When musicians sit down to play, it’s not uncommon for a metronome to help set a pace for the performance. But the metronomes of today are often housed in digital apps.
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When Suzanne Petro got the call, she was on her Labor Day weekend vacation, but she immediately turned around and came back to Muncie. The cause of the reversal? One of the three Muncie Dairy Queens she oversees was engulfed in flames.
Editor's note: A previous version of this story stated a South Bend man was charged with six counts of fraud. It has since been changed to reflect that Trail Little used funds from a South Bend man's account.
Anderson Police arrested Brady Allen Turner, 25, Wednesday. Muncie Police preliminarily charged Turner with murder following a fatal Monday night stabbing.
After eight months of committee planning and feedback, President Geoffrey Mearns released the university’s proposed strategic plan. The plan, which highlights goals for the years 2024 and 2040, is meant to lead the university into its next centennial, Mearns said.
Around 9:20 p.m. Sunday, Muncie Fire Department and Delaware County EMS responded to a residential fire at 17th Street and Hoyt Avenue.
Phase III of Ball State’s Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) and Health Professions Facility Expansion Project, will be the university’s main priority in state biennial budget requests.
Typically, the first day of school doesn’t include a larger-than-life Cardinal mascot. But Ball State wanted students at Muncie Community Schools to have a reinvigorated school year.
It was a normal Friday for Ball State alumnus David Pankow, 22. Then, his car caught on fire. Pankow, who lives on Linden Street, had an 11:30 a.m. shift at Pita Pit. Knowing his white, 1998 Toyota Corolla usually doesn't handle well in the rain.
Following an arranged purchase of narcotics by a confidential informant (CI), the Muncie Police Narcotis Unit and SWAT team arrested Jacob Reams, 29, and Christy Buis, 36, Thursday.
Editor's note: The video contains graphic images and explicit language. Video Provided, Muncie Police Department
In March 2018, Ball State University was the only Indiana institution to receive an Interior and National Park Service grant to preserve African American Civil Rights History. The $49,989-grant was awarded to the university to create a virtual museum about Hoosier Civil Rights History.
Starting at 7 p.m. Thursday, fans can order a 16-ounce beer while the Cardinals face the Blue Devils in Scheumann Stadium.
Editor's note: In honor of the university's centennial year, The Daily News is counting down 100 days to the university's celebration Sept. 6 with 100 of Ball State's most famous traditions and figures. Check back each day to read about Cardinal history.
When Linda Camp was in her 20s, she was frustrated with her childrens’ pediatrician, so she went to medical school. When she graduated, she went back and thanked her pediatrician for all of her hard work.
More than 100 students, faculty and community members attend forum, share thoughts on John Schnatter, Ball State Board of Trustees
Editor's note: A previous version of this story reported the board voted to revoke Schnatter's honorary degree. However, during the meeting the board removed Schnatter's distinguished professorship. This story has since been edited to reflect the change.
After a string of downtown Muncie buildings were tagged on the night of Aug. 14, Braydee Euliss was nervous.
After the Ball State Board of Trustees voted to remove John Schnatter's name from the university Thursday, Student Government Association (SGA) and Black Student Association (BSA) will host a forum to discuss diversity, inclusivity and racial relations at Ball State.