An investigation continues in Madison County after a body was found in a wooded area Sunday afternoon. Sheriff’s deputies responded to the area near County Roads 500E and 1450N at around 2. That’s where they found the body of a white male, on the west side of the roadway, north of the intersection. His identity […]
A teenager was shot and killed in Kokomo and now two people are in custody for it, after what investigators believe was a drug deal gone bad. It happened Sunday at around 12:30 in the afternoon behind a convenience store. That’s where officers found 17-year-old LeMarcus McGraw, lying on the ground with several gunshot wounds […]
One man has died and two others are in critical condition after vehicle struck the IndyGo bus stop shelter they were sitting in early Sunday morning. It happened near the intersection of 29th St. and Martin Luther King Blvd. around 3:25 a.m. The driver told police he swerved to miss another car that ran the […]
Indiana State Police detectives have found evidence of voter registration fraud. ISP Superintendent Doug Carter confirms what Gov. Pence said during a campaign event in Nevada last Thursday.Â More than two dozen troopers are part of the investigation spanning 56 counties. The investigation centers on the Indiana Voter Registration Project, a subsidiary of Patriot Majority […]
Indiana’s election campaign features both parties blasting an opposing candidate’s residency, while defending one of their own. Republicans have branded former Democratic Senator Evan Bayh a Washington D-C resident, even after he left the Senate nearly six years ago. Democrats have blasted Republican Trey Hollingsworth for moving to Indiana just a month before launching his […]
A Muncie man has been handed 72 years behind bars for his role in the death of his 4 month old son. Cory Wallace was found guilty last month of neglect of a dependent resulting in death. Prosecutors say he failed to get medical help for his child after the baby suffered fatal brain injuries. […]
It won’t reopen until till there’s a change in its leadership.Â State American Legion commanders have ordered the Chesterfield post closed until new leadership can be installed. Commanders fired the administration of Post 408 citing “administrative differences” and temporarily closed the popular Chesterfield veterans club. The Herald Bulletin reports that club leaders failed to correct […]
A woman who was severely beaten by an inmate at the New Castle Correctional Facility has filed a suit against the prison and her attacker. Attorneys for Martha Clark say prison officials âfailed to provide a safe working environmentâ after she was attacked by inmate Robert Hudson in the prison kitchen.
He was panhandling. She took him in to feed him and he ripped her off of about 20-thousand-dollars in silver bars. That’s the allegation against Muncie resident Jeffrey Ray Kidd. The judge took a plea bargain in Kidd’s case and set sentencing for November 30.
Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne’s plan to eliminate several degree programs and departments has sparked an outcry from faculty and students who say they feel betrayed. School leaders announced the restructuring last week, stating that the changes are expected to save $1.1 million each year. Faculty and students argue that many of the changes won’t […]