Muncie man faces years in prison over fake heroin

The man who sold Muncie police fake heroin for $130 remains in jail. John Swafford, Jr. reportedly told the Sheriff’s department that he ‘sells drugs only when he needs the money” and admitted the heroin was “possibly fake.” He’s charged with a Level 5 felony dealing in a lookalike substance, which could land him in […]

Powerball at its highest ever, $1B+

The Powerball jackpot has surpassed $1B dollars, after the numbers failed to be chosed on Saturday. Two players did win two million dollars, one in Connecticut and one in Texas. 25 players won a measley $1 million dollar prize, including in Ohio. In this Wednesday’s drawing, if a sole winner takes a lump sum payment, […]

Anderson bank robbed last week, still no suspect

We’re following up today on the bank robbery last week in Anderson on Nichols Ave. The PNC bank was robbed by a black man about 5 feet 6 inches tall. According to the report, the lone robber came in about 3 p.m., jumped the counter and grabbed an undisclosed amount of cash. He fled southeast […]

Blowing snow can cause problems during commute

With several inches of snow and ice to deal with, drivers had trouble over the weekend getting around. Some school delays will help keep buses and children out of danger during the busy part of the commute. The Indiana State Police are encouraging drivers to slow down and pay attention because high winds blow that […]

Anderson city leaders to talk new CATS terminal

In Anderson, the new City Council will meet in executive session Tuesday night to get discuss possible sites for a new bus terminal. Newly-elected Mayor Thomas Broderick, Jr. waid he wants to finalize a site for the new CATS bus terminal next month. The federal government will provide $3M for the project, but construction must […]

Fort Wayne man shot by police

A police action shooting in Fort Wayne has left a man injured. Police say that they were investigating a report of a stolen car on Saturday morning when they got a call that led them to a nearby home. As they arrived at the home a man noticed them and began running away. During a […]

Indiana bill to protect referees

An Indiana lawmaker wants a law to protect referees. A Pennsylvania teacher and coach remain on leave after video appeared showing him head-butting a referee over the weekend. Senator Ron Alting is pushing a measure to help protect all refs in the state of Indiana. The bill would make battery on a sports official a […]

Daleville building demolished

The old Stewart’s Furniture Store in Daleville is gone. Demolition over the weekend brought the 124-year-old building down and town officials want to get the site cleared and ready for future development. The corner lot building began as a hotel in 1892, then a dry good store in the early 1900s, and a furniture store […]