An Ice Storm Warning and a Winter Weather Advisory are in effect this morning. Freezing rain and ice accumulations are making for a messy commute as Delaware County is under a travel watch; meaning that routine travel this morning will be anything but normal. The ice storm warning is in effect until noon, while the […]
The 13-year-old boy who admitted to shooting his teacher and his classmate at Noblesville West Middle School has been ordered by the judge to serve time in a juvenile detention center until heâs 18 years old. He has been remanded to the custody of the Indiana Department of Corrections during his disposition hearing on Wednesday […]
A former Pendleton Correctional Facility officer has appeared for her initial hearing. 44-year-old Janet Lynn Miller pleaded not guilty to charges of trafficking with an inmate, official misconduct and sexual misconduct. Miller was terminated October 18th after the relationship came to light.
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The head of the Muncie animal shelter is out of a job after a recent run-in with the law. Phil Peckinpaugh was arrested last month for invasion of privacy concerning a woman from Yorktown. He was cuffed on a similar charge in May. The county prosecutor is considering Peckinpaughâs case.
After an extended search, heâs finally in police custody. 29-year-old Dustin Brock Smith is being held in the Delaware County jail and charged with resisting law enforcement, reckless driving and driving while suspended. Smith is the Muncie man who led police on a high speed chase and then a manhunt after he ditched his car […]
For the eighth time in four years, Muncie Community Schools has a new CFO. Bradley T. DeRome has been approved for the hire by the school board. He has been business manager and treasurer of Jay School Corporation in Portland, which has an enrollment of more than 3,000 since 2000.
Thanks to the Madison County Council, $235,000 in emergency requests is heading to Alexandria and Chesterfield. The funds from the countyâs food and beverage tax will help the town of Chesterfield for the installation of a new boiler and rewiring of the Millcreek Civic Center; while Alexandria will receive funds to pay for the emergency […]
They’ve come to an agreement. Anderson Community Schools have approved a contract with the Anderson Federation of Teachers. Teachers already earning above average salaries will receive a 1Â½ percent pay increase, while those who earn less than the average will receive a 2 percent increase.
The State of Indiana is suing Purdue Pharma, a major manufacturer of opioids. The company is accused of encouraging over-prescribing and using misleading tactics in order to get doctors to prescribe its drugs. The State claims Purdue Pharma violated state law by underselling the risks of addiction and overstating the benefits of opioids for chronic […]
In its fourth year, Old National Bankâs 100 Men Who Cook event raised a mountain of money for the Community Champions Fund. $90,000 will head to the fund to help support not-for-profits, civic, business, and government groups aimed to making the community a safer place to live, work and play.