A man who reportedly overdosed in a bathroom at a Muncie convenience store is facing charges. CIty police got called to the store at 1630 N. Wheeling Avenue and found that 29 year old James Chappell had been in the bathroom there for about an hour. They found him semi-conscious with a substance identified as […]
The Star Press reports a 7-year-old boy tried to help revive his mother as she OD’ed on drugs in a hotel in Muncie. Police say the boy tried to open his mother’s eyes during the incident at the Cardinal Inn at 3400 N. Everbrook Lane. Police were sent there at about 11 Wednesday morning and […]
Indiana Senate Republicans have put forward a two-year state spending plan without a proposed cigarette tax increase sought by the GOP-controlled House. The $32.1 billion plan that Republican Senate Appropriations Chairman Luke Kenley announced Thursday would spend slightly more than the House GOP proposal. It includes a $358 million increase for K-12 education but $6 […]
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Muncie Police say she walked away as her ex-boyfriend overdosed in a South Madison Street parking lot. 25 year old Ashley Rudisill was found with heroin and paraphernalia when questioned by police. She was held at the Delaware County Jail on $5,000 bail.
Charges face a 20-year-old former Ball State student. Jacob Rabinowitz is accused in the November 19th attack that left the victim with a stab wound to the lung. Rabinowitz is charged with battery with a deadly weapon. He’s to appear in court April 27th.
There may be a reward for information leading to the person that has been sending anonymous threatening letters to the Muncie Community School board. Members say it started in 2015 during the search for a new district superintendent. They say the typewritten and unsigned letters are still being sent.
Wayne Alspaugh, the only person from Madison County to win the Pay Less Little 500 sprint car race, has died at the age of 90. Alspaugh won the Little 500 in 1958, in a car owned by local resident Howard Hall. Alspaugh was inducted into the Little 500 Hall of Fame in 1993.
An Anderson home health care company is expanding. The Anderson Plan Commission has granted approval for the rezoning of the property of KMG Home Care Unlimited at 301 East 38th Street. The move will allow the company to demolish the existing house at Fletcher and 38th to construct a new two-story office building. The company […]
The Anderson Police Department is hiring. The APD is looking to add five new patrol officers. The process starts in April. You must be in the age range of 21 to 35, have a high school diploma, have no felony charges and be able to pass a drug screen and physical fitness agility test.
Anderson University will welcome distinguished alumni and a former dean to campus when it celebrates commencement on Saturday, May 6. Dr. James Earl Massey, dean emeritus, will serve as the commencement speaker. He served as the dean of the School of Theology for six years. Massey is a gifted and accomplished pastor, musician, author, professor, […]