A man driving in Winchester swerved to avoid a large pile of trash on a Randolph County Road only to find the trash was actually a drunken man lying in the middle of the road. 24-year-old Anthony Moog of Winchester had a blood alcohol level nearly five times the legal limit. He’s charged with public […]
An Indianapolis man surrendered in Muncie to police after a brief standoff. Dennis Patterson III is charged with battery and intimidation. The charges stem from a woman who told police he struck her several times and wouldn’t allow her to leave the house without him.
Anderson’s Little 500 events continue. Today is Pay Less Little 500 Bump Day and UAW Fan Fest, while tomorrow is the 27th Annual Little 500 Hall of Fame Induction and the 68th running of the Pay Less Little 500.
The pre-race activities for this year’s Indianapolis 500 will be quite the spectacle. There will be two flyovers, military tributes, “Back Home Again in Indiana” sung by Josh Kaufman, and the national Anthem from Darius Rucker. Mrs Brady will be the grand marshal for the big race. Actress Florence Henderson – a native of Dale, […]
New business opens this weekend. Fans of Jack’s Donuts will no longer have to drive to Henry County to get the sweet treats. A Jack’s Donuts franchise is opening along White River Boulevard this weekend. The original Jack’s opened in New Castle in 1961.
A former Pendleton candy shop owner convicted of child molestation had his sentence upheld on appeal. 69-year-old William Gilliland had been convicted in Madison Circuit Court and sentenced in August 2015 to 44 years in prison.
For the first time in 66 years, Hoosiers across the state will be able to watch the Indy 500 from home. The TV blackout was lifted after the race sold out. Viewers have only been able to see the race live two times, in 1949 and again in 1950.
Hoosier lawmakers have approved a study of expanding civil rights to include protections for gay and transgender residents. Other areas the Legislative Council approved include highway funding, heroin treatment, taxes on fantasy sports and possible changes to Indiana’s system for regulating alcohol.
Customers of Noodles and Company should check bank statements for unauthorized activity after the restaurant said their customer data has been breached. The fast-casual chain has more than 500 locations across the country, including 24 in Indiana with one location in Muncie.
By the end of June, Muncie Community Schools is planning to get rid of 37 teaching positions to keep pace with its generally declining enrollment and ongoing financial problems. The Star Press reports that before officially laying off anyone, the district will wait to see how many teachers resign or retire. If not enough leave, […]