Gubernatorial candidate John Gregg visited Muncie for the Jefferson Jackson Day Dinner on Sept. 17 to speak to prospective voters about his campaign.
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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.
Muncie landmark Burkie's Drive-in is now for sale and has closed for the season a few weeks early.
The libertarian candidate for president came to Indiana on Sept. 13 for a public forum at Purdue University to talk about his views on key issues.
Since its opening in March, Craves Delivery has experienced a warm welcoming from Ball State students.
Just over four years ago, Ball State graduate Nathan Morin, aka the Deodorant King of Chicago, founded North Coast Organics — a brand dedicated to providing customers with an organic, top-shelf deodorant.
The Saudi Student Club held an Eid al-Adha celebration Sept.12 at Cornerstone Center for the Arts that featured prayers, a magician, games and food.
We are starting to see those fall-like temperatures move into the forecast. Low tonight of 56 degrees, which about on average for the beginning of September. Tomorrow a high of 82 degrees with partly cloudy skies. Another beautiful day to get outside and mow the lawn or do some homework outside! Wednesday has a chance of scattered showers throughout the day with overcast skies. To end the end week, highs in the mid-70s with sunny skies. If you are heading out to watch Ball State take on Eastern Kentucky, you may want to bring an umbrella since there is a high chance of storms. For all the most updated weather information, follow us on Twitter @NLIWeather.
Ball State student volunteers spent their Saturday morning making a difference.
Editor's note: A previous version of this story said Deon Young was arrested in connection to a previous shooting incident near the Village Pantry on Aug. 28. Muncie Police Department Sgt. Brent Brown confirmed that Young was not related to that incident.
The loss of two sporting good stores is being felt by the Muncie community, but for a small group of Ball State students, it's also going to impact their paychecks.
At approximately 8:30 p.m. Sept. 1, two armed gunman were reported on Ball State's campus near DeHority residence hall. Both suspects were reported as white males — one wearing a pink shirt and khaki pants, the other wearing a long black shirt and khaki shorts.
Downtown Muncie is in the middle of a major construction project.
The month of September is National Preparedness Month, and the American Red Cross Blood Program is hoping to use the coming weeks to ensure there is enough blood in stock for nearly 3,000 hospitals around the country.
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The Ball State University Police Department is investigating a report of sexual assault that occurred in a campus residence hall on Aug. 25.
When Noah Jeffries saw the emergency weather alert pop up on his phone during an astronomy class, he knew it was time to go.
TEAMwork for Quality Living will be putting on the first ever DreamFest on Aug. 27 from noon to 5 p.m. at the Delaware County fairgrounds.