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.
Long lines formed during the early morning hours on Election Day at the 25th and 26th precincts at the First Presbyterian Church as people were trying to cast their vote before heading to work.
Members of the Muncie and Ball State communities have been making their ways to the polls since 6 a.m.
Although the presidential race is at the forefront of everyone’s attention today, Indiana has many other important races going on.
MUNCIE, IN (Cardinal WX) - Good Morning and happy Election Day! Today is November 8th and Cardinal WX has all your weather updates to get your day started out at the polls. So breaking it down, not too bad of weather, but we will be seeing some rain showers throughout the day. You can expect cloudy conditions for when the polls open and those scattered rain chances to stay throughout the day. Not a major rain event, Muncie expecting about 0.17". Winds will stay moderately low, but we do expect a cold front to move through our area bringing high wind gusts coming from the north. This cold front will bring us back down to our normal temperatures for the rest of the week. To stay in the know on all things news and weather, make sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on twitter @Cardinal_WX.
Muncie, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- Hello and happy Monday! Today we reached a high of 70° in Muncie with sunny skies. Overnight lows will get down to 47° with mostly clear conditions. Tomorrow we keep things dry early with highs getting up to 61° but rain showers will enter the region by the early afternoon so if you plan to vote tomorrow the best time appears to be earlier in the day (before 3 P.M.). High temperatures through the remainder of the week are expected to be in the mid to upper 50's until the weekend as highs will plunge into the upper 40's and lower 50's. For further weather information, don't forget to check us out on twitter @NLIWeather!
For many college students, this election will be the first time they can exercise their right to vote. This can leave many students with multiple questions about Election Day Nov. 8.
Community members have joined together in an effort to help ease the struggles of refugees in northern Iraq.
Ball State junior William Walker has more on his plate than just schoolwork; he's running for a spot on the Muncie Community Schools school board.
Democratic politicians running for state or national offices came by Muncie with a message for Delaware County, the City of Muncie and the students of Ball State.
About three years ago, English professor Darolyn Jones won the Excellence in Teaching Award, which allowed her to redesign a course of her choice.
Happy Halloween! Highs today reached the high-50s. Spooky clear skies expected tonight with a low around 55. Record breaking temperatures come into the forecast for tomorrow and Wednesday. The high is expected to be 76 on Tuesday, where the record is 77 set back in 1999. High on Wednesday looks to be around 78, now remember on average we are normally around only 57 degrees as a high. This is very abnormal especially to start out November. Pacers play the Lakers tomorrow at 7pm at Bankers Life, expect temperatures to be in the low 70s when you arrive and the high 60s when you leave. If you are headed out to Cleveland for the World Series, expect partly cloudy skies with temperature around 70 for the first pitch. We see out next rain chance move through the area on Thursday and will most likely be in the morning hours and accumulation is anywhere between 0.06"-0.18". After this rain passes through, sunny beautidul skies for the rest of the week and into the weekend with highs in the high-50s to low-60s.
Steve Stewart, police chief for the Muncie Police Department, resigned from his position on Oct. 31.
Ball State students will be able to cast their ballot for candidates who want to represent Indiana in the United States Senate on Nov. 8 if they haven’t already through early voting. The race is between Democrat Evan Bayh, Libertarian Lucy Brenton and Republican Todd Young.
The gubernatorial race has been a lot more civil compared to the presidential race while focusing on the issues. Democrat John Gregg, Libertarian Rex Bell and Republican Eric Holcomb are all on Indiana’s ticket for governor and the last day to vote is at the polls on Nov. 8.
The Indiana Supreme Court held oral arguments on a case in John R. Emens Auditorium Oct. 27.
A blue donkey, red elephant, yellow porcupine and a green globe gathered together to share their party’s plans for the future of the U.S. Wednesday.
Recent police brutality highlighted in the media has caught the attention of some in the Muncie community.