• Cops Think Robber Hit Two Stores Tuesday

    Is it one man that held up two Muncie convenience stores? Police think so. They say the suspect walked in to the Village Pantry on Madison Street early Tuesday and demanded cash and cigarettes. The say the same man did the same thing 30 minutes later at the BP store on West Memorial Drive. Police […]

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  • OWI With Kids In The Car

    She’s accused of driving while under the influence with kids in her car. Police say 48-year-old Deidre Strong was pulled over at 5th and Blaine Street after her car went left-of-center. Testing showed the Muncie woman had a blood alcohol content more than 1½ times the legal limit. Strong was arrested. Her two minor passengers, […]

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  • Fire At Anderson’s Former GM Plant

    A contractor working on renovations to Anderson’s former General Motors Plant 20 sparked a fire that caused minor damage to the structure. No one was injured in the fire at the soon-to-be-home of Sutong China Tire Resources. The company is opening a new distribution center in the Anderson building. Officials say the fire will have […]

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  • Anderson Man Gets 60 Years

    An Anderson man, saying he was sorry for the shooting death of his girlfriend, has been sentenced to 60 years in prison for murder. According to the Herald Bulletin, rage overcame David Willis in April 2016 when the girlfriend, Gina Tan, was packing her bags to leave. Her body was found bearing multiple gunshot wounds […]

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  • Oak Hill School Board Under Fire

    The Oak Hill United School Corporation is once again taking heat from parents about its handling of those accused of sex crimes against children. The school board voted weeks ago to allow high school teacher Mitchel Hueston – accused of fondling a 16-year-old girl – to make audio recordings to help teach his students while […]

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  • Investigators Believe Fires May Be Linked

    The Kokomo Fire Department is investigating what it believes to be arson at four vacant houses in that city, two of which investigators believe could be connected. Officials say the investigation is ongoing and will likely evolve, as they have persons of interest that they plan to speak to in coming days.

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  • Sentence Upheld For Alexandria Man

    The Indiana Court of Appeals has upheld the prison sentence of an Alexandria man. 23-year-old Benton Courtney was busted for meth and then a month later led police on a 70 mph chase. Courtney is serving a three-year sentence for violating his 2015 probation deal. He is due to be released in May 2018.

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  • Westfield Purchases Pothole Machine

    Westfield is saving money on road repair by using old pieces of road to create new patches for their potholes. The city purchased a machine that takes pieces of old road that would normally be recycled in a plant and turns them into hot, usable asphalt to refill potholes. With the new machine, the city […]

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  • The End Of The State Fair Train

    Plans are in the works for a paved 9 mile pedestrian & bicycle trail connecting Noblesville and Fishers. Officials announced Tuesday that the roughly $9.3 million Nickel Plate Trail project would be developed over the existing Nickel Plate Rail line. The move also signals the State Fair train will no longer run.

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  • Hunting & Fishing At Tony’s Place

    Retired NASCAR driver and Columbus native Tony Stewart is moving ahead with his plans to turn his Bartholomew County ranch into a commercial hunting and fishing lodge. Hidden Ranch Hollow, Stewart’s 414-acre property just west of Columbus, will host guided deer and turkey hunts as well as fishing tours for groups of up to 12 […]

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