Ingalls Council Member Cleared Of Nepotism

An Ingalls Town Council member is no longer under suspicion of violating Indiana’s nepotism law. The council called a special meeting Monday in part to discuss a complaint against council member Cheryl Martin, who is married to chief Rick Martin. The discussion was cut short when chief Martin told his fellow council members that he […]

Ball State Rushes To Complete Construction Projects

With a new semester less than two weeks away, Ball State University is surrounded by construction projects of its own as well as from outside companies. Crews working for the university have demolished the former Hiatt Printing structure it purchased last May. It will be replaced by a hotel and education center named McKinley Commons. […]

Joe Hogsett May Make A Run For Mayor Of Indy

Former U.S. Attorney Joe Hogsett says he plans to file the necessary paperwork to form an exploratory committee for a possible run as mayor of Indianapolis. Now that he’s left the U.S. Attorney’s office and has begun work at a law firm, Hogsett says he hopes to talk with a wide variety of people over […]

Sheriff Scroggins Discloses Plan To Save Money

Sheriff Mike Scroggins has a new plan to save Delaware County some of the money it currently spends to house inmates in jails in other counties. Scroggins told the county commissioners on Monday about his plan to move even as few as a single inmate to the state Department of Correction to open up needed […]

Four People Sent To Hospital After Crash On U.S. 35

Four people were hospitalized following a head-on collision between a pick-up truck and a semi-truck – two, with serious injuries. The accident occurred yesterday on U.S. 35 near the intersection with Delaware County Road 500 East closing down U.S. 35 in both directions. One of the vehicles pulled onto U.S. 35 from 500 East causing […]

Indy To Use Electric Cars In New Car-Sharing Program

Utility regulators will take public comments next Wednesday on Indianapolis Power and Light‘s proposed rate hike to pay for a new car-sharing program. Indianapolis plans to roll out the “Blue Indy” car-share later this year — people could rent an electric car off the street and use it for short trips. I-P-L is seeking a […]

Ivy Tech Has New Campus, New President

Ivy Tech Community College has selected Dan Clark as Hamilton County Campus President. Clark was most recently the Executive Director of Indiana Education Roundtable. The new Hamilton County Campus in Noblesville is the College’s 32nd campus in Indiana. Classes begin there on August 25. Ivy Tech Community College is the state’s largest public postsecondary institution.

One Dead Following A Sunday Crash in Miami County

A passenger injured in a Sunday afternoon crash in Miami County has died. 22-year old Terra Hildebrand of Logansport died yesterday morning at Lutheran Hospital in Ft. Wayne. She was a passenger in 17-year old Floyd Smith‘s car that crashed on U.S. 31. Smith was also taken to Lutheran and is being treated for injuries. […]

Woman Tries to Fill Dead Man’s Prescription

A Hartford City woman accused of trying to fill her husband’s prescription a few hours after he died of an overdose is set for a December trial. Thirty-year-old Kasey L. Kilty allegedly went with a neighbor to a Muncie pharmacy trying to fill his prescription for Oxycodone after he had died in their home. The […]