Garfield, the local lasagna-loving comic-strip feline, has a new owner. Viacom has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Paws, Inc., the entity that holds all rights to the cartoon cat. Nickelodeon plans to develop a new “Garfield” animated television series. Creator Jim Davis is reportedly pleased with the move.
A Muncie convenience store owner is accused of dumping gasoline into the local sewer system more than two years ago. 57 year old Balwinder Singh, owner of the Philips 66 station at Wheeling and Centennial Avenue, faces a charge of improper operation of underground storage tanks, a felony carrying up to 30 months in prison.
She says she doesn’t know them and has never met them. But that didn’t keep her from stopping her car to confront a man who was beating a woman holding a small child. She told the woman to get in her car while she called 911. Police arrived and took 23-year-old Drake Ball of Anderson […]
Authorities in Randolph County have arrested a Farmland man accused of arson. 67-year-old Charles McQuitty allegedly admitted to starting the fire in the 400 block of Lone Oak Drive. Police say they have reason to believe it was an attempt to collect insurance money to pay off debts.
The Madison County trial of a Michigan man accused of felony drug dealing and identity deception is underway. According to the Herald Bulletin, 40-year-old Robert Shorter, of Westland, Michigan, is charged with dealing in methamphetamine, and other drug counts after he was caught on video during an undercover investigation.
A Muncie man whose girlfriend showed up at a neighbor’s home covered in blood is now charged with battery. 39 year old Jeffery Hopkins was arrested after the victim was found knocking on the door of a home on the 3500 block of West 26th Street. She was reluctant at first but eventually told police […]
So far they’ve found two old outhouses, part of an old foundation and bits and pieces of miscellaneous items. And so the archeological digging will continue at the site of Anderson’s new bus terminal. The federal government is providing a minimum of $6.3 million in grant funds for the project with the city of Anderson […]
Capitol Police are seeking your assistance in identifying at least one and as many as three suspects in an alleged vandalism, which is said to have occurred last Saturday at the Congressional Medal of Honor Memorial, on the downtown canal across from the Indiana State Museum.
The nephew of notorious Indiana gangster John Dillinger filed a new request to exhume his body. According to the Indiana State Department of Health, the new date of exhumation is listed as Dec. 3, 2019 with the remains to be re interred on Dec. 17. The State Department of Health must still approve the application. […]
The Taylor University Art Department will host a national traveling art exhibit, The Beautiful, which will be open to the public from October 18 – December 6, 2019. The exhibit features thirty-three original artworks, which are selected to speak to the theme of Beauty as it is found in a fallen world.