that someone will purchase and renovate the building.
A heads up on a road closure: INDOT will close State Road 13 in Fortville for repairs to be made at the railroad crossing just north of US 36. The closure is scheduled to begin Monday and last through May 2nd. During the repairs, a signed detour will direct highway traffic around the closure via […]