The Republican Party’s long-promised repeal of “Obamacare” stands in limbo after Senate GOP leaders, short of support, abruptly shelved a vote on legislation to fulfill the promise.
The National Endowment for the Arts has recently announced it has approved the city of Muncie for a $50,000 grant that will support an artist in residence program.
The northbound Interstate 69 Exit 241 ramp to State Road 332/McGalliard Road will be opening tonight
A state panel has appointed a consulting firm consisting of retired Indiana school administrators and teachers as the emergency manager of the financially troubled Muncie Community Schools.
The Ball Brothers Foundation has recently awarded a total of $500,000 in grants to help support the future of doctors and physician training in the Muncie community.
For the seventh straight summer, Music for All brings its national summer music camp to Ball State.
Two central Indiana police officers won’t face charges for shooting a man who they said tried to run them down with his car following an attempted traffic stop.
The Muncie Police Department’s Domestic Violence Unit will begin to sell calendars to fundraise for the unit’s ads around the city.
The new dean of the Honors College has an academic background as diverse as the majors of his students.
Summer Learning Fun is a new program being offered at Camp Adventure for the first time this year, giving Ball State students the opportunity to gain experience outside the typical classroom environment. ...
A former Ball State student who allegedly choked a store clerk at a Muncie Goodwill and tried to forcibly convert people to Islam has had the charges against him dropped.
Halfway through the summer, stories keep coming in. Take a look at some of the biggest headlines from the Ball State Daily News this past week.
Editors note: Every year, The Daily News produces the orientation guide for incoming freshman.
Construction is done and now it's time to move in – the furniture that is.
In an effort to address the high population of animals in their care, the City of Muncie Animal Care and Services Department will be hosing a $5 adoption special Friday and Saturday.
The Ball State Career Center received the Career Services Excellence Award from the National Association of Colleges and Employers.
The famous chirping Scramble Light at Ball State will remain off for the remainder of the summer until classes begin in the fall.