• A Close Call For An Anderson Teen

    An Anderson teenager is lucky to be alive after his house goes up in flames. 13-year-old A.J. Ryle says he woke up to a room full of smoke inside his West Fifth Street home but managed to get out and call for help. Fire crews say the house was fully-engulfed when they arrived. The source […]

  • Another Candidate For Muncie Mayor?

    There may be a new candidate for mayor of Muncie. Delaware County Clerk and voter registration office counting signatures on a petition filed by Steve Smith. Smith wants to run for Mayor as an Independent. Candidates must produce enough signatures and the results must be certified in order to get their name put on the […]

  • Anderson Parents Arrested For Child Neglect

    The parents of a 26-day-old infant who suffered a broken leg have been arrested by Anderson police. Nicole Crisp and Darrel-wynn Wisler II have been released on bond from the Madison County jail but still face felony child neglect charges. Police say medical personnel notified them after neither parent had an explanation on how the […]

  • Reward Money For Missing Woman Increased To $10K

    The parents of a missing mom-of-three are hoping that an increased cash reward will help them find their daughter. Ashley Morris Mullis has been missing since September of 2013. The cash reward for information leading to her whereabouts has been increased to $10,000. Police say the investigation into her disappearance “is ongoing.”

  • New Laws Start Today

    Starting today, numerous new state laws go into effect. Lawmakers tackled a variety of issues during the past session standouts in the new group include the so called slow poke law. Police can ticket drivers in the left lane if they hold up faster drivers behind them and don’t move to the right. Also a […]

  • Settlement Reached In Community North Overbilling Case

    Federal prosecutors have reached a twenty-point-three million dollar civil settlement with Community Health Network to resolve allegations of overbilling for surgeries. Prosecutors allege the Indianapolis-based health system referred patients to outside surgery centers to save them money but then billed Medicare and Medicaid as if the surgeries were performed at its hospitals. Community Health operates […]

  • Keen Hearing Thwarts Jailhouse Break

    A Madison County Sheriff’s deputy with a good sense of hearing is being credited with foiling at attempted jailbreak. The deputy thought he heard something unusual and was able to pinpoint the scraping sound coming from a certain jail cell. Upon inspection, deputies found tools being used in what appeared to be an escape attempt. […]

  • Red Gold Adding New Plant; Production Line

    A new plant and production line are coming to Elwood’s Red Gold plant. Starting in 2016, instead of relying on a supplier, Red Gold ketchup bottles will be made on site in the new Graham Packaging plant. Officials say the plant and assembly line are currently under construction and should be up and running in […]

  • Three Day Weekend For Some

    July 4th on a Saturday this year. Some government offices that are normally closed on weekends will be closed Friday, July 3, as well. All federal and state offices will be closed Friday. City offices in Muncie, Hartford City, New Castle, Portland and Winchester will be closed. County offices and courts in Delaware, Blackford, Henry, […]

  • Lower Gas Prices Means More Holiday Travelers

    Planning on traveling over the holiday weekend? You’re not alone. Falling gas prices are expected to result in more July 4th travelers. With gas prices $1 a gallon lower than a year ago, a record number of Hoosiers are expected to hit the road for July 4th weekend.


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