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The area was first settled in the 1770s by the Delaware Indians, who had been transported from their tribal lands near the east coast to Ohio and eastern Indiana. They founded several towns along the White River including Munsee Town, near the site of present-day Muncie. The tribes were forced to cede their land to the federal government and move farther west in 1818, and in 1820 the area was opened to white settlers.

Population: 65287
Local Newspapers: The Star Press
Local Sports Teams: Indianapolis Colts (NFL) Indiana Pacers (NBA) Indiana Fever (WNBA) Indianapolis Indians (International League baseball)
Local Colleges: Ball State University

Zip Codes associated with muncie, indiana: 47302 47303 47304 47305
Towns/Cities near muncie, indiana : Albany Yorktown Winchester Hartford City

Muncie News
I&M plan calls for hefty rate increase

I&M President and COO Toby Thomas recently announced I&M has filed a "Building the Future" plan with the independent, bi-partisan Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission, specifying work to "reliably and responsibly serve customers" in the ways they want to be served. "We have asked the commission to adjust our rates to reflect those costs," Thomas said.

Muncie man dealt drugs from Castleton Mall shoea

Authorities allege a Muncie man, included in last week's arrests, used a shoe store in Castleton Square Mall as a front for his drug-dealing business. Police: Muncie man dealt drugs from Castleton Mall shoe store Authorities allege a Muncie man, included in last week's arrests, used a shoe store in Castleton Square Mall as a front for his drug-dealing business.

Teachers owe Muncie school district $700,000

Teachers must repay MCS $700,000 for insurance MCS teachers will have to make up $700,000 in health insurance premium underpayments Check out this story on thestarpress.com: http://tspne.ws/2xcDzOj MUNCIE - Teachers at deficit-ridden Muncie Community Schools have agreed to repay the school district about $700,000 for underpayment of health insurance premiums over the two previous school years. The teachers have entered a memorandum of agreement allowing the reimbursements to be paid over 18 pay periods, according to Steve Edwards, a state-appointed emergency manager of the district.

Man gets 10 years in post-office episode

A Muncie man convicted of trying to strike police officers with his car was sentenced to 10 years in prison Monday. Man gets 10 years in post-office episode A Muncie man convicted of trying to strike police officers with his car was sentenced to 10 years in prison Monday.

MCS Superintendent Baule blasts ISTEP

MCS Superintendent Baule blasts ISTEP Does ISTEP measure student achievement or poverty? Check out this story on thestarpress.com: http://tspne.ws/2y7tl0Z MUNCIE - Two-thirds of Burris Laboratory School students in grades 3-8 passed the state's ISTEP student achievement tests in both English and math. Other numbers could explain the difference: 15.4 percent of Burris students are eligible for free meals while 67.8 percent of MCS students are eligible.

Former Indiana bailiff sues sheriff over his firing

A former central Indiana bailiff is suing the county's sheriff, alleging that he was fired because he planned to run for sheriff. Vernon Jackson had been a security officer at the Delaware County Building in Muncie for about a decade before his firing last year.

'A catch and release program'

Authorities say they often lose track of defendants after they are found not guilty of crimes by reason of insanity. 'A catch and release program' Authorities say they often lose track of defendants after they are found not guilty of crimes by reason of insanity.

Deputy arrested as part of suspected family drug ring

A Delaware County sheriff's deputy is facing several drug charges this week after Muncie police say he is responsible for assisting a family drug ring stretching from Muncie to Indianapolis. Muncie police officers arrested Deputy Jerry Parks, 37, late Thursday evening at his home in the 4300 block of Glenwood Avenue.

Muncie teachers asked to pay back thousands in insurance costs

Teachers had been working under an old contract from 2015 to 2017, while the Muncie Teachers Association and the school district negotiated and finalized a new deal. Teachers' insurance premiums increased for those two years, and Monday it was announced they'd have to pay back the difference.

Drug ring spanning Indianapolis to Muncie busted by police

Seventeen people were arrested the week of Sept. 11, 2017, accused of being part of a narcotics operation spanning from Indianapolis to Muncie The investigation began in March.

Ex-banker faces sentencing in theft case

The former assistant manager of a Muncie bank branch could be sentenced to up to seven years in prison at a Monday hearing. Ex-banker faces sentencing in theft case The former assistant manager of a Muncie bank branch could be sentenced to up to seven years in prison at a Monday hearing.

Muncie schools must make up days canceled over bus troubles

Students in the Muncie Community Schools will have to make up the two days of classes that were canceled last month because of widespread bus transportation troubles. District Superintendent Steve Baule tells The Star Press that the Indiana Department of Education denied a request for a waiver to not make up those days.

Gospel singer sentenced for sexual exploitation of a minor

The U.S. Department of Justice has announced a traveling gospel singer from Muncie, Indiana has been sentenced to 60 years in prison for sexual exploitation of a minor and distribution of child pornography. Acting U.S. Attorney of the Central District of Illinois Patrick Hansen says Shawn Shannon, 45, was convicted of 19 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor and one count of distribution of child pornography.

Ward: MadJax money a gamble

Ward: MadJax big loan a gamble Muncie taxpayers are backing a $4.5 million loan for MadJax maker project. Check out this story on thestarpress.com: http://tspne.ws/2x05yR8 The exterior of Madjax still looks like the old Cintas warehouse, but will slowly see minor improvements, while maintaining the industrial style of the building.

I&M to invest $48 million on rebuild project in Indiana

American Electric Power's Indiana Michigan Power plans to invest about $48 million on the Muncie-Anderson Transmission Line Rebuild Project to improve the electric transmission system in East Central Indiana. According to a project fact sheet, the project includes rebuilding about 21 miles of double-circuit, 138-kV transmission line, retiring about five miles of overhead transmission line, and retiring about two miles of underground transmission line.

Muncie couple held in robbery spree

A Muncie couple - compared by a police officer to Bonnie and Clyde - were arrested early Wednesday in a spree of recent convenience store robberies. Muncie couple held in robbery spree A Muncie couple - compared by a police officer to Bonnie and Clyde - were arrested early Wednesday in a spree of recent convenience store robberies.

2 retirees banned from Muncie schools settle with district

Two retired educators who sued Muncie Community Schools for banning them from school property after they criticized the district have reached settlements lifting the ban and awarding each of them $15,000. School board members approved the settlements Tuesday with retired teacher Kay Rankin and retired principal Mike Ryan.

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