50+ cats found in Muncie mobile home

A Muncie man living in a moble home on the southside with at least 50 cats inside. Neighbors called to complain about the smell and the Muncie Animal Shelter said the trailer was full of feces and trash inside, though the cats seemed mostly fine. The shelter got about 35 out Monday and are going […]

Flags to be flown at half-staff to honor Orlando murder victims

There were no violent incidents reported at the Indy Gay Pride festival following the Orlando mass murder on Saturday night. Governor Mike Pence called for flags to be flown at half-staff until sunset on Thursday. Leads of local Muslim organizations released statements of mourning, saying the Islamic Society of North America is reeling from the […]

Former deputy gets probation in drunk driving case

A Delaware county sheriff’s deputy who was drunk and caused a crash two years ago was sentenced to probation yesterday. 48-year-old Todd Daily has since retired from the force and admitted he is an alcoholic. His blood alcohol level was .387, over 4 times the legal limit to drive when he caused a chain-reaction crash […]

NTN Driveshaft site hit by lightning

Lightning hit NTN Driveshaft’s construction site this morning as storms rolled through Madison County about 6:30 a.m. No one was hurt, but a fire broke out in the roofing materials. It was doused in about an hour at the location on Layton Rd.

Anderson decides location of new bus terminal

The Anderson bus terminal’s location has been finalized. After years of planning, Mayor Thomas Broderick Jr. announcing today the city will build it on the northeast corner of 13th and Jackson streets, with adjacent retail or commercial space. The estimated cost is $6 million and work should begin next year once the design and funding […]