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Government Shutdown: Day 28

Today is day 28 of the partial government shutdown. President Trump and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi have not spoken since that contentious meeting on January 9, which ended after just 14 minutes. President Trump responds with a letter of his own after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi asked that the State-of-the-Union speech be postponed because of… ... Continue Reading

Winter Storm Watch To Go Into Effect Late Tonight

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch. Beginning late tonight winds are expected to gust up to 35 mph, 5-8 inches of snow accumulation are anticipated with heavier amounts possible in some areas.  Driving will be hazardous. The post Winter Storm Watch To Go Into Effect Late Tonight appeared first on Woof… ... Continue Reading

Muncie Asks That Downtown Vehicles Be Removed

In anticipation of weekend snow, the City of Muncie is asking that all vehicles parked on downtown streets be removed and parked in another location. If the vehicles are not removed by this afternoon they’ll be towed to the parking lot at the corner of High and Jackson Streets. The post Muncie Asks That Downtown… ... Continue Reading

ISP To Clear Abandoned Vehicles After Rush Hour

Indiana State Police will begin clearing abandoned vehicles from Interstates, State Roads and U.S. Highways in advance of the approaching winter storm. The plan is to begin removing vehicles at the conclusion of this afternoon’s rush hour. ISP says it’s common practice for incoming winter weather. The post ISP To Clear Abandoned Vehicles After Rush… ... Continue Reading

INDOT Says They Are Ready For Anything

INDOT took advantage of Thursday’s above-freezing temperatures by working on equipment and performing maintenance to make sure the fleet is in good shape for this next round of winter weather. An INDOT spokesperson says they’re prepared for whatever happens in the coming days. The post INDOT Says They Are Ready For Anything appeared first on… ... Continue Reading

Residents Snap Up More Than Milk, Bread, Eggs

East Central Indiana residents have been planning and prepping for this storm all week. Stores say in addition to the usual bread, milk, and eggs – bananas, and frozen pizza have been big sellers ahead of this storm. So have ice melt, snow shovels, and mega-sized packages of toilet paper. The post Residents Snap Up… ... Continue Reading

Alexandria Couple Believed To Be On The Run

An Alexandria couple wanted on felony neglect charges in connection with the death of their 4-month-old son are believed to have fled the state. Daniel E. Jones and Tiffany McNutt, were supposed to turn themselves in earlier this week. A warrant for their arrest has been issued and the couple, when found, will be extradited… ... Continue Reading

Victim In Head-On Crash Identified

We now know the name of the Delaware County woman killed late Wednesday in a head-on collision on Ind. 67 northeast of Muncie. 33-year-old Christina N. Moore Pike died at the scene after the car she was driving crossed the center line and struck a pick-up truck.  The driver of the F150 was observed and… ... Continue Reading

Appeals Court Affirms Saintignon Conviction

The Indiana Court of Appeals has rejected the arguments and affirmed the convictions of Danny Lee Saintignon Jr. The Muncie man was found guilty in the 2009 murder of Monica “Nikki” Brown and sentenced to 137 years to the Indiana Department of Corrections. The post Appeals Court Affirms Saintignon Conviction appeared first on Woof Boom… ... Continue Reading

Montpelier Awarded 600K For Stormwater Project

Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch along with the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs announced that the City of Montpelier has been awarded $600,000 to separate the current combined sewer system to create dedicated stormwater lines. The post Montpelier Awarded 600K For Stormwater Project appeared first on Woof Boom Radio News. ... Continue Reading