A 24-year old Muncie man is going to prison for burglary after pleading guilty. Justin Harding will spend the next 7 years behind bars after the prosecutor said he had “created a lifestyle out of committing crimes,” according to the Star Press.
American Pickers, the tv show about finding antique treasures, is returning to Indiana next month to film new episodes. They’re taking suggestions of where to go at their website, and need a description of the item, photos, name and contact information. The email address is AmericanPickers@cineflix.com.
A man is charged with threatening his neighbors in New Castle. The Star Press is reporting today that 64-year-old Russell Guffey was arrested on Saturday for allegedly making threats to blow up a neighbor’s house and pointing a gun at the neighbor’s teenager son. He’s in Henry County jail with a $15,000 bond. The man […]
A man from Daleville is dead, after a Sheriff’s Deputy found him in a crashed SUV on Indiana 67 about 4 o’clock this morning. They’ve identified him as 58-year-old Harry Rollins. The medical examiner will do an autopsy to determine if the man had a medical condition that caused him to hit a concrete culvert […]
In western Indiana, reports of the flu are increasing, though the numbers are considerably down from last year because this year’s vaccine is better targeted at the flu strain. So far, Reid Hospital saying 10 people have been hospitalized. The vaccine is still available, and hand washing is a great way to ward off the […]
An Anderson family thinks a child playing with a lighter caused a fire this morning at their home on Whittier Avenue about 8:30 a.m. Everyone was able to get out, though one teen had to jump out her first-floor bedroom window after she was woken up by the fire.
A heart-breaker for Indiana basketball. The Hoosiers are out of the Big Ten Tournament. Michigan beat No. 1 seed at Bankers Life Fieldhouse today at the buzzer with a 3-pointer. Final 72-69.
A fire destroyed a Muncie home this afternoon on the city’s west side. A fire was reported just after 4 a.m. in the house on W. Second St. and rekindled about 11:30 a.m. The Star Press reports the home is the same one where a major meth lab was raided in August of last year. […]
A new bill to protect Indiana student athletes from 5th grade to 12th is headed to the Governor’s desk. The concussion protocols will apply to all sports, including cheerleading. It requires all head and assistant coaches to be certifed in player safety and provide immunity for those who comply if damages result from their good […]
An Elwood man’s request to have child molestion charges was denied yesterday in Madison Circuit Court. 42-year-old Chad Hobbs was arrested in December for alleged incidents with two children, ages 5 and 7 that happened over about 18 months from the summer of 2014 through last December. Judge Mark Dudley did not explain why he […]