2024 Trial Date Set In Officer Shooting Death Case

The trial of Carl Roy Webb Boards II in the shooting death of Elwood Police Officer Noah Shahnavaz will likely take place in 2024. The Herald Bulletin reports the 42 year old Boards of Anderson, had a hearing Friday in which the judge proposed the trial to start in August next year with proceedings expected […]

Trial Delayed For Two Men Charged In Drug Ring

A trial for three Muncie residents charged in an interstate drug ring — which had been scheduled to begin Monday — has been postponed. According to the Star Press, now the trial of Jamarr Hill, Terry Hill and Lance McGee will be held June 27. The pair are charged, along with Sarah Barnes in a […]

Spartz “Will Not Run for Office in 2024.”

February 3, 2023 Noblesville, IN – Today, Rep. Victoria Spartz (IN-05) issued a statement below on her potential run for office in 2024. Congresswoman Victoria Spartz said, “It’s been my honor representing Hoosiers in the Indiana State Senate and U.S. Congress and I appreciate the strong support on the ground. 2024 will mark seven years […]

Indiana’s Getting Less Healthy

We are getting less healthy  – Indiana state health commissioner Dr. Kris Box A bill being discussed in a committee would provide additional state funding to county health departments that opt into a new program to help with that.   Among other things, the bill is also intended to stomp out political influence within health departments.  […]

Search On For New Head For Paramount Theatre In Anderson

Randy Hammel, executive director for the Paramount Theatre in Anderson, officially retired this week after more than eight years of service, according to a news release. Sometime in October, Hammel informed the board of his plan to retire at the end of January. The board will begin searching for a new executive director next week.

Muncie Marine Faces Misdemeanors In Capitol Uprising

A Marine from Muncie has been ordered to remain in California as he awaits court proceedings stemming from the riot — on Jan. 6, 2021 — at the U.S. Capitol. According to the Star Press, 22 year old Micah Coomer was one of three active-duty Marines charged Jan. 17 with participating in the uprising at […]

BSU Ranked In US News & World Report Online Programs List

Newest rankings released today by U.S. News & World Report showcase Ball State University’s national standing as a top provider of affordable online degree programs in high-demand fields. MuncieJournal.com reports Ball State earned 12 top-25 rankings in U.S. News’ 2023 “Best Online Programs” list, an annual assessment of nearly 2,000 online bachelor’s and master’s degree […]

Prime Trust Federal Union Names Pierce President And CEO

PrimeTrust Federal Union, serving Delaware County, Indiana, is proud to announce Tim Pierce as its new president and chief executive officer. Pierce’s career includes Indirect Lending Manager at TCU, Vice President of Operations and Lending at Ball State Credit Union, and most recently Assistant Vice President of Compliance and Education at the Indiana Credit Union […]

Indiana’s Hands Free Law: It Seems Simple!

It seems to be one of the most broken laws in our state – it’s called Hands Free That’s Sgt. Scott Keegan, PIO from the Indiana State Police from yesterday’s Delaware County Today Radio show.  Hear the entire segment on WMUNmuncie.com. One opponent, two matches for Ball State – tonight, coach Donan Cruz Same team […]