• Investigation Continues Into Alleged Misuse Of Funds

    Elwood Mayor Ron Arnold is currently under investigation for alleged misuse of campaign funds to pay for personal expenses. Madison County Prosecutor Rodney Cummings says there‘s an allegation about gasoline use in the campaign account for personal vehicles. There‘s also allegations by his treasurer to pay for personal trips for his children‘s sporting events and […]

  • BSU Planetarium To Close Saturday

    About 1,800 Ball State University students take introductory astronomy courses each year, which is higher than the number taking such classes at IU, Purdue and Notre Dame combined. Ball State professor Ronald Kaitchuck says the planetarium has a lot to do with it. The planetarium will cease operations after Saturday. It will be replaced in […]

  • Indy Says NO To 2016 DNC/RNC Conventions

    The City of Indianapolis will not be hosting the Democratic or Republican National Conventions in 2016. Marc Lotter, spokesman for Mayor Greg Ballard says the city won‘t be submitting bids for either convention. Lotter says the city is already committed to hosting the NCAA Men‘s Final Four and NCAA Women‘s Olympics Trials among other events.

  • Parents Upset That Gun-Toting Woman Continues To Coach

    The Anderson woman who pulled a gun while meeting with a school principal is catching heat again – this time from the parents of the kids she coaches in the Brooklyn Little League. Some parents taking sides on the issue after the board decided to allow Bonnie Trahan to continue coaching the children. Some support […]

  • Man Arrested After Climbing Monument

    Officials are inspecting the Indiana State Soldiers and Sailors Monument in downtown Indianapolis for damage after a man was caught climbing the statue. 26-year-old Osmer Meza was arrested after he scaled the monument and refused to come down. Meza only returned to the ground after an officer started climbing up after him.

  • MadCo GOP Endorses Candidates In Primary

    For the first time in nearly four decades the Madison County Republican Party has endorsed candidates in the May 6 primary. The Herald Bulletin reports the slating of candidates in a number of local races is a result of the ongoing dispute between the party chairman, and a former county council member who has been […]

  • NASA Space Station Program At Pruis Hall

    Ball State University will host a presentation Friday from NASA about the International Space Station from 3 to 5 p.m. in Pruis Hall. NASA’s Driven to Explore exhibit will be outside of Pruis from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Both the presentation and exhibit are free and open to the public.

  • Youth Forum In Muncie Friday

    An Indiana Youth Institute forum will take place from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Friday at the Cornerstone Center for the Arts. The forum will take an in-depth look at Delaware County’s trends in child well-being and how to find resources to help local children. As part of IYI’s Youth Worker Café program, the forum is free […]

  • Commish OKs Rezoning Of Former Elks Site

    After no objections from surrounding property owners, the former Elks Lodge at 1803 Broadway has been rezoned for a planned banquet hall and catering service. The Anderson Plan Commission has voted unanimously to rezone the building from residential to industrial use. Dave Wilbur, senior zoning administrator, says the residential zoning permitted the Elks, a fraternal […]

  • IU Health/Meridian Services Announce Partnership

    A new partnership has been announced between two organizations that are committed to children receiving the most efficient, effective medical care possible. IU Health Ball Memorial Physicians, located at 205 North Tillotson Avenue in Muncie will begin collaborating with Meridian Health Services later this summer and will be renamed Meridian Health Pediatrics. The partnership with […]