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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
Indiana Sires Stakes action at Hoosier Park

Rockinbeach and Ricky Macomber Jr. edge past Always A Prince and Trace Tetrick to take their split of the stakes action at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino ANDERSON, Ind.-May 25, 2018- The Hoosier state's three-year-old pacing colts were in the spotlight at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on Friday, May 25 to square off in the opening round of Indiana Sires Stakes action and as predicted, the sophomore colts opened their series in impressive fashion. Each colt was aiming to earn a spot in the first of five $75,000 Indiana Sires Stakes final slated for June 1 at Hoosier Park.

Indiana woman sentenced for killing a mom, claiming her baby

An Indiana woman will spend up to 30 years in prison for killing a mother and trying to pass off the woman's 3-month-old baby as her own. The Herald Bulletin reports that 39-year-old Geraldine R. Jones was sentenced Friday in Anderson, Indiana.

Indiana Supreme Court disbars Anderson attorney for stealing from 6 estates

ANDERSON, Ind. - The Indiana Supreme Court has disbarred disgraced Anderson lawyer Steve Schuyler for stealing from six estates.

Students earn honors

Two area students are among approximately 520 Bob Jones University students named to the president's list for high academic achievement during the spring 2018 semester. Nathanael Johnson, Greenfield, is a senior Communications major.

Arrests a " May 22

Charging information is obtained from the Hancock County Jail. If you have questions about a charge listed here, call the sheriff's department at 317-477-1147.

What's on tap for Memorial Day weekend?

From honoring the sacrifice of soldiers to the splashy good fun of the opening of the Donner Aquatic Center in Columbus, the Memorial Day weekend offers a variety of ways to make the holiday meaningful. 7 p.m. Friday, Bartholomew County Memorial for Veterans lawn, Second and Jackson streets in downtown Columbus, free.

Environmental group, Indianapolis developer plan Indiana trailhead

An environmental group is working with an Indianapolis-based developer known for its retail projects on plans for a proposed recreational trail in Indiana instead of a stalled reservoir project.

Indiana couple locked their four children in their basement

Indiana couple locked their four children in their basement for hours without food and forced them to urinate in a bucket Connie and Javier Campos are charged with abusing their children by locking them in the basement of their home in Anderson, Indiana Their eldest child, a 15-year-old boy, claims to have also been sexually assaulted by his 40-year-old father in the basement Connie has admitted to locking her children in the basement but has denied any knowledge of her husband's alleged sexual abuse An Indiana couple are accused of locking their four children in their basement for hours without food and forcing them to urinate in a bucket.

Superior II jury acquits man of burglary charge

A Superior Court II jury returned a not guilty verdict after the two-day trial of Traquion Smoots on a charge stemming from a 2015 burglary. Superior II jury acquits man accused of burglary A Superior Court II jury returned a not guilty verdict after the two-day trial of Traquion Smoots on a charge stemming from a 2015 burglary.

Couple charged after children report having been locked in basement

ANDERSON, Ind. - Connie Campos says she didn't know about the allegations of sexual abuse against her husband Javier, but she doesn't deny locking their children in the basement of their Madison County home.

Inaugural Bloomington Black & Brown Arts Festival Announces Featured Artists

The City of Bloomington Black History Month Planning Committee, the Commission on Hispanic and Latino Affairs, and the Department of Economic and Sustainable Development are pleased to announce the inaugural Bloomington Black & Brown Arts Festival , Saturday, May 19 at the Banneker Community Center from Noon until 4 p.m. The BBBAF is the city's newest multidisciplinary arts initiative exclusively featuring artforms derived from African, African-American, and Latino/Hispanic cultures. This festival strives to affirm the Black and Latino/Hispanic cultural legacies represented, and demonstrate the power of art and culture to bring communities together.

All school referendums passed in Indiana

ANDERSON - Indiana voters endorsed all 12 school referendums on Tuesday's primary election ballot, including measures for property tax increases to boost funding for local school districts.

Sanitary District plans to extend service

Muncie Sanitary District plans to extend service outside boundary After purchasing a former nursing home on Burlington Drive south of Muncie, the Sanitary District plans to extend service. Check out this story on thestarpress.com: https://tspne.ws/2rECYDJ MUNCIE, Ind.

Amber Portwood gives her fans a first look at her newborn son James

The 27-year-old reality star posted a shot of her daughter Leah, nine, cradling the child in what looked to be a maternity ward. 'Big Sis and little James!' the Anderson, Indiana native wrote on Instagram to her 1.4 million followers.

News anchor reveals cancer diagnosis

"For the past 19 years, I've been so honored that you've shared your stories with me, and now it's time to share my story with you to give hope to others," said Morehead who is an Anderson native.

Woman pleads guilty to killing a mom, claiming her baby

An Indiana woman will spend decades in prison for killing a mother in 2015 and trying to pass off the woman's baby as her own. Geraldine R. Jones, 39, pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter on Friday in the stabbing death of 23-year-old Samantha J. Fleming.

Kauffman Medi Spa Has Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony

The Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon-cutting for Kauffman Medi Spa Inc., formerly known as Vein Institute & Medi Spa, Inc. It recently completed expanding and renaming its newly renovated site at 3505 N. Ind. 15, Warsaw.

Families search for two girls who went missing Thursday

Serenity Cannon , 12, and Phoenix Reed, 13, have been missing since Thursday evening. Their families say their disappearance is "highly unusual."

Elite canines assist internet crimes task force

His handler, Todd Jordan, lifted the lid of the box the detection-K9-in-training chose. Inside, he revealed not drugs or weapons but a cell phone and an iPad.

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