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  • Muncie Man Dies Of Crash Injuries

    A Muncie man who was badly hurt in an early Wednesday traffic accident has died. Delaware County Coroner Scott Hahn says 29-year-old Danny Ray Carter died Friday morning at IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital after being transported for injuries he received in a one-vehicle crash on Old. Ind. 67 near Fuson Road. Carter’s vehicle left […]

  • Site Preparation Underway For New Ivy Tech Campus

    Site work has begun on Anderson’s south side for construction of the new Ivy Tech Community College campus. Crews have started preparing the 38-acre site on 60th Street near Columbus Avenue for construction of the 85,000-square-foot facility. The workers are in the process of constructing a retention pond and leveling the location. The new Anderson […]

  • Big Construction On The Horizon For BSU

    More big changes coming to Ball State: A newly-released master plan is calling for large-scale demolition and reconstruction of the Emens Auditorum parking garage; the LaFollette Complex – the largest residence hall on campus; Anthony and Scheidler apartments; and possibly the Cooper Science Complex and Carmichael Hall. Consultants from Ann Arbor-based SmithGroupJJR released a draft […]

  • Muncie Man Nabbed While Entering Hotel With Juvenile

    A Muncie man has been arrested as he and his juvenile victim were about to enter a hotel room in Anderson. Indiana State Police say they were investigating 43-year-old John McClafferty for an earlier incident and then received a call from the mother of the victim to say that her son had left school and […]

  • Railroad To Close Muncie Crossings For Repairs

    The Muncie board of Works has approved a request from Norfolk Southern Railway to close up to eight railroad crossings soon and at just about the same time. Officials approved the request and acknowledged the need for track repairs, but want to make sure ensure traffic, especially emergency vehicles, can get through. Perhaps the biggest […]

  • Suspected Muncie Convenience Store Robber Apprehended

    They say he committed three robberies at two Muncie convenience stores within 24 hours. 40-year-old Chad Edward Duke, of Rushville, was tracked to a Greenfield motel when he was arrested and charged with three counts of robbery. Duke is being lodged in the Delaware County Jail under a 40-thousand dollar bond. Police say Duke has […]

  • Daniels Named To 2016 President Debate Commission

    Purdue University President Mitch Daniels will play a part in the 2016 Presidential Debates. Daniels has been chosen to be on the board of directors of the Commission on Presidential Debates. Other members include former ABC News Anchor Charles Gibson, former CIA Director Leon Panetta, and former Senator Olympia Snowe.

  • INDY PD Still Reeling After Death Of Two Of Its Own

    Funeral services will take place this week for two Indianapolis police officers at the center of a murder-suicide investigation. Authorities say Officer Kimberlee Carmack was shot and killed by her ex-husband, Sergeant Ryan Anders, who then turned the gun on himself. Visitation for Carmack will be held Tuesday. Her funeral will be held Wednesday. Anders‘ […]

  • Public Meetings Scheduled For D’ville Sidewalk Project

    It’s meant to make kids safer while walking to and from school. A new sidewalk project is planned for the neighborhood along Daleville Road and residents can learn more at one of two upcoming meetings on the subject. This Thursday at 7pm and again on April 28th, you can see current plans for the project […]

  • Anderson’s Independence Parade Returns

    Mayor Kevin Smith and the City of Anderson have announced that Anderson’s Independence Parade will take place Thursday July 3rd, with events starting at 4:30pm with the dedication of Dickmann Town Center Plaza – formerly the Anderson Town Center. Then it’s the parade to be followed by a fireworks show from the rooftop of City […]

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