The Delaware County Sheriff’s Office is holding their first Sheriff’s Kids Camp for kids from 12 to 15 years old. Applications must be turned in to the Sheriff’s Department on West Washington Street and can be found on the departments website. DelawareCountySheriff.org. The four day camp will be based at the Muncie Fieldhouse and starts […]
We’re getting more information about the FBI investigation in Muncie. The Star Press is reporting today that the probe centers around a lawsuit filed by Shroyer Brothers, a demolition company that’s alleging the City Building Commissioner and other officials prevented them from winning local demolition contracts. Nichols owns companies that do demolition work and has […]
Congressman Luke Messer from Shelbyville has introduced legislation that would block the Obama administration’s guidelines for schools concerning transgender students. His bill would prevent schools from losing federal funding if they don’t follow the law.
The spokeswoman fro the Madison County Health Department is leaving to work at Harrison College. Kellie J. Kelley will become dean of academic affairs, leading the staff and development of the faculty. She’s been with the Health Department for over 20 years.
Police say a fight with a baseball bat over a stolen iPad ended in charges of aggravated battery and criminal recklessness with a deadly weapon. Robbie Hyatt is charged after his arrest on Tuesday. He’s in Delaware County Jail with a $10,000 bond. According to the Star Press, he has two previous convictions for criminal […]
A Muncie mom charged with buying heroin while her six-year-old son was with her admitted yesterday to the deal outside of a pizza restaurant. 28-year-old Jennifer Ailes pleaded guilty to dealing in a narcotic drug. She was arrested after making the purchase with an undercover sheriff’s deputy in her group. Sentencing is June 15th.
Just as schools are winding down their academic year, there’s good news from the Delaware County Health Department. All Muncie Community Schools’ cafeterias passed their reviews after a national company took over. While inspectors didn’t find notable improvements in the operation, which means the schools did a good job before, the students did say the […]
A Muncie Mall shoe store manager is charged with filing a false police report about being robbed of the store’s $903 deposit. 27-year-old Matthew Lunsford allegedly confessed to setting up a fake robbery and splitting the money with him. He also is accused of stealing about a $5000 ring from his mother’s home and pawning […]
If you love the Indy 500, Ball State has opened a photo archive of the race featuring images from the 1950s through the 1970s at Bracken Library. The photos by Roger Pelham and Ralph Satterlee, two official race photographers, are part of the celebration of the 100th running of the race on May 29th. The […]
It’s taken nearly two years, but the Madison County Prosecutor’s office has decided not to file criminal charges in the death of a seven week old Anderson baby. The child, Aria Layman, died under what was called unusual circumstances after the coroner suspected sexual trauma. The prosecutor says the investigation showed what appeared to be […]