• Creator
  • Bryan, Wright; Swim, Scott; Jones, Jamie; Lents, Amanda; Sehgal, Ayna; Fernandez, Gerry
  • Description
  • The Grant County Sheriff's Department arrested a woman who allegedly murdered her ex-husband. The woman claims that the man's death was an accident.; Two thieves stole a receptacle containing charitable contributions from inside a gas station in Muncie, Indiana. The money therein was intended for a bone marrow transplant for a child with a genetic disorder.; There is no consistency in security procedures among courts in east-central Indiana, a... more
    The Grant County Sheriff's Department arrested a woman who allegedly murdered her ex-husband. The woman claims that the man's death was an accident.; Two thieves stole a receptacle containing charitable contributions from inside a gas station in Muncie, Indiana. The money therein was intended for a bone marrow transplant for a child with a genetic disorder.; There is no consistency in security procedures among courts in east-central Indiana, according to a survey conducted by Newslink Indiana.; Two 911 dispatchers discuss their jobs.; Nearly 33,000 Indiana residents have been approved by Rx for Indiana, a state-sponsored program that helps low-income, uninsured Indiana residents get access to patient assistance programs and free or reduced-price prescription medicines.; Weather.; The 1954-1955 Crispus Attucks High School boys' basketball team (31-1) was collectively inducted into The Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame. The Flying Tigers' 1955 state basketball championship marked the first time an African American school won an open state tournament anywhere in the nation. CAHS also won the state title in 1955-1956 (31-0), with senior Oscar Robertson being named Indiana Mr. Basketball for 1956. less
  • Format
  • Digital video; Color images