RR Crossing Repairs Start Today

Starting today, repairs will be made on several railroad crossings and they’ll be closed through Friday. The crossings are located in the Salem Township and Yorktown areas. The closings affect Delaware County roads 300-south, 700-west, and 400-south. They’ll be closed Tuesday afternoon through Friday morning.

Big Problems At Muncie SportsPlex

SportsPlex in Muncie is losing money every year and is barely surviving financially, according to a study by Ball State University. The report indicates hundreds of thousands of dollars are unaccounted for in spending and recommends new management take over or operations should be turned over to the City of Muncie.

New Development In Wallace Trial

A new development in the case against Cory Wallace, who is set to stand trial for killing his 5-month-old son and setting a fire to in the baby’s bedroom to hide the cause of death. A judge has ruled the upcoming jury will be allowed to hear that Wallace had been accused of abusing another […]

Anderson Bank Robber Takes Plea Deal

The man arrested for the robbery of the PNC Bank on Nichol Avenue in Anderson on January 7th has pleaded guilty. JeSean Agnew took a plea deal, admitting to the robbery and a drug possession charge. He’ll be sentenced on June 6th in Madison County Circuit Court.

Former Employee Accused Of Robbery

Police arrested Blake Lucy of Albany after a robbery was reported at his former employer Low Bob’s Discount Tobacco on N. Walnut Street. The clerk said a customer asked for a carton of cigarettes which are stored in the back room. She said when she was returning, she found Lucy in the office taking cash […]

Caught Cooking Meth During Police Chase

A Henry County man has been arrested after being caught red handed cooking meth during a police chase. State police and the Henry County Sheriff’s Office were investigating the man, Michael Cunningham, on Main Street in Knightstown, when he sped off. After a short chase, officers pulled the man from his truck and discovered a […]

Kid’s Camp Files CAFO Lawsuit

The proposed construction of a concentrated animal feeding operation in Rush County has prompted a lawsuit from the operators of Harvest Christian Camp for children. They want the Board of Zoning Appeals to reverse its decision to allow the project upwind and half a mile away from the camp. 1400 dairy cows would be kept […]

“Mrs Brady” Has A New Role

Florence Henderson will be the grand marshal for the Indy 500. That means the native of Dale, Indiana will greet the drivers on stage before the race, and then give the “Drivers, to your cars” command. Henderson has sung “God Bless America” as part of the pre-race ceremony in the past. The Indianapolis Children’s Choir […]

You Can Drink With The Winner

Drink with the winner: At the Indianapolis 500 Sunday, Prairie Farms and the Indiana chapter of the American Dairy Association will distribute 100,000 bottles of milk to race fans for an epic Milk Toast with the winner of the 100th Running.

FBI Probe Focusing On Demolition

We’re getting more information about the FBI investigation in Muncie. The Star Press is reporting that the probe centers on a lawsuit filed by Shroyer Brothers, a demolition company that’s alleging that City Building Commissioner Nichols and other officials prevented them from winning local demolition contracts. Nichols owns companies that do demolition work and has […]