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  • Muncie/Delaware County Considering Tax Increase

    Muncie City and Delaware County council members considering a proposal to add a local option income tax to raise money to pay for public safety in Muncie and Delaware County. Mayor Dennis Tyler says we’re not the only community that’s feeling the pinch. The proposed increase would amount to about $224 dollars a year for […]

  • Three Elementary Students Slightly Injured

    Three students slightly injured when an Anderson elementary school student fired a BB gun on the playground. School officials say the weapon went undiscovered because a fifth-grade student hid the gun in the waistband of his pants. The incident remains under investigation.

  • Walnut/Riggin Round-A-Bout Changes Today

    Traffic around the Walnut Street-Riggin Road roundabout project near the Delaware County Airport shifts today during the final phase of construction. The east leg of Riggin Road that’s been closed to traffic at its old intersection with Walnut —will reopen onto the new section of pavement.

  • Pendleton Inmate – Serious, But Stable

    An unidentified inmate at the Pendleton Correctional Facility taken to the hospital after pouring scalding hot water on his face, shoulders, upper chest and back. The offender taken to Saint Vincent’s in Anderson. He was last listed in serious but stable condition.

  • Accused Murder Wants Charge Dropped

    A New Castle man facing murder charges wants one of the charges against him dismissed. At question is a charge of abuse of a corpse against 37-year old Anthony Dailey. He’s accused of strangling 22-year old Kirsten Sidwell, putting her body into a suitcase, and dumping the body near a pond.

  • Mosquitoes All The Buzz In EC Indiana

    Mosquitoes carrying the West Nile Virus not only in Delaware County – experts say the virus is likely prevalent throughout all of East Central Indiana. Health officials urge you to remove standing water in ditches, clogged rain gutters, flower pots, and tires.

  • Anderson Dozing Dilapidations

    The city of Anderson is ramping up demolition of abandoned properties. The city has received two grants totaling nearly three million dollars to tear down 128 properties as part of Indiana’s Blight Elimination Program.

  • Drive Sober, Madison County!

    The Labor Day Holiday weekend – it’s the traditional end of summer and the time of year when Indiana State Police ramp up patrols. Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over – a sobriety checkpoint in Madison County on Friday night. Double-check now to make sure you have your license, registration and proof of insurance.

  • Flags Of Honor Field Starts Friday

    Starting Friday, one thousand American flags will be flying along the White River Greenway at Minnetrista. The flags supplied by the Muncie Exchange Club in honor and memory of local veterans, current service personnel, and fallen heroes.

  • AFD Arson Dog Retiring

    Ninja – the arson dog – is retiring. The canine with the Anderson Fire Department for the past 11 years will enjoy his retirement days as the family pet of Assistant Fire Chief Todd Jordan.

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