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A longtime local business burned over the weekend, but its owner vowed Tuesday that his business will not go up in smoke. "We're up and running," said John Davis, whose Davis Brothers Greenhouse burned on Saturday. "I'm delivering orders today."
Government leaders went to work this week, offering incentives to guarantee millions of dollars in new development during 2014. And some members of Muncie City Council want to make sure whether it is the new Dick's Sporting Goods near the Muncie
Monday's front brought trace amounts of rain to Muncie and Bloomington, but temperatures still soared to 50 in some spots...Highs hit the low 40s in Lafayette and Kokomo, and mid 40s in Richmond, Indianapolis and Terre Haute...Colder air rushes in
Stately Charles Mason offered his interpretation of the Bible to oppose a ban on same sex marriage in the Indiana Constitution. A former Episcopal minister, Mason said how God mentioned heterosexual couples nearly 300 times in the Bible and then went
Muncie Community School officials and their Tea Party opponents to higher taxes agreed it was no surprise Friday when the Indiana Department of Transportation declined to bail out their transportation needs. The state denied a waiver to delay ending
Ball State receiver Willie Snead is giving up his final year of eligibility to enter the NFL draft...Last season, Snead had 106 receptions for 1,516 and 15 touchdowns all single-season school records. He also was a first-team all-Mid-American
Delaware County is now under an Orange Travel Advisory Watch according to Homeland Security and other officials. The weather in Muncie this afternoon is expected to be mostly sunny and cold, with a high near 2...West southwest wind 14 to 16 mph, with
The fight over same sex marriage in Indiana came to Fort Wayne and Muncie on Saturday in search of preserving equal protection under the law. Freedom Indiana, that supports same sex marriage and opposes the ban against it in the Indiana Constitution,
A bold property tax plan by Gov. Mike Pence has lawmakers and others wondering about the future of government and education. Pence proposed to repeal taxes on business equipment that would take $1 billion out of government and school coffers, some
The state of Indiana has appealed a recent decision to decrease the amount of money major tobacco companies are ordered to pay as a result of smoke-related illnesses, and local health department officials are equally concerned about future funding.