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A Ball State alert warning students of an armed robbery near campus ended with only $5 stolen.
The Ball State University Dance Marathon, which has been a campus-wide student organization since 2008, revealed its new fundraising goal on Tuesday. The goal this year is to raise $765,000, compared to last year’s goal of $550,000.
Warm and sunny conditions continue for the rest of the week. Rain chances return for the beginning of next week.
Actress Charmian Carr died Monday at age 73. Her death is a result of complications from a rare form of dementia, according to her spokesman, Harlan Boll.
Muncie Fire Department and University Police responded to an incident at the Village Promenade parking garage Monday night.
Ball State women’s volleyball took home both Mid-American Conference West Offensive and Defensive player of the Week awards.
The 2,300 acres of forest and wetlands near the White River will be more prominent than ever on Sept. 24 as Hoosier Environmental Council hosts their annual Ride for the Mounds.
Construction in downtown Muncie is hurting sales of some small businesses but will give them millions of dollars in upgrades says a city official.
In an effort to help those effected by the EF3 tornado that went through Kokomo on Aug. 24, damaging hundreds of homes and businesses, the Ball Brothers Foundation has awarded $25,000 grants to the Indiana Region of the American Red Cross.
To kick off its week of events, the Latinx Student Union hosted salsa night, an event to show students how salsa is performed.
Great day to get outside today and the rest of this week, with temperatures in the upper 80's and having sunny skies.
Learning how to be an adult can be hard for young people, but the Muncie Public Library is hoping to make that adjustment easier.
Out of all the businesses affected by downtown construction, The Downtown Farm Stand has taken one of the hardest hits, says the owner.
As an audience attending a performance, whether it may be a play or a concert, all that is shown are the people under the spotlight, but BSU Backstage is all about getting to know the person behind the spotlight.
Backseat Rider is the brainchild of Anthony Ponce, a former NBC Chicago anchor who hung up his suit to work as a Lyft driver all day. You may have seen his video about quitting NBC make the rounds on Facebook in July. The first episode isn’t released yet, but you can email him at email@example.com and he’ll send it to you, and it’s worth the listen.
The Cardinals will hit the road again this week, traveling to Boca Raton, Florida, for a game against Florida Atlantic. The Owls are 1-2 this season but coming off a 63-7 road loss to Kansas State of the Big 12.
There are less than two months until Election Day, and each candidate is fighting for support in an effort to win the highest office in the country.
The new Muncie Animal Shelter is now open to the public and houses more cats and dogs than ever before.
When sophomore music media production major Scott Chapman arrived on campus last year, he expected to find an established music scene and plenty of musicians to play with. That wasn't the case.