Anderson High School was placed on a soft lockdown after a student fight Thursday morning. It requires students to stay in their classrooms and was put in place at 11am. District officials say there is no ongoing danger, and no one from outside the school was involved. Parents will be updated regarding the incident.
A Muncie man accused of striking another man in the head with a glass mug as part of a brutal bar attack has been found guilty. 38 year old Eddie Vance lll was convicted of battery resulting in serious bodily injury in connection with the incident at Gene’s Restaurant and Lounge at 2801 S. Walnut […]
Friday night, a compilation of ballet works, modern dance, and movement in response to music will take place in the University Theatre at 7:30 p.m. December 6 as “Masters and Visionaries”debuts. 23 performers will blend dance and music through choreography by historical figures and current dance visionaries. Additional performances will be December 7 at 2:30 […]
Anderson police are still looking some someon who was shot early Monday. They were called to East 23rd and Noble streets and saw four masked men running from the scene. They also found a pick up truck with some bullet holes and blood in it. So far, no victim has surfaced at hospitals or anywhere […]
A Muncie man who allowed 36 year old Raymond Gonzales to stay at his home, became a victim of Gonzales, say police. The resident told Gonzales he could no longer stay in his home on East Memorial Drive and when Gonzales came to pick up some things on Saturday, he’s accused of striking the man […]
The annual Fisher-Shafer Holiday Pops Concert happens this Saturday, December 7 at 4 p.m.in Emens Auditorium. The Fisher-Shafer Holiday Pops Concert will feature holiday musical classics performed by the Muncie Symphony Orchestra and the Youth Symphony Orchestra of East Central Indiana and Ball State University Singers will be special guests. Actors from Muncie Civic Theatre […]
A Muncie man convicted of sexually assaulted two pre-teen boys has had his conviction upheld. 56 year old Vince Bryan was found guilty in February and was sentenced to 40 years in prison followed by 30 more on probation. The Indiana Court of Appeals shot down his appeal in a 3-0 ruling this week.
Muncie Mayor Dennis Tyler has retained Indianapolis attorney James H. Voyles Jr. for legal representation in his case. Voyles has represented many big name clients and will defend Tyler against accusations that he accepted a $5,000 bribe in exchange for “steering lucrative excavation work to a local contractor. Currently, the trial is slated to begin […]
First Merchants Bank has donated its vacant building and land at 107 E. Harris St. in Eaton to Delaware Community Schools, a donation worth about $45,000. In December 2018, First Merchants Bank announced that its branches in Eaton and Albany would close, effective April 2019. Both buildings went up for sale, but the Eaton building […]
Dozens of kids and their families received Christmas presents at the YMCA’s Mitchell Early Childhood and Family Center yesterday, courtesy of the Indiana Pacers, and Jakks toy store. Indiana Pacers Pacemates, Shania and Kayla, Pacers legend Darnell Hillman, and mascots Freddy Fever and Boomer showed up to visit with the children as well as a […]