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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.
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
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Details released about fatal Riggin Road crash
An investigation continues, but city police have released additional details about a Jan. 7 traffic accident that claimed the life of a Muncie woman. MUNCIE, Ind.Muncie father, son arrested on drug charges
A motorist's failure to dim his vehicle's headlights led to his arrest, and that of his son, on drug-related charges. MUNCIE, Ind.Cold weather here to stay until the weekend
With snow coming down overnight and through some parts of Monday morning, area residents won't catch a break until the weekend. Roads remained snow covered and slick on Jan. 15 around the city after an overnight snowfall caused multiple accidents around the area.'Ghost' in check-fraud probe captured
Since June, Muncie police had been looking for a woman they believed was behind a large check-fraud operation. Last week, they found her.City agrees with county to stop 911 breakup
Mayor Dennis Tyler has accepted a letter from the Delaware County commissioners rescinding the county's effort to break up the longstanding city-county 911 dispatch center. The dissolution of the dispatch center would have gone into effect on Feb. 6 if the commissioners had not rescinded their February 2017 letter of intent to dissolve the city-county agreement and Tyler, who in recent months seemed inclined to go along with the breakup, had not accepted the county's change of mind.City to spend $1.7M on riverfront properties
The city will spend $1.7 million to purchase riverfront properties downtown for Mayor Dennis Tyler's plan to develop land along White River. The Muncie Redevelopment Commission on Thursday approved a resolution for purchase for $1.7 million for what city economic development officer Todd Donati said was 15 parcels of land from four property owners.County highway staff: When do we get raises?
Starting pay bump for sheriff's patrol officers causes some frustration with other county employees who believe they deserve the same thing. And although it was good news for the sheriff and his staff, the move by Wayne County Council caused some frustration for employees in other departments who believe changes to their salaries are needed as well.Muncie drug sweep arrest total up to 14
The number of accused drug dealers arrested this week in a city-county police "sweep" was up at at least 14 on Thursday. Jordan Michael Weatherhead, 22, Muncie; for dealing in meth and maintaining a common nuisance.Getaway driver in Muncie murder case gets 7 years
The driver of a getaway car in a Muncie homicide case was sentenced this week to seven years in prison. MUNCIE, Ind.Getaway driver in murder case gets 7 years
The driver of a getaway car in a Muncie homicide case was sentenced this week to seven years in prison. MUNCIE, Ind.Here's how new bill would affect Muncie schools
The chairman of the Indiana House Ways and Means Committee has authored a bill that addresses financially struggling school districts including Muncie, Gary MUNCIE - State Rep. Tim Brown, R-Crawfordsville, who led the charge for a state takeover of Muncie Community Schools, has authored a wide-ranging bill that would impact financially struggling school districts. In addition to creating a watch list of school corporations that show signs of fiscal distress - and other provisions affecting all Indiana schools - House Bill 1315 also specifically addresses the crisis in Muncie.PHOTOS: TSP rides with police on all-day sweep
Police arrest Jordan Unger at a residence on Jan. 10 during a joint operation between the Delaware County Sheriff's Department and the Muncie Police Department. Arrests were made across the city for those with warrants typically related to drug dealing.Sheriff candidates dominate early filing
Sheriff Ray Dudley files for election in the Delaware County clerk's office Wednesday morning. He was accompanied by about two dozen officers.Ward: Good signs in first meeting after takeover
Emergency Manager Steve Edwards talks to the public and the board about business involving the district during the monthly meeting of the Muncie Community School Board on Jan. 9 at the Muncie Area Career Center. This much we can be sure of for Muncie Community Schools: School board meetings will be shorter and, more importantly, the flow of information and a feeling of collaboration between the emergency management team and the school system will continue.BYU volleyball: No. 6 BYU heads to Midwest for two MIVA matchups
No. 6 BYU men's volleyball heads to the Midwest this week to face off against two Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association opponents: No. 14 Ball State and No.LIVE: Muncie Community School Board Meeting
The Muncie school board is meeting for the first time tonight after the state emergency management firm assumed control of the district on Jan. 1. MUNCIE, Ind. - The Muncie Community School Board is meeting for the first time tonight after the state-appointed emergency management firm assumed control of the dirstict on Jan. 1. Other items on the agenda during the meeting tonight include a superintendent report and a report from the soon to depart chief financial officer.City EMS proposal far from over
A large crowd came out to and then promptly left the Muncie City council meeting on Jan. 8 after the council tabled the proposed EMS takeover plan that would have created a city based EMS. MUNCIE, Ind.
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