Delaware County Sheriff Mike Scroggins died early Friday morning at the age of 52, just a few days after surgery.
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At the 2014 Delaware County Balloon Launch for National Crime Victims' Rights Week, families let balloons free in the sky at Muncie City Hall. The balloons were released in remembrance of loved ones who have passed away as a result of violent crime. PHOTO PROVIDED BY MUNCIE VICTIM ADVOCATE
Muncie Police are looking for a young female who flipped her car near Amazing Joe's and proceeded to run away.
After a year and a half of being one of the resident DJs at D Luxe Bar, senior business administration major Austin Antoni said he won't be able to perform there anymore since the bar closed.
For eleven years the Students Affiliates of the American Chemical Society (SAACS) along with students from the biology and chemistry departments have a hosted a Science Day. This day is dedicated to educating children in Muncie about science concepts.
As the controversy over Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act continues, Muncie Mayor Dennis Tyler is working with the city council to adopt a resolution stating their opposition to the law.
Muncie Mayor Dennis Tyler is running for re-election unopposed. He says that this is a testament to the quality of his work as mayor. WCRD's Peter Hoffman talked with Tyler about the future of his political career.
Muncie Police roped off 216 N. Dill, along with 214 N. Dill and 218 N. Dill until they determine where a stabbing occurred Monday afternoon. DN PHOTO RACHEL PODNER
Village Promenade Jan. 14 (2015). DN PHOTO ALAINA JAYE HALSEY
Muncie Gras was first celebrated 14 years ago as development downtown began to thrive.
In about four months, Muncie police officers will add body cameras to their arsenal.
MUNCIE, IN -- As many of you may know this past week was severe weather preparedness week in Indiana. It is a week to get your severe weather preparations and plans in place before the storms arrive. There are many different things you need to know for severe weather and the WCRD and NewsLink Weather teams took this week to break them down. This included an interview with Muncie Mayor Dennis Tyler to discuss the steps that the city takes to keep its residents ahead of the storm.
Decades of difference: off-campus Village transitions from community space to student-focused district
Closed signs hang in the windows of what used to be Dill Street and The Locker Room bars. The Village Promenade towers along one side of University Avenue, once home to smaller shops like the Red Bird tequila bar and a Buffalo Wild Wings. Students are seeing The Village drastically transform over the course of just a few years.
PHOTO INDIANA STATE POLICE
Now in its 10th year, Sunshine Week continues to promote freedom of information and open government.
The Muncie Police Department has arrested six people that were involved in a home invasion and stabbing on March 11 at 1125 Rex St.
The Caffeinery is a locally owned coffee and tea house by Frank Reber and his wife Lauren, not pictured. The business opened up its doors last year on March 17. DN PHOTO BREANNA DAUGHERTY
Let's Spoon held their grand opening on March 13 in the Village. DN PHOTO ALAINA JAYE HALSEY