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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
Police: Adults gave baby with broken leg marijuana

Police say after her baby girl suffered a broken leg, a Muncie mom and her boyfriend failed to seek medical treatment, but gave the infant marijuana. MUNCIE, Ind.

Man held in knife attack on woman - again

A decade after he was convicted of attacking a woman with a knife, a Muncie man early Monday was accused of doing it again. MUNCIE, Ind.

W/R: Checking in with failed schemes of the past

The holidays are a good time to remember those important to us - or at least those who showed up in Delaware County with grand ideas for job-creating economic development that never came to pass. We last wrote about Oliver Viehweider in 2013, when a wind turbine specialist from Canada contacted W/R to ask about Viehweider after reading past coverage.

Historic Indiana Fieldhouse Hit by Storm Insured for Nearly $10M

A central Indiana fieldhouse that's one of the nation's largest high school basketball venues was insured for nearly $10 million when a severe thunderstorm recently damaged it, school officials say. The historic Muncie Fieldhouse was valued at $9,858,130 on Feb. 15, when Muncie Community Schools filed a statement of values that underwriters used to calculate the policy premium.

Teachers, emergency managers negotiating

Friday was the deadline for state-appointed emergency managers and the Muncie Teachers Association to avoid a collective bargaining impasse. While the two sides didn't agree Friday on a teacher contract for the current school year, "we are very, very close," emergency manager Steve Edwards told the school board this week.

Police: Man held after stolen gunis found

A passenger in a car that apparently fled from police was arrested late Thursday on allegations he had a stolen handgun. MUNCIE, Ind.

Commitment aside, man's legal woes grow

Even after his commitment to a state mental hospital, criminal charges are continuing to catch up with Joshua David McClellan. MUNCIE, Ind.

Tyler denies city is withholding legal fees

Mayor Dennis Tyler on Friday denied that the city of Muncie was withholding public information in The Star Press' request for details in legal fees for attorneys representing the mayor in a federal court lawsuit. Tyler spoke for less than a minute in a Muncie City Hall press conference early Friday afternoon and maintained there was "confusion that the city of Muncie may be refusing to release public information."

You won't believe what the YWCA looks like now

Richard and Krista Sides started the "YWCA Love Project" as an effort to provide a more appealing environment for its residents. MUNCIE, Ind.

Buley Center, Boys & Girls Club to merge

The mission of serving Muncie's children remains, how they are served will change with the announcement Thursday night that the Roy C. Buley Center and the Boys & Girls Club of Muncie are merging. The joining of forces will be complete Jan. 1 with the merging of staffs, curriculum and boards of directors.

Edmonton Eskimos wide receiver discovers West Edmonton Mall for 1st time: 'Oh, shoot!'

WATCH ABOVE: Edmonton Eskimos wide receiver Jamill Smith was blown away when he discovered West Edmonton Mall earlier this week. Eskimos wide receiver Jamill Smith had his mind blown earlier this week when he stumbled upon West Edmonton Mall for the first time.

Check out Muncie's newest nature preserve

Speakers from Red-tail Land Conservancy talk about how the newly opened Dutro-Ernst Woods at 1601 S. Perdieu Rd. came to be at a dedication on Nov. 13. The 33 acre urban nature preserve on the site of the former Ernst Nursery flanks Kilgore between Yorktown and Muncie. Fall colored trees flank the walking trails of the newly opened Dutro-Ernst Woods at 1601 S. Perdieu Rd. which is a 33 acre urban nature preserve on the site of the former Ernst Nursery.

Do you recognize the Wal-Mart bandits?

City police are seeking the public's assistance in identifying two men who robbed a clerk at the northside Wal-Mart store early Monday. City police are seeking the public's assistance in identifying two men who robbed the northside Wal-Mart store early Monday.

Police: Teen admits to Ohio-to-Muncie meth trips

A Delaware County teenager who reportedly told authorities she was involved in an Ohio-to-Muncie meth trafficking operation was arrested Tuesday. MUNCIE, Ind.

Ex-custodian sentenced for sex with student

An ex-custodian at Daleville Junior-Senior High School who had sex with a 14-year-old student was sentenced Wednesday to six years in prison. MUNCIE, Ind.

Getaway driver pleads guilty in murder case

Cody Allen Buck - who will observe his 22nd birthday Thursday in the Delaware County jail - pleaded guilty Tuesday to armed robbery, a Level 3 felony carrying up to 16 years in prison. A plea agreement in the case calls for three other charges stemming from the April 2016 slaying of Rafael Rodriguez - murder, robbery resulting in serious bodily injury and aggravated battery - to be dismissed.

MCS makes progress, but is it enough?

Members of the Distressed Unit Appeals Board listen to the public and members of the Muncie Community School administration speak at a forum on Nov. 13 inside the Northside Middle School. The DUAB will decide to keep or terminate the need for an emergency manager in the district come December.

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