Indiana missed big jackpot but still has Powerball winners

Three Powerball winners will share the record-setting $1.6 billion jackpot, with the winners in California, Tennessee and Florida. Each will decide whether to take a lump sum payment or collect annual payments for 30 years. Another 73 players won a one million dollar jackpot – including Indiana where one was sold in Terre Haute. Another […]

Dunkirk fire injures child, displaces at least 5 people

A house fire in Dunkirk injured one child overnight, suffering a non-life-threatening injury while escaping from a second-story window. The fire was reported about 3:30 a.m. in the 300 block of E. Center Street. Three other children and one adult were also in the home at the time. The child was taken to Muncie’s IU […]

Yorktown teen remains critical, in Indy hospital

An update on the Yorktown teen driver injured Monday when her car crashed and caught fire. Allayah Corbin remains in critical condition in Indianapolis at Methodist Hospital. She suffered hip, leg and foot injuries in the crash at 4 a.m. on Delaware County Road 600-W. She was pulled from the burning car by a passing […]

Powerball hit by 3, another 73 win $1M

Three Powerball winners will share the record-setting $1.6 billion jackpot, with the winners in California, Tennessee and Florida. Each will decide whether to take a lump sum payment or collect annual payments for 30 years. Another 73 players won a one million dollar jackpot – including in Ohio where three players picked the right numbers. […]

Powerball office pools: Keep track!

The big winners in Powerball ticket sales are the stores that sell them. At last check, the jackpot stays at $1.5 billion dollars. More and more office pools are popping up. That means its more important than ever to be clear who’s in the pool in case your ticket wins. We found an app that […]

Ball State street speed limits to go down

Speed limits are being lowered on some streets that pass through Ball State’s campus. Strees like McKinley Avenue, whose speed limit was 30, will go down to 20 miles per hour. City officials say with the number of pedestrians and auto traffic, the reduction is needed. The changes are planned for 8 strees, including McKinley, […]

MCS superintendent takes heat for not delaying Wednesday classes

Muncie Community Schools is getting heat from parents who wanted schools to be delayed Wednesday morning because of the weather. The Superintendent explained why he didn’t delay like other area schools. He said outlying schools were delayed because of road conditions, not temperature. And because the temperature wouldn’t be warmer with a delay, he decided […]