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 […]
A 22-year-old Gaston man has been arrested after police say they found explicit messages sent between him and a 12-year-old girl. Jordan Cooper-Clark is facing numerous charges after the girl’s parents found the inappropriate messages on the girl’s phone.
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.
Authorities in Grant County are searching for two men wanted for child molesting. The first subject is Francisco Trejo. The 38-year-old Trejo is wanted on a Grant County warrant for eight counts of child molesting. The second subject is 19-year-old Deckoda Hodges. He is also wanted on a warrant for four counts of sexual misconduct […]
The active shooter training scheduled for tomorrow at Tipton Schools has been cancelled. Organizers say they are trying to re-schedule it for a later date in the summer.
Tomorrow, the Indianapolis Colts will host a FREE Mini-Camp Practice and Movie Night at Lucas Oil Stadium. The event, which is free and open to the public, begins with practice at 5:30 p.m. and The LEGO® Movie will begin at approximately 8 p.m.
It is becoming all too common. Muncie police arrested a young mother for overdosing on heroin with her child in a room at the Baymont Inn and Suites. She is 25-year-old Gwyn Brown, now in the Delaware County jail being held with a $7,500 bond. She’s charged with neglect of a dependent and public intoxication. […]
A pair of home builders are charged with stealing more than $1.2 million from both customers and subcontractors. Gary Ogle and Robert Fersch, owned BiltRite Homes of Whitestown, have been charged with felonies in four counties, with court documents showing they engaged in several fraudulent business deals.
Indiana State Police continue to investigate a police action shooting in the 1300 block of 18th Street in Muncie. Police arrived and found Larry Stepp standing on the edge of the street with a knife. He was ordered to drop it, but he refused, and was shot. Stepp died at Ball Hospital from gunshot wounds […]
An Anderson man has pleaded guilty to starting a fire at his residence after his landlord evicted him. 31-year-old Lee Baker and his wife were charged with the fire last November on West 8th Street. He also pleaded guilty in an unrelated case involving a battery. The couple has since divorced and the former wife, […]