An Anderson man, who admitted robbing a man while he had had a toddler in a car with him, has been sentenced to six years in prison. The Herald Bulletin reports that 19-year-old David W. Goodwin is required to take parenting classes as part of his sentence.
A nighttime crash left two with minor injuries but it proved to be fatal for the horse. Investigators say the horse was in the middle of the road near Markleville when it was hit by a GMC Sonoma. Both occupants were treated for minor injuries at the hospital. The horse’s owner isn’t sure how it […]
A Muncie man is charged with felony strangulation after police say he was intoxicated and choked his wife when she took away his car keys. 44-year-old Jeremy Wilson was arrested and is facing strangulation and misdemeanor domestic battery charges.
Muncie’s annual Walk a Mile in My Shoes fundraiser is this Saturday at the Fieldhouse on Walnut Street. The event to raise money to help the homeless raised $84,000 last year with more than 2,600 participants. Registration is open now at WalkForMuncieMission.com.
It had been a family’s secret heirloom for five generations. And it will go on display Friday at the Indiana State Museum. An 11-inch wooden mallet inlaid with the initials “A.L” was made by Abraham Lincoln, who used it during his Indiana youth to make furniture. The tool has been in the family of one […]
The Indiana Department of Transportation issued a Travel Advisory for Hamilton County Monday evening. They expected to see up to two inches of snowfall associated with latest round storms. Indy was expecting three, prompting INDOT to put 93 trucks on the road in that area. Statewide, INDOT has 315 salt trucks hard at work making […]
A busing company and a school district are being sued after a Highland Middle School student suffered exposure to a noxious chemical discharged from an air vent directly under his seat. The family of the student is suing Webber Transportation and Anderson Community Schools, claiming severe and permanent symptoms after the incident. ACS terminated the […]
A Muncie resident Curtis Westbrook is suing the Muncie City Court and the Delaware County Sheriff’s Department in a case that landed the judge out of a job last year. Muncie City Court Judge Dianna Bennington resigned as part of an “agreement for discipline” with the Indiana Supreme Court after she had 13 misconduct allegations […]
Funeral services will be held today for a true friend of the community. Services for Dr. Phil Ball will be held later today at Meeks Mortuary. Dr. Ball practiced medicine for nearly sixty years and since 1954, wrote columns for the Muncie Star and the Muncie Evening Press. Ball was a veteran of World War […]
After a request from her lawyer, the trial for a 21-year-old Muncie mother charged with the death of her infant has been continued. Sheryl Wallace is charged with neglect of a dependent after her five month old son died after suffering fatal head injuries after being dropped on a hardwood floor by his father, Cory. […]