Sentencing Thursday for Willie Alex “Terell” Owens Jr. in Madison Circuit Court . The 36 year old Owens was found guilty of shooting Tommie L. Griffin three times in the head on Jan. 1, 2019. Griffin died of his injuries. Owens was originally scheduled to be sentenced in April, but sentencing was delayed due to […]
Second Harvest food tailgates have been very much in demand, plus local farmers have ramped up production in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Star Press reports, during the spring semester, students studying geography at Ball State University were able to map out data on the local food system, finding out who was in need […]
The Land and Traffic Committee of the Muncie Common Council holds another meeting at 7:00 PM Thursday night in the City Hall Auditorium at 300 North High Street. The meeting will be in regards to public input on an ordinance of the City of Muncie amending the city code on livestock.
Two Delaware County recent graduates were awarded scholarships for their essays on the origin of the gay pride flag. Trevor Lowe, Muncie resident and recent graduate of Muncie Central, will receive a $1000 scholarship. Micah Brown, Dunkirk resident and recent graduate of Wes-Del High School, will be awarded a $500 scholarship.
The Alexandria Police Department is seeking information on a home invasion-style robbery and burglary that happened Tuesday. Police say in a release it happened just before 3am on the 400 block of North Canal Street. Three masked individuals with firearms forced their way into the residence and demanded certain items that were not specified in […]
Details remain limited, but Muncie Police say at least one person was injured in a shooting near West Bethel and North Maplewood Avenue midday Tuesday. It happened on West Bethel Avenue in front of Ball State University’s Worthen Arena. One person was taken to the hospital with non life threatening injuries. No word on suspects […]
Muncie Sanitary District has rescheduled its annual shred day for Tuesday, July 14th, 2020 from 8a-12p at the Muncie Sanitation Barn located at 811 E Centennial Ave. Muncie Indiana 47303. This will be a drive-through service and participants are asked to wear face masks.
The first week of July a new billboard will be up at the intersection of Jackson and Kilgore. The individuals who are pictured are owners of businesses that have recently opened under COVID-19 restrictions. There are ten pictures in all with the slogan, Welcome Home, and The Original Muncie, also on the billboard.
Alexandria Community Schools hoped to save money by consolidating the elementary school with the intermediate school but COVID-19 has changed the bottom line. As the district looks to eventually bring students back into buildings, it will need to continue to keep a full custodial staff in place for daily disinfection and will increase the elmentary […]
A shooting in Muncie Tuesday that left one person injured near West Bethel and North Maplewood Avenue is under investigation. The Star Press reports a victim was transported by ambulance to IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital with at least one gunshot wound to theirlower extremities. Police did not believe the injuries were life-threatening. The victim […]