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The city of Anderson is named for Chief William Anderson, whose father was Swedish and whose mother was a Lenape Delaware Native American. William Anderson is his English name and his Native American name is Kikthawenund, meaning "making a noise" or "causing to crack." The motto of Anderson is "Performance. Talent. Inspiration." Notable residents of Anderson have included actor James Rebhorn (White Collar, Meet the Parents, The Talented Mr. Ripley) and singer Kris Roe (The Ataris).

Population: 59734
Local Newspapers: Herald Bulletin Indianapolis Star
Local Sports Teams: Indianapolis Colts (NFL) Indiana Fever (WNBA) Indiana Firebirds (AFL) Indiana Pacers (NBA)
Local Colleges: Anderson University

Zip Codes associated with anderson, indiana: 46011 46012 46013 46016 46017
Towns/Cities near anderson, indiana : Middletown Edgewood Muncie Yorktown Pendleton New Castle Lapel

Anderson News
Prosecutor treats overdose deaths as homicides, pursues drug dealers

Madison County is taking on an epidemic of deadly drug overdoses by treating overdose deaths as homicides and going after the dealers. Police and prosecutors in Anderson deal with overdoses and dealers every day, but one case is so different in so many ways.

Caesars deal could create gaming juggernaut in Indiana

Las Vegas-based Caesars Entertainment Corp. is in the final stages of negotiations to buy locally based Centaur Gaming's Hoosier Park casino in Anderson and Indiana Grand casino in Shelbyville, Bloomberg News is reporting.

Former IN school custodian gets 6 years for sex with student

A former custodian at a central Indiana school has been sentenced to six years in prison for having sex with a 14-year-old student. Brady Blu Milam was sentenced Wednesday by a Delaware County judge who said he would consider allowing the Anderson man to serve some of his sentence on home detention if he completes a sex offender treatment program in prison.

IN Fire Dept. Interviewing to Fill Vacancies

Nov. 14--ANDERSON, IN-- Anderson Fire Department expects to be at the full budgeted amount of 110 firefighters sometime in January. Fire Chief Dave Cravens said Monday there are currently 107 firefighters, but two to four of them could be leaving the department by the end of the year.

Two faces charges in Muncie woman's slaying

Two men, one a former Muncie resident, face preliminary charges stemming from a Muncie woman's fatal shooting in a Chesterfield home. ANDERSON, Ind.

Anderson researches electric fencing laws

ANDERSON, Ind. -- The City of Anderson has removed from its council agenda plans to discuss an ordinance governing electric fences on property within city limits.

Bakery turns struggle into sweet thingStephenson had the Wonder Woman ...

Teresa Stephenson wanted to do something special for her friend Janet Erlandson's birthday, but after a long trip in the car, her cake took a tumble, and things almost fell apart. Stephenson and Erlandson grew up together in Anderson, Indiana.

'Person of interest' interviewed by police after two people are shot in Chesterfield

Officers responded to 911 calls reports sounds of shots fired in the area of Pass St. and Mulberry St. around 7:00 pm. Police found two people with apparent gunshot wounds.

Anderson teen shot in the face

ANDERSON, Ind. A teen was shot in the face in Anderson Friday night. Anderson police said the teen, believed to be 14 or 15 years of age, was shot in the 900 block of Walnut Street near Anderson University.

Police say man with phony credentials sought donations for FOP kids program

ANDERSON, Ind. - Police are looking for a man they say used phony credentials to raise money for a children's program.

Utility rates decrease for Anderson customers

ANDERSON, Ind. For the second consecutive year, communities in Anderson will see a decrease in their electric bills.

Couple hurt during Anderson home invasion

ANDERSON, Ind. - Police are looking for three armed men who robbed and beat two people during a violent home invasion.


A 42-year-old Indiana woman was arrested after police discovered her in the parking lot of a Home Depot store, allegedly living in the back of a U-Haul rental truck with several other people and multiple dogs, according to Lower Paxton Township police. Chasity Christian, of Anderson, IN, is charged with receiving stolen property, police say.

IN: Clearing Hurdle for New Bus Terminal in Anderson

Oct. 29--ANDERSON -- The city of Anderson has started the process of obtaining a downtown property for a new bus terminal. The Federal Transit Administration has reviewed and accepted the environmental study for the proposed City of Anderson Transit System terminal on the northeast corner of 13th and Jackson streets.

Indiana man to be sentenced for crash that hurt 2

BOWLING GREEN An Anderson, Ind., man whose car crashed into a motorcycle on U.S. 6, injuring two people more than two years ago, is to be sentenced Dec. 13 in Wood County Common Pleas Court. Michael Ratcliffe, 44, pleaded guilty Oct. 12 to two counts of vehicular assault, both fourth-degree felonies, for an Oct. 10, 2015 crash that injured Raymond Baumer, Jr., of Fostoria and his passenger, Sheila Clark.

Stay Hungry feasts on $600,000 Crown

Stay Hungry and driver Doug McNair take the Breeders Crown 2-Year-Old Colt and Gelding Pace at Hoosier Park Saturday night. ANDERSON, Ind.

Police seek Anderson robbery suspect

ANDERSON, Ind. - Police in Madison County are looking for a man who robbed a local credit union and got away.

Film festival: action, adventure on big screen

A bit of the Old West will spill from the screen at the eighth annual YES Film Festival Friday through Sunday. In fact, a 10-member group of costumed, Western re-enactors will display real, unloaded weapons - six-guns and the like - Friday evening in honor of the 1953 Oscar-nominated classic "Shane" to be presented.

Opponent of landfill wants Indiana county to pay legal fees

A central Indiana man wants county officials to pay the legal bills opponents of a proposed landfill incurred in their decades-long battle against the project. The Mallard Lake landfill was proposed in 1978 for a 13-acre site just northeast of Anderson, but local residents formed the Killbuck Concerned Citizens Association to fight it.

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