The College of Architecture and Planning (CAP) at Ball State University is offering an architectural design experience to local high school students on Saturday, Nov. 18 with âInteractive City.â The Muncie Journal reports the hands-on design workshop will introduce Project Lead the Way students to foundational concepts of the design and build process, provide access […]
Muncie officials responded to allegations that the city denied a Freedom of Information Act request filed on November 2. In a very brief press conference. Mayor Dennis Tyler said he wanted to clear up miscommunication about the FOIA request and referred all questions to a legal team. The city attorney says the press conference was […]
Indiana Rep. Luke Messer’s family lives in Virginia, keeps a vacation house in Tennessee and sold their Indiana home in 2014. But his campaign says a two-bedroom house he co-owns with his mother in Indiana is now his primary residence. That could complicate his plans to win the Republican Senate primary. Towering figures in Indiana […]
Muncie officials responded to allegations that the city denied a Freedom of Information Act request filed on November 2. In a very brief press conference, Mayor Dennis Tyler said he wanted to clear up miscommunication about the FOIA request and referred all questions to a legal team. The city attorney says the press conference was […]
Democratic Senator Al Franken wrote a long apology and welcomed an ethics investigation after radio host Leeann Tweeden claimed he forcibly kissed her when they were overseas in 2006 to perform for troops. Tweeden said during a news conference “Nothing like that is ever funny.”
Barriers are in place and contractors are ready to start replacing Anderson’s Eisenhower Bridge. But there’s one hold-up; a permit from the Indiana DNR to build a temporary bridge across the White River. Work to remove the bridge’s westbound lanes is expected to start within the next week.
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New drug peddling charges added for a Muncie man already accused of selling meth. Police say 42 year old Toma Lee Wright allegedly sold heroin to informants with the sheriffâs narcotic unit two timesâ¦once, last December and again in late March of this year.
A 19-year-old from Eaton has admitted to police that she goes from Muncie to Dayton, Ohio several times each week to pick up crystal meth. Kiara Gilland is charged with possession of paraphernalia, possession of methamphetamine and maintaining a common nuisance.
An Anderson woman has been charged with reckless homicide in the methamphetamine overdose death of a friend. 62-year-old Antonia Wright is facing up to six years behind bars if convicted in the incident that left 57-year-old Vickie Christ dead on August 18.
One of your state senators is headed to Puerto Rico with the U.S. military. Carmel’s Mike Delph has been called to active duty with the U.S. Army. Delph, a Major in the U.S. Army Reserve, will be sent to help with hurricane recovery efforts.