Attempted Murder Charge For Muncie Man

A Muncie man has been arrested for the attempted murder of an Anderson man. DeAndre Barnum was charged with attempted murder and possession of marijuana. According to court records, he shot the victim “approximately 7-9” times. The victim is expected to be okay. Police in Delaware and Madison County say he’s no stranger to law […]

Just Bonded Out, Now Back In Jail

Muncie police arrested a man who is charged with choking his wife after she just bonded him out of jail on Saturday, though she didn’t want to press charges. 32-year-old Josh Antrim is back in Delaware County jail with a $7,500 bond. The officer observed fresh red marks around her throat when they responded to […]

Muncie Tailgate Food Distribution Thursday

Families in need can get some help Thursday as the Second Harvest Food Bank will provide free food for families at their monthly Tailgate distribution at the former Bog Warner parking lot. It opens at 6 a.m. The distribution begins at 9 a.m. and goes while supplies last. Those food supplies recently received a boost […]

New Statehood Stamp Debuts

The Postal Service has joined the celebration of Indiana’s bicentennial with a dedication ceremony for an Indiana statehood stamp. The new Forever stamp shows a sunset over a cornfield in Milford in northern Indiana. Photographer Michael Matti was home on break from Indiana Wesleyan in 2013 when he snapped the picture.

MSD Truck Trashed By Train

A Norfolk Southern train trashed a garbage truck Monday morning. As we first reported, it happened just after 8 a.m. when emergency crews were called to a railroad crossing just off Old Ind. 3. The driver of the Muncie Sanitary District trash truck was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. The rail crossings at […]

Muncie Wants Lawsuit Dismissed

Lawyers for the City of Muncie are asking the U.S. District Court in Indy to dismiss a lawsuit filed against the city by local demolition company Shroyer Brothers. The suit claims they were denied city demolition contracts because they failed to contribute to the local Democratic Party and because the Building Commissioner has a conflict […]

Bridge Construction Continues

Bridge construction over I-69 continues tonight. Contractors plan more overnight lane closures to install temporary supports on the new Madison Avenue Bridge over the interstate. Work is dependent on favorable weather and schedules are subject to change, but officials believe the new bridge will be open to traffic before Labor Day.

YMCA Owes 60K Electric Bill

The Anderson YMCA owes more than $60,000 in past utility bills to the city, and those bills have been around for a long time, even after a Community Development Block Grant paid $43,000 in January. Mayor Thomas Broderick Jr. says the city and the Y have to reach a payment plan the YMCA can afford […]

Anderson To Soon Disclose New Bus Terminal Site

Anderson residents will soon learn of the proposed new location for the city bus terminal. Mayor Thomas Broderick Jr. says he plans to make the announcement by the end of the month. City officials are expected to move quickly, so as not to lose more than 3-million-dollars in federal funding for the project.