The girlfriend of a man who authorities say made and planted an explosive device that led police to evacuate part of the Muncie’s downtown in December is accused of trying to hire a hit man. The Star Press reports 49-year-old Tamara M. Olis has been arrested. Authorities say Olis is the girlfriend of Lionel Mackey […]
Muncie police say a bandit armed with a knife robbed a clerk at a southside convenience store early Wednesday. It happened at the Village Pantry on East Memorial Drive when the robber – described as a white male, about 5 feet 7 inches tall and 150 pounds displayed a knife and demanded cash and cigarettes.
Before Vice President Elect Mike Pence is sworn into office, many of his family members are heading to Washington D.C. to celebrate with him. Mikeâs brother Gregory says 32 members of the Pence family will be there for tomorrow’s inauguration.
Horse troops from Culver Academy are making their way to the nationâs capital to participate in the presidential inaugural parade. Fifty-seven boys and 23 girls are riding in the parade. Two boys and two girls will be carrying the banner and 12 others will help with preparing the horses for the parade.
The Madison County Government Center will soon have a new roof. Work is expected to start next week on the nearly 188-thousand dollar project. Itâs the first step toward the installation of a new heating and air conditioning system for the courthouse, which is expected to cost an estimated $1.3 million.
An Upland man is accused of crashing his car into the front porch of a Daleville home and then fleeing on foot. Daleville police arrested 26-year-old Jeffrey Adam Poe and charged him with driving while intoxicated, leaving the scene of an accident and disorderly conduct. Poe is already facing two DWI counts in Madison County […]
An upgrade a major sewer line on Anderson’s west side is expected to start within the next few months. According to the Herald Bulletin, the Greensbranch sewer line that extends along Locust Street from Ninth to 13th streets and continues from Locust Street to Arrow Avenue is an estimated 100 years old andÂ carries 50 […]
If a newly proposed bill becomes law, a three-day “holiday” would let Hoosiers to buy school supplies without having to pay sales tax. A new bill by Republican Senator Ronald Grooms would let Hoosiers buy clothing, textbooks, school supplies and art supplies tax-free from August 4th through the 6th of this year. Twelve other states […]
Several groups believe a new state senate bill is designed to directly intimidate anyone from exercising their right to free speech. Senate Bill 285 pushes for police to remove the gathering of 10 or more people blocking vehicular traffic. According to the bill it ârequires a responsible public official to dispatch all available law enforcement […]
Anderson-based sheet metal fabricator CB Fabricating is working on a Texas-shaped, stainless steel Lazy River for the new luxury Marriott Marquis Houston built for Superbowl 51. The 550-foot lazy river is a highly visible component of the recently completed luxury hotel project and is located on the rooftop of the hotelâs parking garage.