Human Truck Pull For Charity In Anderson

Saturday is the fourth annual United Way Human Truck Pull at the Anderson Municipal Airport. It’s free and donations for the United Way will be taken at the door and will be invested locally, say organizers. The opening ceremony starts at 10am and the event features more than 16 teams trying to pull a 33,000 […]

Judge Won’t Remove Yorktown Clerk

Yorktown’s clerk-treasurer will not be removed despite efforts by the state to get her out. The Star Press reports a Delaware County judge made the decision Tuesday. Prosecutors tried to remove Beth Neff citing negligence in handling the town’s finances. A hearing on the matter had been held late last week.

Anderson FD Buying Breathing Equipment

The Anderson Fire Department will be able to buy dozens of new self contained breathing units that can be placed on trucks and used for backup. They have to replace them every ten years by law. Any money left over from a $281,000 grant will be used to rehab the headquarters building.

Daleville Man Charged In Serious Injury Accident

Suspicion of drunk driving charges filed against a Daleville man in the aftermath of an accident that left a motorcyclist seriously hurt. 44 year old Douglas Marshall was struck by an SUV as he rode his bike on Ind. 67 and Delaware County Road 400-S. The driver of the SUV, 40 year old Robert Keesling, […]

Muncie Mall Getting New Tenant

A new tenant for Muncie Mall. The Muncie Journal reports Redemption Alewerks is slated to open up this fall. It’s a 650 square foot brew pub that will be located in the common area outside of Macy’s. Redemption Alewerks was established in 2014 and offers a full menu and is family friendly, say owners.

Accused Cop Killer In Court

A man suspected in the fatal shooting of a police officer in Indianapolis is due in court as prosecutors weigh formal charges in the case. Twenty-eight-year-old Jason Brown is being held without bond on suspicion of murder in Thursday’s killing of Southport police Lt. Aaron Allan. Brown is scheduled to appear in court Tuesday afternoon […]

Muncie Men Head To Trial In October For Torture

October 30th is the trial date for two Muncie men accused torturing a local woman with a nail gun. Police say 35 year old Benitez McCullum and 56 year old Robert Walton, face more than two dozen charges in connection with the incident last August in which the shot staples into the legs, abdomen and […]

Nemyer Named City Controller In Muncie

The Muncie Journal reports the City of Muncie has announced the appointment of Kevin Nemyer to the position of City Controller. Nemyer has a Master’s of Business Administration from Ball State University and has extensive experience in management, supervision and cost control. He has also served on the Delaware County Council as Finance Committee Chair and […]

Wife Of Murdered Police Officer Offers Peace

The wife of an Indianapolis-area police officer who was fatally shot while trying to help people inside an overturned car says her husband was honored to serve in law enforcement. Stacy Allan released a statement Sunday offering thanks for the outpouring of support since Southport police Lt. Aaron Allan was killed Thursday. She says: “There […]

New Look At Old Murder Cases

Many states are taking a new look at juvenile life without parole following a U.S. Supreme Court decision last year. But that ruling appears to have little impact in Indiana. The state allows judges to sentence those over 16 to life without parole for a murder conviction. But Larry Landis, of the Indiana Public Defenders […]