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In just six months, police have arrested four Ball State affiliated people on charges that they downloaded child pornography — a string that one defense lawyer said was not surprising.
Rain showers are in the forecast for the next few days along with more fall like temperatures. A low pressure system has worked its way through the Ohio River Valley working its way southeast, bringing all the rain. Highs for Friday will reach 67 degrees, with showers in the early overnight hours, with a possibility for a popup shower in the evening hours. Sunday will be our next chance for clearing conditions, with a warming in addition. Temperatures will jump back into the 70s for a couple of days, with even a chance for the 80s by next Wednesday.
Ball State (3-1) and Northern Illinois (0-4) open up Mid-American Conference play Saturday at 3:30 p.m. at Scheumann Stadium.
Ball State's senior class doesn't know what it feels like.
A Ball State student who suffered finger injuries on campus two years ago is now suing the university.
Ball State soccer is one of four teams in the Mid-American Conference with a perfect conference record, but the Cardinals will put that on the line this weekend with a two-stop road trip in Michigan.
After a 3-0 start to the season and getting off to their best start in two years, Ball State field hockey (4-6, 0-2 MAC) has lost four straight games and six of their last seven.
To prepare for the working world, one Ball State student is taking on the role of producer and manager for eight musical artists on campus.
WASHINGTON (AP) — More Americans sought unemployment benefits last week but the number of applications remained low, the latest sign that layoffs are scarce.
Extra quizzes, tests, projects — it's that time of year again.
As a months-long construction project in Muncie nears completion, downtown developers anticipate increased patronage for businesses who lost money because of the traffic disruption.
There's one player on every football team who only sees the field when things don't go right: the punter.
Editor's Note: Emma Rogers and Tyson Bird are senior journalism majors who write "Dinner for 2ish" for the Daily News. Their views do not necessarily agree with those of the paper.
September was a big month for new technology gadgets. Apple’s annual press conference launched the iPhone 7, but there were other must-have tech products released this month too.
Students lined the hallways of the L.A. Pittenger Student Center Wednesday night ready to talk about a big topic at Ball State – diversity.
Lily Smitha is a freshman advertising major and writes "First Impressions" for the Daily News. Her views do not necessarily agree with those of the newspaper. Write to Lily at email@example.com.
For 10 hours on Sept. 30, Muncie will be filled with the sound of local bands as the 10th Muncie MusicFest takes place.
After Ball State's 31-27 win over Florida Atlantic, the duo that connected for the Cardinals' first touchdown of the game was honored Sept. 28.
The month of October means the onset of Halloween. From pumpkin picking to putting together creative costumes and even enjoying tons of yummy candy, it is no wonder that so many people love this spooky holiday.