Indiana didn’t make many changes after last year’s conflict of interest scandals, and it shows in the state’s grade on the new integrity report card. The Center for Public Integrity gives Indiana a D-. The state gets failing grades for public access to information as well as legislative and judicial accountability.
Police in Delaware County spent three days looking for drugs and possibly signs of a murder. WTHR TV reports court documents show police were looking for evidence of what they call an international drug ring. Investigators spent the weekend looking at a rural piece of land, and then said their search was over. Officers are […]
Police say a medical emergency may have been the cause of the crash that left a Muncie man dead on Sunday. That accident started with a hit and run on Memorial at Liberty Street. That took off hitting two pickups at Memorial and Madison Street. 64 Everett Paine was in one of those trucks and […]
22 YO James T. Cole was scheduled to stand trial Oct. 26 on allegations he shot at Yorktown police after robbing a bank. But he’s MIA. Cole was charged with attempted murder, armed robbery, attempted car jacking and a host of other charges, after robbing the First Merchants Bank on Nov. 6, 2012.
The numbers are becoming a bit more clear from last week’s parole sweep. Officers say eleven people went to jail when routine parole checks found violations. The Indiana Department of Corrections led the sweep. Prison officials say the parole violations range from drug possession to stolen property.
Police in and around Muncie say they’re search is over. And, court documents are revealing that investigators were looking for a body and drugs. For 3 days Teams of officers combed the woods in the 18000 block of North Wheeling Avenue, a drug empire operated by James “Buddy” Reynolds, who died in 2012. Investigators are […]
Federal and state authorities are helping local authorities investigate that house explosion in Muncie Thursday night. The blast leveled a house and rocked the neighborhood. Investigators now say they believe someone stole the home’s furnace leaving the gas line uncapped.
The City of Anderson held its first sponsored job fair this week at City Hall,and it was a huge success. There were about 55 employers on hand for the Hire Anderson Job Fair,and job seekers crowded the building and a tent set up on the front lawn. People lined up for the job fair as […]
After a year of work by the Marion Community School Board, a recommendation was presented last night that would close the Tucker Career and Technology Center. Superintendent Brad Lindsay also worked on the recommendation. He told the board that the proposal takes into consideration the concerns of the community.
It’s about to get cold, and your outdoor plants and flowers are not going to be happy about it. The National Weather Service has issued a freeze warning for the weekend for portions of our area between 3 am and 10 am on Saturday. It’s likely to get down into the upper 20’s. So, if […]