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When he's not teaching telecommunications classes or serving in his role as the president of the Delaware County Historical Society, Chris Flook is doing other things, including research for his column, Bygone Muncie.
With the tax deadline less than a month away, an immersive learning class and members of a business fraternity are providing free tax preparation services to members of the Ball State community who make less than $55,000 per year.
One area of Ball State Recreation is taking their Valentine's Day celebration to new heights.
With the dangerous wind chills expected to happen overnight Tuesday and into the day Wednesday, the City of Muncie is responding by issuing a travel warning and opening warming stations across the city.
Ball State Dining, University Libraries, Recreation Services and on-campus testing labs have announced revised hours following Ball State's announcement that campus will be closed from Wednesday at 7 a.m. until Thursday at 11 a.m.
After running social media for their respective departments and noticing a need for training specifically for public safety officials, Muncie Police Officer Chase Winkle and retired sheriff’s deputy Joe Krupa decided to start social media training of their own.
Two companies will be establishing themselves at the former BorgWarner site in Muncie.
One in three Ball State social work students will do in-home visits with families before they graduate, and a virtual reality home is now giving them the opportunity to practice those visits.
For the second year in a row, Ball State has been ranked as one of the top 25 schools for undergraduate entrepreneurship studies, but this year, Ball State moved up eight spots from 20th to 12th.
One person was arrested after allegedly stabbing his roommate just off of Ball State’s campus. An officer responded to IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital early Tuesday morning, where Michael Schulenberg reported he had been stabbed outside his apartment in the 1600 block of N New York Ave. Schulenberg told police his roommate, 21-year-old Mathew Wallin, stabbed him. Schulenberg told police he and Wallin had recently been arguing about several things going on in the house, and he had accused Wallin via Snapchat of stealing several beers. Wallin didn’t reply but appeared agitated when he got home and was wearing a large hunting knife. Schulenberg said Wallin began gathering items together and bringing them to his car as if he was going to move out. Schulenberg and another roommate, Nate Lockwood, followed Wallin outside to make sure Wallin didn’t damage anyone’s vehicle. Court documents say Wallin then charged Schulenberg as he stood on the porch and punched him in the head before Schulenberg attempted to pull him down. During the attempt, Schulenberg said he felt at least two stab wounds in his leg. Lockwood and Schulenberg were eventually able to get the knife away from Wallin. Police say at the time of his arrest, Wallin was wearing a Vietnam era tactical vest and and tactical hard knuckle gloves. Wallin claims self-defense and that he was attacked by Lockwood and Schulenberg after refusing to move a stick in the front yard. Court documents say Wallin claims he was choked out by one of the roommates, but there were no visible injuries around his neck. Wallin stated to police as he was being choked, he grabbed a knife and began stabbing at a suspect on his back but was unsure who he stabbed or how many times he stabbed them. Wallin also told police he thought there was going to be trouble between him and his roommates but denied wearing the jacket and gloves in the house to intimidate them. Wallin faces charges of aggravated battery and battery with a deadly weapon. He is currently in the Delaware County Jail on $25,000 bond.
A variety of Muncie and Delaware County agencies came together Monday to hold the first ever Surrender to Freedom event at Muncie Mission. Attendees could talk to a variety of agencies who offered resources, treatment options, and for some, a chance to have their warrants vacated.
The statue of a Muncie businessman that has been missing since the 1960s returned to Muncie Wednesday night.
Delaware County residents can now visit Yorktown’s first coffee shop, Coffee Breeze.
Delaware County residents now have a new coffee shop to visit in Yorktown- the town’s first.
The neon Burkie’s Drive In sign has been sold to a restaurant owner in Marion.
Ball State’s most popular dining location, The Atrium will be closed this summer for renovations that are intended to open up the space.