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A Ball State student fatally shot an armed robber at her apartment early Saturday – and was then arrested herself after police said they discovered 30 grams of marijuana and $10,000 in cash.
With the air getting colder and the leaves changing color, the autumn season is beginning to hit us full force. To make your dorm room feel warm and cozy this fall, try out one of these easy and low-cost ideas.
“Harry Potter” fans will have the chance to experience all eight films on the largest movie screen in Indiana.
Ball State’s sport and exercise psychology master’s program has been named one of the best in the United States, according to Online Psychology Degrees.
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.
The traditional classroom setting isn't for everyone so some students have turned to the option of taking classes online.
Hundreds of Native American tribes across the country have been gathering to speak out against the construction of an oil pipeline close to the Sioux Nation reservation in North Dakota.
It's another beautiful day in Delaware County as we expect to climb to a high of 82 degrees today which is close to the record high of 84 set back in 1982. Hurricane Matthew is the big national focus as it continues to make a northwest path up the east coast. So far, the main threat has been rain and hurricane force winds. Matthew will continue to track up towards South Carolina before heading back out into the Atlantic Ocean. Closer to home, Muncie can expect the chance for a few pop up showers later this evening, but then major clearing as the rest of the weekend and the start of the next work week looks sunny. Temperatures will remain in the 70s for the majority of the week, but lows will begin to drop down into the 40s and 50s, so light jackets for the morning may be needed. For more weather information follow us on Twitter @NLIWeather.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana)--Hurricane Matthew is considered the first category four hurricane in the Caribbean in fifty-two years. Hurricane Cleo threatened Haiti, the Bahamas, and Cuba as a category four in 1964. This hurricane comes six years later after Haiti was affected by a magnitude seven earthquake. Bridges have been washed away making it even harder to get those heavily affected by Matthew, the main one being the La Digue Bridge that separates southwest Haiti from the rest of the country. As of Wednesday, the United States has sent nine military helicopters to help with rescues and bringing supplies. As hurricane Matthew gets closer and closer to the United States. The state of Florida is taking necessary actions. Florida Governor Rick Scott says quote "this storm will kill you". President Obama has declared Florida under a state of emergency. The National Guard has deployed over six-thousand to help get everyone to evacuate before it's too late. Scott removed tolls on the Florida turnpike; alligator alley, central Florida expressway authority and the Miami-Dade express way authority to increase evacuation. Walt Disney world is closing all of its parks. Miami international airport has cancelled ninety percent of their flight schedule. Along with Florida, the governors of North and South Carolina have also issued state of emergencies. The hurricane is currently a category 3 with winds sustained at around 120 mph and is located off the coast near Daytona Beach. Stay tuned to NewsLink Indiana weather for more updates and follow us on twitter @NLIWeather
While many would say relationships are traditionally monogamous, some people don’t think their love should be confined to one person.
In the past, the Ethics Theatre Alliance has marched as a way to spread awareness for trans and black lives, but this time it was for those whom have survived sexual assault.
Ball State soccer head coach Craig Roberts doesn’t refer to his substitute players as "subs." He calls them game changers.
When Mike Neu and John Bonamego shake hands before the game on Saturday, it won't be the first meeting between the two. It'll be more like a reunion.
Hurricane Matthew is estimated to cause $269 billion in damages — the most expensive hurricane in U.S. history — said professor of business and economic research Michael Hicks.
A recent report shows Indiana has one of the higher pay wage gaps in the country.
Muncie gained a new community member last night — a bison named Neolin.
The gymnastics team has released its schedule for the 2016-17 season. The team will face off against three teams who broke the top 25 NCAA polls last season (Missouri, Kentucky and George Washington).
WASHINGTON (AP) — A lack of trust in law enforcement and burdensome hiring criteria are among the barriers to creating more diverse police agencies, according to a federal report Wednesday.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — Leaving more than 100 dead in its wake across the Caribbean, Hurricane Matthew steamed toward heavily populated Florida with terrifying winds of 140 mph Thursday, and 2 million people across the Southeast were warned to flee inland.