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  • Indiana company builds human heart tissue in space with 3-D printer

    And an amazing story of technology that could change the lives of millions. A Greenville Indiana company has successfully used a 3-D printer to create human heart tissue in space. The lack of gravity allows the printer to use finer printer tips and lower viscosity bio-ink that contain only the biological materials needed to build […]

  • Rokita touting canned school lunch food

    The Indy Star is reporting today that Representative Todd Rokita, who wants to replace fresh foods in school lunches with canned or frozen foods, has received thousands of dollars in campaign contributions from food processing industries. He says his bill is to save money. A second bill he’s sponsored makes it more difficult for high […]

  • Bank builds pocket park to add charm to the city

    Muncie officials are trying to encourage more charm in the city and a new mini-park built by Mutual Bank has done just that. The company got a deviation from the zoning ordinance and added shade trees, shrubs and a rain garden to attract the birds and the bees. The so-called pocket park is on West […]

  • Bridge welded to warn users to stay off

    Delaware county has no plans at this time of removing the closed bridge that draws outdoor enthusiasts and is getting attention because someone reportedly was hurt there recently. New caution signs are up on County Road 750 west over the White River to remind people to be careful and now they’ve welded the entrances to […]

  • Former highway foreman sues Delaware County

    A foreman for the Delaware County Highway department was demoted after 20 years on the job, and he’s suing the county because he says it was a political decision. William Chambers is a Democrat alleging the County Commissioners moved him out of his managerial job because they are Republicans and he is part of a […]

  • Former BSU president gets new gig in CA

    Ball State’s former president Paul Ferguson has landed a new job, and that will reduce the amount of severance the university will have to pay him. He’s taking a job as the founding dean of the School of Science, Technology and Health at a private Christian college near Los Angeles. He begins July 11th at […]

  • Motorcycle Crash Kills One

    A North Carolina man was killed last night when the motorcycle he was riding left the roadway on east bound I-70 in western Henry County. It happened just before 10 p.m. in the area of the 116 mile marker of east bound I-70. Investigators say the motorcycle, for an unknown reason, veered off of the […]

  • “Monumental Weekend” In Indianapolis

    Bob Dylan, U.S. diving, Justin Bieber, Hillary Clinton, our nation’s mayors, 25,000 corvette fans, 50,000 volleyball players, and his holiness the Dalai Lama: Its going to be a very busy weekend in Indianapolis with more than 200,000 visitors, more than 20 events and an expected $60 million economic impact.

  • Fighting To Keep Marion’s VA Hospital Open

    Employees of Marion’s VA Hospital are fighting a possible attempt to phase out the center. American Federation of Government Employees members protested in front of the VA hospital on Thursday, saying one idea is to close the hospital and give veterans vouchers for private health care.

  • Anderson Man Pleads Guilty In Bomb Threat

    An Anderson man suspected of phoning in a bomb threat to the Madison County Clerk’s office in May has pleaded guilty as charged. Andrew Leonard pleaded guilty to Level 5 felony intimidation after calling in the threat to avoid a hearing on a child support case. Leonard is scheduled to be sentenced Tuesday in Madison […]


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