While Delaware County is infamous for being the methamphetamine capital of Indiana, Muncie is now seeing heavy use of opioids and heroin.
Students Within the Context Community will host a Scholastic diverse book fair on Wednesday and Thursday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the second floor of Teachers College.
The Muncie City Council recently passed an ordinance to decrease the euthanasia rate at the Muncie Animal Shelter.
All mothers deserve something special on Mother's Day besides a big breakfast and the ability to sleep in, so make your mom something by hand that she'll cherish.
Want to spend the summer giving back to the community? Here are some opportunities to do volunteer work in Muncie.
Being a voice and resource for Ball State students who have been impacted by sexual assault, relationship violence or stalking isn't an easy job, but it's important to Allison Wynbissinger.
Being an introvert isn't bad — as long as you know how to network to widen professional circles, both in real life and online. For some, this can be a scary process.
As the 2017-18 Student Government Association elections are drawing near, accompanying the speeches and debates comes the tradition of the SGA parody accounts on Twitter.
Despite recent rumors that Brothers Bar & Grill is leaving the Village, general manager Dan Zimmerman said the bar doesn't have any plans to leave.
The Ball State Board of Trustees named Geoffrey S. Mearns the 17th university president Jan. 24. With the new president's employment set to begin in early August, the Daily News talked to students about the expectations they have and the changes they hope to see in the future.