A 25 year old Dunkirk man, who’s a registered sex offender, is accused of beating a five year old boy and locking the child in a closet. Anthony Orr was watching the child for someone else at a home on the 800 block of North Hickory Street, say police, when the abuse occurred. He’s charged […]
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We Banjo 3 will be making a stop on their Earth & Sky tour at Pruis Hall on March 22, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are available to We Banjo 3 at the Emens box office or online at www.ticketmaster.com. Call 765-285-1539 or visit www.bsu.edu/emens for more information.
Indiana’s high school sophomores likely will take the ISTEP standardized exam for two more years even as it’s being replaced for younger students. State officials are preparing a new test starting in spring 2019 for elementary and middle-school students named ILEARN. A bill approved by the General Assembly delays until spring 2022 a switch to […]
The Woofboom group of radio stations will participate in a statewide tornado drill as a part of Severe Weather Preparedness Week. The National Weather Service test of the statewide Emergency Alert System will take place 10:15 this morning. The tornado drill will help to ensure that the statewide Indiana EAS network is operating properly and […]
After last weekâs legislature failed to act on the bill that would have given Ball State control of Muncie Community Schools, Governor Eric Holcomb is calling for a special session to complete unfinished business. The special session will take place in May, and lawmakers will discuss giving a 12-million dollar state loan to financially distressed […]
Flu-related visits and admission are trending down and flu-related visitor restrictions have been lifted at Ball, Blackford, Jay and most IU Health locations. However, because babies, especially those who are ill or premature, are at higher risk of serious complications if they get the flu, visitors to NICU visitors will remain limited until further notice.
A Muncie man has been sentenced to 40 years in prison for shooting his landlord. 45-year old Rodney Gwynn Patterson, who has a history of bizarre and violent behavior, allegedly shot his landlord because he believed he was being harassed.Â Witnesses say the shooting was unprovoked.
Anderson Police have completedÂ âactive threat training’Â at the old North Side Middle School. The course included actual scenarios for the participants to navigate. Previous exercises were referred to as active shooting training, but they now are referred to as active threat training because the weapons used can be anything from knives to crowbars to […]
A Muncie man could face a nine-year prison term after being accused of raping a Ball State student. The female student told authorities she went to 19-year old Ianne Sierraâs apartment after having a disagreement with her roommate. While at the apartment, Sierra allegedly attacked her despite her repeatedly telling him no.
The Anderson Community Development Corp. has offered to sell 10 properties. The organization is tasked with returning properties demolished through the Blight elimination Program. The group has acquired 54 properties and expects to receive three more this week. The ACDC is awaiting the demolition of 14 properties and seven additional properties are awaiting funding approval […]