Monday, 4/19/2021 Woof Boom Radio Morning news

Unreal events, very real.   Saturday night, Phillip Lane Hurley Jr. was believed to be messing around with an abandoned truck on I69 near the 206 mile marker.  When an ISP trooper got there, he ran away, was shot with a Taser, and still resisted arrest.   The suspect then stole a second officer’s police car, more […]

Vandals strike Muncie Shelter vehicle

Post today from Muncie Animal Care and Services: “We are deeply saddened to report that our Animal Control truck was vandalized last night near campus. The majority of our supplies and equipment were damaged, including dog and cat food that was thrown on the truck and ground. These supplies allow us to safely capture injured […]

Paper Shredding Next Week At East Central Recycling

Muncie Sanitary District reports you can drop off your files of paper at East Central Recycling during the week of April 19th- April 23rd, 2021 during the hours of 8a-1p. The limit is 50 boxes per resident and this service is for residents only. Simply pull up to the ECR Scale Office and let them […]

Latest On Indiana Fedex Shooting

Police are looking for a motive in the mass shooting at a Fedex facility in Indianapolis and have identified the shooter as a man in his 20’s. Eight people were killed and police say the gunman took his own life before officers arrived. Several others are hospitalized. Witnesses say the suspect arrived in the parking […]

Man Arrested After Report Of Gunfire

Police say a report of gunfire at a southside Muncie home on Thursday led to a local man’s arrest on drug-dealing charges. The Star Press reports 22 year old Nicholus Woolums was arrested at a home on the 2100 block of South Pershing Drive. Police say several Ball jars were found filled with a large […]

Friday, 4/16/2020 Woof Boom Radio Morning news

Congressman Greg Pence (R-IN) joined his colleagues in signing a discharge petition filed by Congresswoman Kat Cammack (R-FL) to advance H.R. 619 – the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act, which would seek to save lives of newborn infants following a failed abortion or procedure. The legislation would also put measures in place to require health […]

Muncie Seeks Public Feedback On Traffic Issues

There’s a public forum happening next Tuesday, April 20th to get input on traffic issues in Muncie. Muncie City Council’s Land and Traffic Committee is looking for feedback that it can pass along to city council and the city engineer. The Star Press reports the meeting will happen at 7pm that night at Cornerstone Center […]

Police Say Man Sold Drugs To Informant

Police say a Muncie man sold heroin to an informant with the Muncie-Delaware County Drug Task Force…twice. 29 year old Darius James Walker is charged with dealing in a narcotic drug. He allegedly sold a total of 1.6 grams of the drug, for $200, to an informant on Feb. 2 and March 11, at his […]

Girl Scouts Hosting Open House

Girl Scouts of Central Indiana will celebrate the grand opening of their new community-centric service model in Muncie during an open house 9-11 a.m. Saturday, April 17, at Madjax Makerforce coworking space, 515 E. Main St. The Star Press reports local families are invited to attend the open house to learn more about Girl Scouts.

MCS Renews Lease With BSU For Northside Middle School

The Muncie Community Schools Board of Trustees Wednesday night approved the renewal of the district’s lease with Ball State University (BSU) for Northside Middle School. The Muncie Journal reports the new deal extends the agreement through June 30, 2024, and reinforces the two institutions’ commitment of “placing learners first.” MCS pays BSU $1/year to lease […]