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 […]
A shooting suspect has been identified in the shooting of a 17-year-old girl in Anderson on Sunday. The suspect is Khanisus McCarter, a 20 year old known as KJ. He’s wanted on felony attempted murder charges after the girl was shot in the chest on Dewey Street. She’s being treated at St. Vincent’s in Indy. […]
More money is coming for Indiana roads, teacher scholarships and economic development through a new deal made by GOP lawmakers and Governor Mike Pence. The plan calls for the state to dip into it’s $2 billion dollar reserve and earmarks $1 million dollars to maintain state and local bridges and highways.
A Muncie man was sentenced today for conspiring to have someone killed while he was incarcerated in the Delaware County jail. Brian Blevins was found guilty of recruiting a fellow inmate to be bonded out of jail by Blevins dad to kill Blevins’ alleged victim in another case. That inmate notified police. In his original […]
A TV reality show has begun filming episodes in Muncie. The music competition show called The Song began last night in Downtown Muncie at Muncie’s 21 and The Valhalla Room, pitting 15 competitors from across the country and even Canada against each other to find the best singer songwriter. Five finalists will be chosen and […]
Anderson High School has improved graduation rates, and after eight years is no longer seen as a priority school by the Indiana Dept. of Education. The school has had a lot of administrative turnover but still has managed to do improve outcomes. Eric Davis was named new principal, beginning July 1.
Police are saying today an Anderson man who was hit and killed by a train yesterday had a hoodie pulled over his head, walking towards the train while the horn was blowing and didn’t try to get off the tracks. 43-year-old Preston Williams died about 10:30 a.m. near Ohio Avenue. The coroner is says right […]