Local leaders will meet at the Alumni Center to discuss possible improvements to food availability.
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Muncie, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- Happy Monday everyone! Today we reached a high temperature of 62° with sunny skies but our lows overnight will drop down to 37°. Tomorrow we keep things dry with partly cloudy skies and highs climbing to 57°. By Wednesday rain showers return and won't push out of the area until the weekend with high temperatures to remain in the mid 50's to lower 60's. For further weather coverage, be sure to follow us on twitter @NLIWeather!
Teaching is one of the first professions we are introduced to as children. However, only four percent of high school graduates in the U.S. pursue a degree in education, according to data collected in 2015 from ACT participants.
American elections aren't overly interesting to Gary Younge, editor-at-large for the Guardian, a British media outlet.
Being locked in a room with clues to find, puzzles to solve and keys to use is what Escape Muncie is all about.
Delaware County recently became one of the first two Indiana communities to be recognized as an “Indiana Healthy Community.”
“It is nice to be close to home. When you hit a campaign trail for a statewide office, anything between about a 200-mile radius is called home, but this is truly home," Says Yorktown Schools Superintendent Jennifer McCormick, "I’m about five minutes from home so this is really nice.”
Many college kids are on a budget, and these 15 restaurants give a tempting incentive — free food — to sign up for their email chains or download their apps.
“It’s kind of a creative way to brand the neighborhood so we got some funding that had been provided by a couple of different entities,” said President of Riverside/Normal City Association Jeff Eads.
Above average temperatures will continue for Muncie and the majority of Indiana into tomorrow, with a high of 80. Expect a cold front and a low pressure system to move through our area later Wednesday evening, bring fall-like temperatures back and some rainy conditions. Highs in the mid-70s for Wednesday and then even cooler with highs in the low 60s for Thursday. A cool-spell will come for the weekend with highs only in the 50s. Saturday is the Homecoming football game for BSU. If you plan to attend, make sure to grab a coat and an umbrella as highs will only be in the 50s.
Twenty-eight years ago, members of the LGBTQ+ community established National Coming Out Day, a time for celebrating coming out stories and raising awareness of the LGBTQ+ community.
Positivity can often be derived from negative situations. In the aftermath of the Orlando Pulse shootings, four artists came together to support an idea fostered by artist and co-founder Faith Kellermeyer.
“Harry Potter” fans will have the chance to experience all eight films on the largest movie screen in Indiana.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- Today was yet again another gorgeous day here in Muncie, Indiana. With way above average highs in the low 80s, things are feeling a lot warmer than what they should this time of year. In face we are close to 20 degrees above average for our high temperatures. But our low temperatures are just about average for this time of year. There is a dome of high pressure moving into the air for this weekend which will bring along with it cooler temperatures in the upper 60s as well as sunny conditions throughout the whole weekend. When students come back from fall break the temperatures will continue to rise all throughout the week into the mid to upper 70s. As we hit next Friday, we have a chance for some rain showers which will drop our highs back into the 60s.
Muncie gained a new community member last night — a bison named Neolin.
The undead were present at the Maring-Hunt Library, looking for human brains to satisfy their never-ending hunger. They ran through hallways in hordes, clawed doors down and took chunks of meat out of the living.
Halloween isn’t just about costumes and candy.
The long-standing men's volleyball house caught fire Wednesday morning, but no one was injured and the damage was contained to the kitchen.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A federal appeals court on Monday dismissed as "nightmare speculation" Indiana Gov. Mike Pence's fears that Syrian refugees could commit acts of terror, siding with a judge who blocked Pence's order seeking to prevent agencies from helping resettle the immigrants in the state.
MUNCIE, Ind. -- Muncie hosted some of the world’s best in music and sound design on Saturday.