Local Law Plans Roadblocks Thursday Night

Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over: Law enforcement from Hamilton County, Fishers, Carmel, Westfield, Cicero and Indiana State troopers will conduct a sobriety checkpoint in an effort to find impaired drivers. You’ll see an increased police presence Thursday night through the early morning hours of Friday.

Marion Police Searching For Break-In Bandits

Police in Marion are searching for two men responsible for breaking into One Hour Cleaners and stealing money. According to police, two suspects broke into the business located at 522 South Washington Street by breaking the window. The suspects then took an undisclosed amount of money from the cash registers.

DeSoto Man Asks For Variance To Keep Wolf Hybrids

In DeSoto, a man raising 11 wolfdogs is going before the Metropolitan Board of Zoning Appeals to ask for a zoning variance so he can keep the animals on his property. The Delaware County zoning ordinance limits three dogs in a residential zone. Raymond Jones says he’s raised the hybrids for 17 years with no […]

Wallace Statements Are Admissible

A Delaware County judge has ruled that Cory Wallace’s recorded statements to detectives are admissible in his upcoming trial in the death of his 5-month old. The judge says he was properly given his rights before he spoke. But comments he made before that won’t be heard by the jury beginning June 6th. Wallace said […]

Ivy Tech Meets Wednesday; Could Name New President

The Ivy Tech Community College State Board of Trustees will provide an update on the Ivy Tech presidential search process immediately following its scheduled board meeting Wednesday at the downtown Indianapolis Campus. If the board names the next President at the meeting, that individual will also be present.

BSU Adds Additional Presidential Forum

The Ball State University Board of Trustees has scheduled an additional forum to provide public input on desired qualities and areas of emphasis for the new president. The forum is set for next Monday at 7 p.m. at the Alumni Center on West Bethel Avenue. The Board conducted six open sessions in April as part […]

Yorktown Names First Female Police Officer

Yorktown Police have their first female patrol officer, and she’s from Muncie. Brooke Routhe has a criminal justice and criminology degree from Ivy Tech. Yorktown Town Marshall Todd St. John says it’s important that the community be represented in the department, and notes that a female officer can sometimes help in different cases where male […]

Colts Camp Needs Volunteers

In anticipation of the Indianapolis Colts Training Camp, Anderson University is seeking 200 individuals to serve as volunteers. In order to be a volunteer, you must be at least 18 years of age, complete an application, and attend a training session. Interested? Contact coltsvolunteers@anderson.edu

Local Teen Killed In Stump-Grinder Accident

Officials are calling it a “freak accident”. A Yorktown teen is dead after an incident with a stump grinder. It happened in Saturday afternoon just north of Hartford City while 18-year-old Cody Bronnenberg was helping his uncle on a tree removal job at a private residence.  According to Blackford County Coroner, Tod Waters, the teen […]

Investigating The Clerk/Treasurer’s Office

The Alexandria City Council has voted to initiate an investigation into the Office of the Clerk-Treasurer for late or missed city payments. The Herald Bulletin reports that the investigation stems from several months of missed sewer bond payments totaling more than $120,000. Clerk-Treasurer Jan Lynch says she told city officials several times that the sewer […]