Protesters gather at Muncie City Hall for a protest against Police Brutality on Feb. 5. 2023. Olivia Ground, DN

Protesters chant outside Muncie City Hall in “Unite Against Police Brutality” protest.

As a member of the Party of Socialism and Liberation in Muncie, Indiana, Mark Elliott gathered with around a dozen other people, held a sign and stood outside of the City Council building in the “Unite Against Police Brutality” protest Feb. 5. The two most prevalent signs at the protest read “Justice for Tyre Nichols. Jail Killer Cops!” and “The people demand: End Police Terror.”



SPORTS

The City of Champions

“I think that's a huge part of it. I think it's amazing, I see that, and I want to get that for our kids here at Muncie central. [I want to] partner with Sports Link and Burris again, and kinda get some of our kids involved and make it even bigger,” Halloway said. 




NEWS

Muncie bookstore plans to reopen after renovation

“The sad thing is though, because of the weather and COVID, the contractors have fallen behind about a month. So we should have been back open about the first of the month. So right now, we are just kind of in limbo,” Edwards said. 



WEATHER

Chilly mid week ahead

Weather Forecaster Rachel Sherfey tracks a chilly remainder of the week, as well as a warm up on the way. 


WEATHER

Colder temperatures continue

Assistant Chief Weather Forecaster Oliver Moster is anticipating cooler temperatures for Central Indiana for the rest of the week.







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