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Delaware County Sheriff Mike Scroggins died early this morning (Frid) nearly a week after having shoulder surgery. Scroggins died in Ohio, at the home of a woman he was dating. The exact cause of death was not released. Muncie Mayor Dennis Tyler says Scroggins had a history of...
If you are thinking about getting out and fishing, but you don't have a license to fish in Indiana, the state has you covered this weekend. It's one of four free fishing weekends of the year that Phil Bloom, with the state's Department of Natural Resources says, is intended to...
Third District Congressman Marlin Stutzman's decision to run for the Senate has touched off a Republican free-for-all for his House seat. Less than a week after Stutzman announced he'd give up his House seat, four candidates have jumped in already, while two more say they're...
Stormy weather is headed toward Indiana. National Weather Service Meteorologist Jason Puma says there's a chance for thunderstorms Friday through Monday across the entire state. Puma says strong, upper-level systems combined with warmer, humid air are creating conditions for...
USS Indianapolis survivor Clarence Hershberger (in white hat) attending a survivor's reunion (image courtesy of USSIndyradio.org) Another of the remaining survivors of the sinking of the USS Indianapolis has died. Clarence Hershberger was a native of Nappanee and will be buried...
An Indiana religious leader says a new national study presents a "call to action" for churches of all faiths across America. Indianapolis-based Christian Theological Seminary President Dr. Matthew Myer Boulton is speaking out on findings of the Pew Research Center's latest study...
There will be no more hog wrestling at the Delaware County Fair . After seven years of hosting the competition where individuals or teams paid for the chance to catch a large hog inside a mud pit and place it in a tire, the board of the fair decided to cancel the event this year...
Community Health Network is expanding in a major way. CEO Bryan Mills announced Thursday that they're investing nearly $250 million on two, new large building projects. They include a new $175 million replacement facility on the Community Hospital East campus and a new $60...
Jon Riveire (image courtesy of Bloomington Police) A student ethics employee at IU Bloomington has been charged with trading child porn from his campus computer. Jon Riveire, 32, was arrested on Tuesday according to a release from Bloomington Police after they got a tip from the...