Muncie’s Pita Pit reopened Aug. 30 after nearly a two-month hiatus from the Village — under new management with a fresh coat of paint.
As the Muncie Fire Department prepares to release new ambulances next month, community members share both praise and controversy.
A music showcase showing off the talents of five faculty members will take place tomorrow night in Sursa Hall.
After a Facebook video showed an Indianapolis police officer striking a child multiple times went viral, the officer is now being charged.
Ball State sent a campus-wide public safety advisory email at around 5:30 p.m. Monday, after a report of a sexual assault on-campus residence hall.
Youtube channel Ryan’s Toyreviews was recently struck with a Federal Trade Commission complaint, claiming that their content was misleading children regarding any and all sponsored content.
With September being National Cholesterol Education Month, one Ball State program is offering medical testing open to the public.
More than 49,000 members of the United Auto Workers walked off General Motors factory floors or set up picket lines early Monday as contract talks with the company deteriorated into a strike.
The Center for Disease Control warns that e-cigarettes could be cause of severe lung disease.
The YWCA of Central Indiana hosted an event with the objective of accomplishing one part of their motto — “empowering women.”