Man Sentenced In Killing Of Inmate

Life without parole for an Indianapolis man for the 2019 murder of an inmate at the Pendleton Correctional Facility. 46 year old Tommy Holland was sentenced in Madison Circuit Court, reports the Herald Bulletin. Hopper found as aggravating circumstances that Holland was already serving two life without parole sentences for murder and the fact that […]

Buck Creek Being Cleaned Up After Petroleum Release

They continue cleaning up a section of Buck Creek in Delaware County after Progress Rail discovered an accidental petroleum release at its Muncie locomotive manufacturing facility along Cowan Road. The Star Press reports a call came in last week of a red fuel-like substance in Buck Creek with no known source. The substance was determined […]

Report: Ex-MSD Official To Plead Guilty

Former Muncie Sanitary District official Tracy Barton has agreed to enter a guilty plea. The Star Press reports the agreement details — among other things — his alleged delivery of a $5,000 bribe from a contractor to then-Muncie Mayor Dennis Tyler in December 2015. The deal calls for the 51 year old Barton to plead […]

Monday, 5/3/2021 Woof Boom Radio Morning news

Muncie gets drive thru shots.   As we told you first, last week, The Indiana State Department of Health will host a drive-through clinic from Tuesday, May 4, through Thursday, May 6, at the Delaware County Fairgrounds from 9 a.m.-6 p.m.  The Muncie paper says Local health officials have been trying to pressure the state for […]

Two Car Crash In Madison County Friday Morning

One person is in critical condition following a two-vehicle crash Friday morning in Madison County. The call came in at about 7am for a crash at the intersection of County Roads 600 North and 500 West. According to the Herald Bulletin, a 17-year-old driving a 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee failed to stop at the intersection […]

14 Year Old Shot In Anderson

A 14-year-old boy has been shot in Anderson. The Herald Bulletin reports it happened at just past 11pm Thursday on the 1200 block of West Ninth Street. Police are calling it an isolated incident and no suspects have been arrested. There is no word on the condition of the teen, who was shot in the […]

Vaccination Rates In Delaware County

As of Thursday, 31,251 individuals in Delaware County — about 33% of the county’s population — are fully vaccinated. Epidemiologists suggest that, to reach “herd immunity,” a population needs about 60% percent or more of its population to be vaccinated or immune through previous infection

J & J Vaccine Back In The Mix At Two Local Clinics

After a 10-day hiatus, two Muncie vaccination clinics are administering the J & J vaccine again. The Star Press reports both IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital and Open Door Health Services have started using the shot again, with Ball Memorial reopening its Johnson & Johnson clinic in the hospital’s Pavilion Community Pharmacy, and Open Door […]

Area Principal Honored

Wes-Del Community Schools announces that Mr. Adam Perdue, Wes-Del Middle/High School principal, has been named the 2021 Indiana Association of School Principals District 6 “High School Principal of the Year.” Wes-Del superintendent, Kyle Mealy says Perdue has worked tirelessly to bring innovative ideas and programming to the middle/high school, and he continues to build upon […]

Friday, 4/30/2021 Woof Boom Radio Morning news

Masks required, even though they are not.   For the conclusion of BSU Spring Homecoming Week, the bedraces are scheduled today, and the scrimmage is tomorrow at 11 a.m.  Those that have free tickets will be required to wear a face covering, despite the new CDC guidelines that said this week they are not required outdoors, […]