Car Slams Into Back Of Semi

A 22-year-old Muncie man is recuperating after receiving injuries in a horrific crash in Randolph County Friday. Gabriel Smith was driving along U.S. 36 when he slammed into the rear end of a semi-truck. His car was pinned in the back of the tractor trailer and dragged several hundred feet. Rescuers were able to get […]

Mound Reservoir Project Is Not Dead

Supporters of the Mounds Lake reservoir say the project isn’t dead. Spokesperson Rob Sparks they believe the plan is still viable and they’re gathering data and seeking the $20 million to $30 million needed for a Phase 3 study of the project. Opponents of the 2,100-acre reservoir have presented an alternative, the Mounds Greenway, a […]

IUPUI & Butler Battling Mumps

Just a few days after a student at IUPUI was diagnosed with the mumps, more cases have cropped up at another college. Butler University said that three students had confirmed cases of the illness. University officials say they sent the students home and are encouraging anyone else with symptoms to visit the campus Health Services […]

In, Out, Back In Jail…Within 24 Hours

He was sentenced on Monday. Less than 24 hours later, he was back in jail. 21-year-old Jacob Crisler was sentenced on two misdemeanor counts in Muncie City Court Monday and hours later, the 21-year-old Farmland man was placed in the Randolph County jail on battery accusations. He posted bond and was released. An initial hearing […]

Anderson TV May Soon Expand

The Anderson City Council is considering the expansion of Anderson TV to televise more public meetings where city business is being discussed. The move would allow the broadcast of meetings for the Board of Public Works, Park Board, Anderson Redevelopment Commission, Plan Commission and Board of Zoning Appeals. The upgrade might mean the purchase of […]

Free Legal Help Tuesday

Need help with a non-criminal legal question? An attorney from Indiana Legal Services will offer free advice Tuesday from 10 until 1 at Muncie’s Carnegie Library. Qualified clients must be a U.S. Citizen or documented immigrant in order to receive the free legal help.

Former Deputy Arrested By FBI Agents

An update to a story that we first reported last August: A former Delaware County deputy has been arrested by federal agents and charged with stealing ammunition from the sheriff’s department. Arlan Johnson – who retired from the department last fall – appeared at an initial hearing in U.S. District Court Thursday. Johnson is accused […]

Felon Leads Cops On Chase

A New Castle felon was arrested Thursday after leading police on a vehicle chase. The Star Press reports that a state trooper spotted a car driving erratically on Ind. 3 in New Castle. He tried to make a traffic stop, but the driver fled, leading cops on a chase through yards and farm fields. The […]

Blue Jeans Returning To Anderson Schools?

Will blue jeans be coming back to Anderson Schools? It’s possible. The results of online and telephone surveys conducted by the ACS school committee seem to show an overwhelming percentage of parents are in favor of relaxing the current dress code of kakis and polo shirts to jeans and t-shirts. Joe Cronk, chief operating officer […]

Muncie Seeks Development Proposals

Muncie Mayor Dennis Tyler and the city have released details for developers for the nearly $50 million dollar proposed White River Canal District. The city is officially asking for Development Proposals and conceptual drawings from commercial developers. They’re hoping to provide urban housing with modern amenities such as restaurants and living space to help stop […]