Anderson Mom Charged With Murder

The Anderson mother who claimed her daughter was run over by a lawnmower has been arrested on charges of murder and aggravated battery. 45-year-old Denell Roberts was taken into custody Wednesday and lodged in the Madison County Detention Center. She is accused of failing to seek timely medical assistance after she ran over the 12-year-old […]

Ex-Roommate Accused Of Slashing Woman

A Muncie woman was attacked by her former roommate, suffering cuts to her face, neck and arms. Police say the woman with the knife was 65-year-old Betty Brooks, who lived with the woman for an extended period but whose relationship had ended. Brooks could face 16 years in prison.

Man Strikes Nurses; Threatens Cop

A New Castle man who fatally stabbed his wife in 2007 has been arrested after he allegedly struck a nurse in the emergency room at Henry County Hospital. 61-year-old Charles J. Bise is also accused of threatening to kill a New Castle police officer while at the hospital. He was taken into custody Wednesday and […]

MadCo Officials Trying For Fed Funding

Madison County officials are trying again. They’re attempting to seek federal funding to replace the 47-year-old Eisenhower Bridge over the White River in Anderson. Last year, the county was reportedly on the list for funding, but didn’t make the final cut. The county is seeking 75 percent of the cost or $13.5 million from the […]

Music Realty TV Show To Be In Muncie

A new music competition reality show will be filmed in Muncie and will air this fall. The show will be filmed at Ball State with 15 contestants from around the country. A live audience is needed for the March 12th competition. Tickets are available Friday at the Emens Auditorium box office.

Two Local Ladies Are Indy 500 Princesses

Two Madison County women are among the 2016 Indianapolis 500 Festival Princesses. Bailey Troutman, of Anderson, a sophomore at IU/Kokomo and Morgan Jacobs, of Fishers, a graduate of Pendleton and a sophomore at ISU are just two of the 33 that will be involved with the events and activities of the 100th running of the […]

Vote On School Vouchers Today

Education groups are asking legislators not to open a second window to apply for private-school vouchers. The Senate has already voted to extend the voucher deadline to December, and let students transfer at midyear. The House Education Committee will vote on the bill later today.

New Additions At The Indy Zoo

A visit to the Indianapolis Zoo in the spring could be just the way to shake off the cold, with new exhibits and a new spin on some of the ones that you already love. You’ll also be able to see some of the new animals that have been born while it’s been cold. There […]

22 Years In Prison For Muncie Man

Its 22 years in prison for a Muncie man. 57-year-old Darryl Hughes was sentenced Tuesday in Indianapolis for sexually exploiting teenage boys. He worked as a special services counselor for New Castle schools and Henry County Community Corrections. In the plea deal he signed with prosecutors, he agreed to give each of his three victims […]