• Marcus Tabb Trial In Front Of Jury

    The Marcus Tabb trial is set to go to the jury today; that jury will be asked to decide whether the 55-year-old Muncie man is guilty of felonies in the June 2013 slaying of young Marie Pierre, and in the abuse and neglect of his spouse’s younger siblings. The most serious of the 10 charges […]

  • Ebola In Indiana

    State health officials are monitoring five people in Indiana for Ebola symptoms. All are considered low risk. Two patients have completed the monitoring protocol while five others are currently under a 21-day observation. State health officials aren’t releasing the names of the counties where travelers are being monitored in accordance with privacy laws.

  • Alexandria Bank Robbery Suspect Sought

    He’s still at large: A man walked into the Community Bank in Alexandria on Wednesday and escaped with an unknown amount of money. Police say the man displayed no weapon in the incident and afterwards left in a gray Pontiac. Alexandria police, sheriff’s departments from Madison and Delaware counties, Indiana State Police and the FBI […]

  • Worker Struck By Car; Treated For Injuries

    A Dayton, Ohio tree-trimmer is recovering after being hit by a car in Anderson Wednesday. An employee of Nelson Tree Service, working as a flagger and directing traffic while crews trimmed some of the trees on Madison Avenue near Essex Drive – was struck by a vehicle coming from the opposite direction. The 73-year-old driver […]

  • Red Gold To Expand Operations

    Tomato processor Red Gold plans to expand its Indiana warehouse operations after a big harvest this year. The Elwood-based company says its investing more than $8.5 million at its facilities in the Adams County town of Geneva in northeastern Indiana. Red Gold isn’t giving details on the expansion plan, but has posted more than 25 […]

  • Purdue Shooter Found Dead In Cell

    An Indiana man who admitted fatally stabbing and shooting a fellow Purdue University student inside a crowded classroom committed suicide in prison Tuesday. Cody Cousins was found dead in his Michigan City, Ind., cell during a routine security check with self-inflicted lacerations to his neck and both arms.

  • Indiana Serial Killer Appears In Court

    Suspected northern Indiana serial killer Darren Vann appeared in court for about five minutes Wednesday morning and politely answered a judge‘s questions. His attitude was not the defiant one he showed last week, when he stood in court stone-faced and silent. The 43-year-old Vann entered a plea of not-guilty to murder and other charges against […]

  • Child Killed; Father Seriously Injured In Moped Crash

    A 7-year-old boy has been fatally injured and his father badly hurt when the moped they were riding was hit by an SUV on a central Indiana highway. Columbus police say the pair was riding on a four-lane section of U.S. 31 on the city’s north side. The child was airlifted to Riley Hospital for […]

  • Indiana Candidates Warned About ‘Robocalling’

    As Election Day nears, Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller is reminding all political candidates to abide by Indiana’s telephone privacy laws and refrain from using illegal “robocalling” to reach potential voters. Campaigns and political groups are allowed to make robocalls to households only if given permission.

  • Best/Worst Halloween Treats?

    One of the most highly debated topics in America, well, maybe after politics, is which Halloween treats outshines the rest and which ones are bottom of the barrel. Kit-Kat, Reece Cups, Twix and Starburst top the list. At the bottom; Smarties, hard candies, pencils and raisins.


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