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09/18/2014   Zombie properties, abandoned homes target of urban renewal in Muncie IN

A bold initiative undertaken by the community and college to rid inner city neighborhoods of abandoned homes will kick off Oct. 1. And Mayor Dennis Tyler is targeting property owners who flip property for a quick dollar, buying homes out of the tax sales and then returning them to the government after the money is made. One city attorney called those hundreds of homes "zombie properties" that are tied up in ownership and delinquent taxes even making it difficult for government to do anything with them.

09/14/2014   Delaware County deputy bonds out of jail after Saturday crash

It happened Saturday in Muncie, injuring Daily and two others. Daily was off duty and driving his personal vehicle at the time.

09/14/2014   Clean water a legacy in Muncie IN

A community gathering event like cleaning up White River never gets old for John Craddock, who pioneered water quality locally. Craddock, who wrote industrial pretreatment standards and showed the world how to clean its rivers and streams of pollution, lauded the Muncie Sanitary District's effort Saturday to pull tons of debris and trash out of the river.

09/14/2014   W/R Report: Sheriff's race a shootout with rubbera

W/R REPORT: Sheriff's race a shootout with rubber bands To say the race for Delaware County sheriff has been quiet is an understatement. Check out this story on The longtime source sounded incredulous last week: Why hadn't The W/R Report written about some damaging information concerning a candidate in the Nov. 4 election? With 50 days to go before the election, this has been a quiet campaign season to date.

09/14/2014   Expert: Tax incentives don't equal new jobs

Expert: Tax incentives don't equal new jobs Muncie and other communities offer incentives to attract jobs. But is it working? Check out this story on Ball State University economists Michael Hicks and Dagney Faulk looked at the issue and Hicks will present at a Distinguished Professor Lecture Series event on Tuesday.

09/13/2014   Police: Deputy facing DUI charges after Muncie crash

Police said a 23-year veteran of the Delaware County Sheriff's Department caused a four-car crash on Saturday in Muncie. Investigator Todd Daily is now facing several preliminary charges related to drinking and driving.

09/13/2014   38th annual Old Washington Street Festival this weekend

A neighborhood inhabited by some of Muncie's most prominent citizens more than a century ago comes alive this weekend for the 38th annual Old Washington Street Festival. And this year is unique to neighborhood activists Lynn Thornburg, Chris Poland and Mike Mavis who helped save the Emily Kimbrough home from taxes and ruination.

09/13/2014   Indiana State Sycamores at Ball State Cardinals: Gametime, Streaming, Radio, and More

A week after a heartbreaking loss against the Iowa Hawkeyes , the Ball State Cardinals return to Scheumann Stadium in Muncie, Indiana for a date with instate rival Indiana State . Indiana State is the second FCS opponent for the Cardinals this season, Ball State defeated Colgate 30-10 at Scheumann Stadium to open the season.

09/13/2014   Education Notebook: Purdue dishes out dollars

Education Notebook: Purdue dishes out dollars The Purdue College of Technology at Richmond has awarded $26,470 in scholarships this year. Check out this story on The Purdue College of Technology at Richmond has awarded $26,470 in scholarships to students for the 2014-15 academic year.

09/12/2014   Three arrested in drug probe

Three arrested in drug probe Muncie police on Friday arrested three men allegedly linked to selling drugs to students. Check out this story on Members of the Muncie Police Department's narcotics unit busted three men Friday for allegedly dealing drugs to college and high school students.

09/12/2014   CROP Walk fighting hunger one step at a time

CROP Walk fighting hunger one step at a time Annual CROP Walk raises awareness and funds to feed hungry, clothe naked, shelter homeless Check out this story on U.S. Census Bureau reports 31.5 percent of Muncie residents and 21 percent of Delaware County residents live below poverty level. As a single mother living on a McDonald's salary, Shatara Pettigrew pinches every bit of zinc and copper out of her pennies.

09/12/2014   Cause of fire that killed boy 'undetermined'

Cause of fire that killed boy 'undetermined' The specific cause of a May house fire that killed a 3-year-old Muncie boy is unknown. Check out this story on Authorities will likely never know the specific cause of a May 8 house fire that killed a 3-year-old boy.

09/12/2014   Fire kills toddler

TSP ARCHIVES: Tragedy on Daly Avenue 3-year-old boy dies in blaze Check out this story on MUNCIE--"It hurts. It hurts more when you're dealing with children.

09/12/2014   The Fray continues to evolve in Muncie IN

Front man Isaac Slade blared out the latest sound from The Fray's Helios track as guitarist Joe King was giving paparazzi a second look at Emens Auditorium this week. The first big concert on Ball State campus that created a camp out for tickets weeks ago finished like it began in a driving rain.

09/12/2014   For Teachers, Many Paths Into The Classroom ... Some Say Too Many

Indiana has just approved a license that clears a new pathway to the teaching profession. It allows anyone with a bachelor's degree, a B average, and approximately three years of related work experience to become a middle or high school teacher in a subject such as math, science or music, provided they pass a content test.

09/11/2014   Muncie farm supply store halts live goat raffle

The Rural King store in Muncie had planned to raffle off a young goat, selling tickets at $1 each. But the city's animal control agency on Wednesday fined the business $100 for raffling a live animal in violation of a local ordinance.

09/10/2014   City celebration and Spirit of Muncie

Central High School's Spirit of Muncie marching band and guard will be honored during a City Celebration this weekend. City Celebration will honor Spirit of Muncie band Central High School's Spirit of Muncie marching band and guard will be honored during a City Celebration this weekend.

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