news 9/28/2020, 10:00am

Five international stories of the week

A border dispute continues between Armenia and Azerbaijan, French hospitals delay scheduled operations to free space for COVID-19 patients, North Korea accuses South Korea of crossing the sea boundary, thousands of protestors call for the Israeli prime minister's resignation and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is set to discuss Mediterranean tensions.

news 9/22/2020, 10:00am

Five national stories of the week

The U.N.'s first virtual meeting is expected to begin with prerecorded speeches, tropical storm Beta stalls along the Texas coast, former Wisconsin police chief to consult with prosecutors on Jacob Blake's shooting, Mike Bloomberg raises money for Florida felons to pay off fines to vote and Amy Coney Barrett is the polarizing front-runner for the vacant Supreme Court seat.

news 9/21/2020, 10:00am

Five international stories of the week

India's Natural Disaster Response Force searches for survivors trapped in a residential building collapse, a pro-democracy plaque in Thailand is removed, people in Berlin march for migrants in Greece, European countries try new measures to contain the coronavirus and military commanders of India and China meet regarding their border standoff make up this week's five international stories.

news 9/15/2020, 10:00am

Five national stories of the week

Hurricane Sally projected to reach land near the Alabama-Mississippi state line, President Trump to preside over agreements between Israel, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, the Federal Reserve expected to issue economic projections Wednesday, California Gov. Gavin Newsom's meeting with Trump about climate change and questions surrounding Bill Cosby's appeal to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court make up this week's five national stories.

news 9/14/2020, 12:00pm

Village businesses feel financial strain from COVID-19

Though Ball State students and the business they bring to Muncie have returned, businesses in the Village are still feeling the stress of statewide quarantine mandates and the extended summer brought on by the university’s early dismissal last semester.

news 9/14/2020, 10:00am

Five international stories of the week

A flight to Antarctica takes extra precuations to keep the coronavirus away, Indonesia's capital under social restrictions to curb coronavirus spread, Austria sees the beginning of a second virus wave, volunteers and firefighters in Brazil try to save animals from burning wetlands and the Oxford-AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine trials resume after a pause.