For five hours on Sunday, Toyota of Muncie will be filled with anything but cars.
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For six years, Eamon Declan Hegarty has been playing bagpipes. And by the sixth week of his college career, everyone at Ball State knew it.
Muncie residents and Ball State students took a trip through time and visited the lives of past community members.
Hoosier heritage came blazing through Delaware County Sept. 27.
Today is National Voter Registration day. Indiana voters need to register before October 11 to be able to vote in the general election.
Rain showers and fall temperatures moved through Muncie this morning. Those showers pushed through to the east and brought beautiful sunny skies. Another gorgeous day in store tomorrow with highs in the low-70s. Rain showers come back into the forecast for the rest of the week and into the weekend. As these showers roll through, temperatures will only be in the low to mid-60s. If you are heading out to the Ball State football game on Saturday bring a jacket and an umbrella as we are expecting a high around 66 with rainy conditions.
Last season Ball State had one of the most ineffective pass rushes in the country, ranking 109th with just 17 sacks in 12 games. And in his first year as defensive coordinator for the Cardinal's, Tim Daoust isn't exactly sure where they went wrong.
Cardinals for Camo will be hosting their first 4k to help and support those who have sacrificed their lives for our country.
2018 is already looking to be a promising year for the city of Muncie.
A 25-year-old man robbed a Marathon station on the westside of Muncie early Thursday morning because he was facing eviction and needed rent money, police said.
The presidential election and Indiana’s Gubernatorial race aren’t the only elections on Nov. 8.
In an effort to help those effected by the EF3 tornado that went through Kokomo on Aug. 24, damaging hundreds of homes and businesses, the Ball Brothers Foundation has awarded a $25,000 grant to the Indiana Region of the American Red Cross.
Out of all the businesses affected by the construction in downtown Muncie, The Downtown Farm Stand has taken one of the hardest hits, says the owner.
Construction in downtown Muncie is hurting sales of some small businesses but will give them millions of dollars in upgrades, says a city official.
Learning how to be an adult can be hard for young people, but the Muncie Public Library is hoping to make that adjustment easier.
The 2,300 acres of forest and wetlands near the White River will be more prominent than ever on Sept. 24 as Hoosier Environmental Council hosts its annual Ride for the Mounds.
Gubernatorial candidate John Gregg visited Muncie for the Jefferson Jackson Day Dinner on Sept. 17 to speak to prospective voters about his campaign.
The 10th annual Living Lightly Fair will be on Sept. 17 at Minnetrista from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The new Muncie Animal Shelter is now open to the public and houses more cats and dogs than ever before.