Good Thursday evening! Well above average temperatures have returned to central Indiana yet again the past several day. This Thursday we hit a high of 71 degrees, which is over 20 degrees warmer for our average this time of year! Friday will bring more warm weather, with a high of 71 degrees. We'll see an increase in cloud coverage throughout the day, along with increasing winds. Saturday will bring a massive drop in temperature, with a high of only 42 degrees for the daily high. In addition, Friday night heading into Saturday morning could bring some rain showers or possibly some snow flurries depending on how cold it gets. If snow does fall, it will be a light dusting that will melt due to the surface still being warmer than the freezing point. Make sure to give us a follow on Twitter @NLIWeather!
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Bell ringing in the Muncie community will begin tomorrow.
The holiday season is still more than a month away, however, that doesn't prevent stores from displaying festive promotions before the Thanksgiving turkey even hits the dinner table.
This week’s 24-hour boil order aside, Muncie’s water supply appears to be safe — especially when it comes to levels of lead, a contaminant that has rocked communities across the country, including several in Indiana.
Mallory Weil // Newslink Indiana
The University Police Department is redefining what law enforcement is at Ball State through community policing.
Secret Families, a nonprofit that provides gifts to families in need, is looking for volunteers and monetary donations to prepare for the shopping and delivery day of the gifts on Dec. 3.
Not all Hoosiers are happy with the new president-elect.
The weather these past few weeks have been really confusing. And that pattern will continue during the next week. With highs changing from 51 tomorrow and to 69 on next Friday. The temperatures will be ranging from the mid 50s to the high 60s. The sun will also be shinning bright over the course of the whole week, as there is no rain in our forecast at all. There is a chance for an overnight freeze, so make sure that you cover your outdoor plants if you still have some. The lows during the weekend will be in low to mid 30s. So if you're heading out at night then make sure to bundle up. For further weather information, don't forget to check us out on twitter @NLIWeather!
Republicans won the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate in this year's election.
This Veterans Day, the Indiana Commission for Higher Education has unveiled a revamped website, LearnMoreIndiana.org/military, in an effort to help local veterans successfully transition into higher education, the workforce and civilian life after service.
Many people didn’t vote on Election Day — but not for lack of trying.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- As a very hectic week comes to an end, the weekend is almost here! Veteran's Day is tomorrow and it will be a nice day to thank our Veteran's for their service. Tomorrow brings a high of 56 with sunny skies, but temperatures are going to drop soon after. A cold front will move through Indiana tomorrow, which will drop temperatures but will luckily not have any rain associated with it. For Saturday, temperatures are going to be in the upper 40s, but will still have lots of sunshine. Temperatures will get a bit warmer on Sunday with highs in the mid 50s, and those conditions are going to continue throughout the beginning of next week as well. By Thursday next week, temperatures will get back to normal, with highs around 60. For further weather information, don't forget to check us out on twitter @NLIWeather!
The long election season resulted in polarizing voting results for Ball State students and the surrounding community.
Ball State junior William Walker will not be taking a spot on the Muncie Community School Board.
In a twist that many are calling unexpected, Donald Trump has won the presidency.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Republican Eric Holcomb has won the Indiana governor's race, a little more than three months after replacing Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence as the GOP nominee.
Voting third party, predictably, wasn't a popular choice for many Hoosiers.
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Election Day is a crazy time for everyone involved, especially those volunteering at the polls.