Democratic Representative Sue Errington of Muncie lent her support to Muncie photographer Heather Steed during a Statehouse celebration Of 2019 Hoosier Women Artists. Steed’s photo “Caught by Nature” was on display to celebrate the importance of the arts in Indiana’s communities and showcase the work of talented female artists throughout Indiana.
There could soon be more scooters on the streets of Indianapolis. City leaders just approved the business license for a third company called Spin. They’ll join competitors Bird and Lime, who came to Indy last year, bringing the total number of scooters on the streets up to 600.
Beverly Fulkerson never thought she would win. But the former preschool teacher from Osgood, Indiana in Ripley County is now the owner of a fully furnished home in Whitefish, Montana. She is the winner of the 2019 HGTV Dream Home Giveaway, beating out 135 million other entries.
Spring Break at the Muncie Children’s Museum promises two magical weeks of wizarding fun. Concoct crazy potions, compete in the Triwizard Tournament and create your own wizard wand. Spring Break at the Muncie Children’s Museum runs March 23 through April 4.
Today in New Zealand, exactly a week after a gunman began shooting in the first of two mosque attacks, two minutes of silence was observed for the 50 people killed. The government of New Zealand announced a ban on “military-style” semi-automatic firearms and high-capacity magazines Thursday, less than a week after the attacks.
President Trump holds meetings today with the leaders of The Bahamas, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica, and St. Lucia at Mar-a-Lago.
Brexit delayed. The European Council has agreed to a push back Britain’s divorce from the European Union from March 29th until May 22nd, on the condition Parliament approves the Brexit deal next week.
Two people were killed in a crash early Thursday when their car struck a tree in Daleville. Police say 22 year old China Shouse of Muncie and 28 year old Jerome Thompson of Anderson, were pronounced dead at the scene on the 13500 block of West Ind. 32. Two children in the car, a one year old boy and infant girl, survived the crash. Speed and slick road conditions are said to be factors in the wreck.
A BSU grad developed the design you’ll see on the basketball court playing home to the 2019 men’s basketball Final Four in Minneapolis. Conor O’Malia graduated in 2013 and now works at Indy-based Section 127, a creative and marketing agency. He spent the last 8 to 10 months developing the design for the court and also did work on the 2018 women’s Final Four court design.
A double fatality on SR 32 at Daleville near I-69 early this morning: A man and a woman are confirmed deceased. There were also two children in the car. They were both taken to Ball Memorial Hospital and are believed to be okay. It’s believed that speed and road conditions contributed to the crash.
A Muncie man is dead after a Tuesday morning crash at the intersection of Cowan and Fuson Roads. Indiana State Police say 21-year-old Gary Lowe disregarded a red light causing his pickup to be struck by a straight truck. The other driver was not injured. The intersection was closed to traffic during the investigation.
An 82-year-old woman says she was pumping gas when a man walked up behind her, took her keys and then drove off in her car. Police say it happened at the Marathon station at the intersection of 19th and Jackson streets in Anderson. 37-year-old Jason Fruggiero was later captured and charged after police spotted him driving the hijacked vehicle.