Ball Brothers Foundation (BBF) is pleased to announce that Kristy Thompson, a math teacher at Liberty Perryâs Wapahani High School has been selected as BBFâs 2018 Excellence in Teaching Award winner. The honor includes a $15,000 grant to support the school district, high school, and teacherâs classroom. Finalists for the award were Emily Shepherd, a […]
Convenience stores have found a way to offer cold beer to Indiana residents: by selling reusable bags that will chill beer and other beverages in 15 minutes. The announcement on Thursday, ahead of the Memorial Day weekend, was the latest attempt by the Indiana Petroleum Marketers and Convenience Stores Association to combat liquor stores’ exclusive […]
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Police now say a male student at Noblesville West Middle School has been detained after Friday morning’s shooting there. A teacher and a female student were injured and taken to the hospital. The girl is 13 and was said to be in stable condition. Reports indicate the the student suspect asked to be excused from […]
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The Indiana State Police Pendleton District held its annual memorial service Thursday to remember the 46 Indiana State Police employees that lost their lives in the line of duty since 1933. Six of those were from the Pendleton district. Troopers of the district were brought to attention, the colors presented and the roll call of […]
Memorial Day traditionally marks the start of the summer travel season in Indiana. And whether youâre attending the Indianapolis 500, vacationing, or just passing through, INDOT urges you to plan for extra travel time, stay informed on road conditions, and drive safely. Â Most highway maintenance and construction projects will halt work during the Memorial Day […]
Be patient. Get there early. Make sure to stay hydrated. Those are the three key points from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway officials. Race fans will battle heat and humidity, with the forecast calling for a high in the upper 80s. First aid stations around the track will have air conditioning and approximately 75 misting stations […]
All Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicle branches will be closed Saturday, May 26 through Monday, May 28 in observance of the Memorial Day holiday. Branches will re-open on Tuesday, May 29.
An Anderson lawyer has been unanimously disbarred by the Indiana Supreme Court for stealing from six estates. Steven Schuyler is serving an eight-year sentence on 15 felonies. His license to practice law was also suspended in 2016.
The Muncie Board of Works and Public Safety has rejected the only bid for the demolition of two eyesores near downtown. Brad King of Muncie Community Development asked the board to reject the Shroyer Brothers bid citing federal requirements for two bids. King also said the city will seek bids again.
A Muncie man, who has been sentenced to 61 years in prison for murder, has received another five-year sentence. Marcus D. Hanyardâs new sentence stems from a robbery in 2016. He wonât serve the term until he completes the other 61 years.