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MUNCIE, Ind.(Newslink) -- Since Covid-19 vaccines are administered, some citizens are hesitant to get the vaccine.
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Tonight: Cool but clear conditions in store tonight. The wind that brought cooler wind chills earlier today will calm after midnight bringing the wind chill up, even as the temperature drops.
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IUPUI (3-4, 0-0 Horizon) came into Friday’s match following an upset win over Southern Methodist while riding a three-game win streak.
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Warm to end the weekend yesterday, getting up to 63 with some rain showers as a warm front passed through in the morning hours. Some parts of southern Indiana, Kentucky, and Tennessee saw some thunderstorms early yesterday morning, bringing the first storms of 2021 to the area. A cold front came as affected the area, moving through late last night into early this morning leaving us with temperatures in the lower 30's. All of the rain has moved on East leaving us with some clouds, but expect to see clearing skies as the day goes on.
Three weeks removed from the conclusion of Ball State’s Unity Week, the Black Student Association’s (BSA) 53rd annual Unity Pageant kicked off in person on Sunday evening at Pruis Hall, as well as on Zoom.
The Cardinals kept their win streak intact Sunday afternoon, as Ball State (7-2, 0-0 MAC) defeated Western Kentucky (1-6, 0-0 Conference USA) 6-1. In nearly every match, the Cardinals took advantage of their matchups and controlled each set.
Over the weekend, a new season of Cardinals softball began. Even further, it was the dawn of a new era for the program.
Coming off of its season-opening series against the nationally ranked Arizona Wildcats, Ball State (4-3, 0-0 MAC) returned to the Midwest this weekend — but found its opponent in fewer than 48 hours.
Ask any fan what makes sports great and one answer sure to come up is rivalries.
Welcome back to this weekend's episode of Wrapped Up! This time, Kellyn Harrison is reporting on the latest news regarding Daft Punk's split, the expansion of Avatar and Leigh Bardugo's Grishaverse, PlayStation's new VR project, and Tom Holland's releasing of the third Spiderman title.
“Let’s go red,” senior guard Ishmael El-Amin said on the defensive end as he is clapping his hands.
Editor's note: A previous version of this article stated Ball State Men's Basketball had defeated Toledo 88-77 when it was actually Ball State Women's Basketball. This error has been corrected.
Tonight: Temperatures remain fairly steady this evening in the low to mid 40s, before dropping down to a low of 38 degrees overnight. Be sure to take a jacket with you if you are heading out, because even though winds will remain light out of the southeast at 5-10mph, it could feel chilly. Clouds will increase this evening ahead of our next weather system, which arrives by midnight. Scattered showers will be possible before more widespread rain moves into the viewing area by early Saturday morning.
MUNCIE, Ind.(NewsLink) -- A piece of Muncie history has gained attention on social media.
MUNCIE, Ind.(NewsLink) -- Lathay Pegues started JohnTom’s barbecue sauce in honor of his grandfather and his secret recipe.
In his seventh season as head coach of Lawrence Central High School boys’ basketball, Al Gooden made history. He became the first African American high school boys’ basketball coach in Indiana to reach 500 wins when the Bears defeated Decatur Central 58-38 in the Marion County Tournament Jan. 12.
Blake and Graham break down Bethesda's future event to show off upcoming games following their acquisition by Microsoft. Checkpoint is Byte's video news series, reporting on recent events in the world of entertainment, tech, and pop culture. Whether its video games, film, television, or music, we've got you covered!Anchors: Blake Chapman, Graham HardingExecutive Producer: Aaron DwyerVideo Editing: Blake Chapman Audio Editing: Shwetha SundarrajanGraphics: Kellyn HarrisonMusic: Jack McGinnis
Tonight: For tonight Increasing clouds, with a 30 percent chance of showers with a steady temperature around 41. Southeast wind around 10 mph becoming southwest after midnight.
When Kent Millard attended civil rights marches in the 1960s, he was taught to link arms with fellow protesters so no one would be separated from the group. Millard knew attending marches and protests could be dangerous even though participants were nonviolent. Trainers told him what to do in the face of violent retaliation.
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