Around 9:06 a.m. Friday, the Noblesville Police Department received word there was an active shooter in Noblesville West Middle School.
From the start of Thursday's Mid-American Conference Tournament game between Ball State baseball and Miami (Ohio), it had the look of a long day in the making for Ball State.
46 years ago to the day, eight shovels stood at the north edge of the Emens Parking Lot and McKinley Avenue.
Indianapolis is “on the cusp of becoming a music city,” or at least, that’s what one Ball State instructor has experienced.
As the temperatures increase over Memorial Day weekend, so do the chances of getting a traffic violation for not wearing a seatbelt.
Strong all-around performance leads Ball State baseball past Eastern Michigan in MAC Tournament opener
Ball State baseball used back-to-back three-run innings in the third and fourth to put its game against Eastern Michigan out of reach.
Another grocery store opened its doors in Muncie.
Self-checkout, electronic ordering at fast food restaurants and tax preparation systems. Those are just a few changes seen in industries that have been impacted by automation.
On 223 South Walnut Street a door stands wide open, wood covers the outside and a paper with the words “Trust Your Butcher Steak House” perches on the windowsill. Four men work in the building, one ...
2-run home run in 8th inning lifts Ball State baseball past Western Michigan in regular-season finale
With the game tied 4-4 in the bottom of the eighth inning, Tim Blankenberger stepped to the plate and sent the first pitch of his only at-bat over the left-field wall for a 2-run shot.
Ball State, in response to a bill passed in Indiana government last year, has followed other Indiana universities in requiring incoming students to be vaccinated for meningitis B.
At least one gunman opened fire at a Houston-area high school Friday, killing eight to 10 people, most of them students, authorities said.
Victor Oladipo’s home environment may be the courts, but in a few short days he will be shooting his luck on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway track.
Jennifer Bott, dean of the Miller College of Business, and Phil Repp, dean of the College of Architecture and Planning, are leaving Ball State to move to Michigan, according to an email sent by interim ...