Man Receives Stiff Term In Woman’s Death

A 25 year term behind bars for a man who pleaded guilty in March to killing a woman and dumping her remains in a suitcase into a Henry County pond. 39 year old Anthony Dailey had claimed the April 2015 death of 22 year old Kristen Sidwell had happened accidentally during a sexual encounter. Her […]

Man Draws Stiff Term In Death Of Woman

A 25 year term behind bars for a man who pleaded guilty in March to killing a woman and dumping her remains in a suitcase into a Henry County pond. 39 year old Anthony Dailey had calimed the April 2015 death of 22 year old Kristen Sidwell had happened accidentally during a sexual encounter. Her […]

Skatepark Meeting Happening Friday

Kids love to skateboard and with winter in the rear view, they’re going strong. on Friday, the Muncie Skatepark Initiative will hold a public meeting from 6-8 p.m. at Ball State University’s College of Architecture and Design. The discussion will center on the design of the proposed skatepark, its function, and its impact on the […]

Hospital Police Officer Killed In Crash

A motorcycle accident Tuesday killed an IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital Police Department officer. Authorities say 26 year old Kurtis Gwaltney of Anderson, was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash which happened along Strawtown Avenue. He was on the bike, headed east when his motorcycle left the road and went several hundred feet […]

Woman Charged In Alleged Shoplifting Incident

A Muncie woman who police say tried to steal items from Macy’s at the Muncie Mall, is charged with putting her stepdaughter at risk by doing so. 28 year old Hailey Ann Antrim was cuffed after police say she went into a fitting room and put perfume, a pair of pants and a shirt in […]

Celebs At City Hall

Some excitment in Muncie Tuesday as Ozzy Osbourne and son Jack turned up in Town. Back in 2007, Jack was in a reality TV series that brought celebrities to Muncie to team up with city police. Late Tuesday morning, the pair showed up at City Hall, took some photos with fans and spent time with […]

Police Remind Outdoor Spring Cleaning May Hold Hidden Hazards

Spring time and warm temperatures bring out folks hiking, biking and mushroom hunting along rural roads, and each spring, the Indiana State Police Meth Suppression Section likes to remind the public to watch for unattended backpacks and gym bags that may contain toxic meth trash. They say last week during a cleaning up session along […]

House OK’s Making Schools Chief Appointed Post

The Indiana House has given final approval to a measure making the state schools chief an appointed position rather than an elected one. The bill gives the governor’s office authority to appoint the head of the Department of Education beginning in 2025. The House voted 66-31 Tuesday to approve Senate changes and send it to […]

Early Morning Shooting Investigated In Muncie

The morning quiet was broken by gunfire this morning. Police are probing an early Monday shooting report in the city’s Industry neighborhood. Investigators report a man driving near Hackley and First says at least three shots were fired at the back of his car. One of those shots hit the driver in the knee. No […]

Bowling For Those With Alzheimers And Dementia

Some students at Ball State are helping people with Alzheimers and dementia. On Saturday, at 1pm, they’re holding a Rolling For The Residents bowling fundraiser as part of the music and memory program. The goal is to provide individualized iPod playlists for people suffering from those illnesses. Registration for bowling starts at 12:30pm and is […]