Fire Up DWNTWN featured many things including murals, hot air balloons, vendors of local businesses, bands and anything in between. This event took place August 6, 2022, from 1-10 p.m. in Muncie, Indiana. (Kyle Smedley/DN)
DWNTWN EVENTS

"I love Muncie": Fire Up DWNTWN was a step in helping rebuild Muncie by bringing people together and supporting local businesses

Though it didn’t go exactly to plan, Fire Up DWNTWN took over Walnut Street and the rest of downtown Muncie, Indiana, August 6, 2022. Hot air balloons still briefly took the skies, local businesses set up shop under tents, food trucks lined the street and countless other events ran from 1-10 p.m., prompting Muncie’s community to show out in full form. 


CREDIT: Tribune News Service- President Joe Biden delivers remarks on Feb. 5, 2021. Some in Congress are saying his spending on COVID relief contributed to a sustained pace of high inflation that’s sent Biden’s approval ratings skidding and left key moderate Democrats with limited appetite to embrace his remaining economic agenda. (Stefani Reynolds/Pool/Getty Images/TNS)
ECONOMICS

AP: Senate Democrats approve big Biden deal; House to vote next

WASHINGTON (AP) — Democrats pushed their election-year economic package to Senate passage Sunday, a hard-fought compromise less ambitious than President Joe Biden's original domestic vision but one that still meets deep-rooted party goals of slowing global warming, moderating pharmaceutical costs and taxing immense corporations.
















College of Architecture and Planning. DN FILE PHOTO SAVANNAH NEIL 
FACILITIES

No hot water in Architecture Building August 2

In a notice sent out by the Ball State University Facilities Planning and Management department August 1, 2022, it was announced the domestic hot water in the Architecture Building August 2, 2022. The hot water will not be available from 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. while the cold water will still be available. 





The Indiana Statehouse in downtown Indianapolis. Eric Pritchett, DN
INDIANA SPECIAL SESSION

AP: Indiana Senate narrowly passes near-total abortion ban

Indiana state senators narrowly passed a near-total abortion ban Saturday during a rare weekend session, sending the bill to the House after a contentious week of arguments over whether to allow exceptions for rape and incest. The Republican-controlled Senate voted 26-20 after about three hours of debate, passing the bill with the minimum 26 votes needed to send it on to the House, which Republicans also control.

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