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Newslink Indiana Videos

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1. Newslink Indiana video 2006-03-22 - Walton, Abby; Campus, Beth; Delahanty, Melissa; Walker, Erin; Dunbar, Bryan
Funeral services were held for a soldier from Grant County, Indiana. Family members, friends, community members and the Patriot Guard Riders motorcycle club were all in attendance. The soldier was killed while serving in the War in Afghanistan.; A rumored protest at the funeral services for a soldier from Grant County, Indiana did not occur.; A man was beaten to death in his home in Muncie, Indiana.; Ball State University is planning major changes to its campus recreational facilities. BSU plans to build a new fitness center, remodel Irving Gymnasium, and make several additions to other existing facilities.; A local...

2. Newslink Indiana video 2006-03-20 - Walton, Abby; Sasse, Shalah; Feick, Jennifer; Cook, Jennifer; Long, Michelle
Authorities in Anderson, Indiana used a missing criminal's cell phone to trace his location. The criminal had confessed to rape, murder and arson in Anderson, Indiana.; The Muncie Central High School boys' basketball team will play Lawrence North High School in the finals of the Indiana High School Athletic Association's Class 4A 2005-2006 State Tournament. LNHS is playing for their third consecutive state championship in the 4A division, which includes the most populous high schools in the State of Indiana.; A man from Muncie, Indiana man was fatally shot during a brawl at a local Village Pantry convenience store on...

3. Newslink Indiana video 2006-03-17 - Campus, Beth; Long, Michelle; McKenna, Sarah; Warfield, Laura
Tony Dungy, Head Coach of the Indianapolis Colts, gave a religious speech at Ball State University's Emens Auditorium.; St. Patrick's Day falls on a Friday this year - March 17, 2006. Local Catholic bishops have advised their congregations that they are permitted to eat meat on St. Patrick's Day, especially if they are observing family or ethnic traditions by doing so. In the Roman Catholic Church it is traditional to abstain from meat from mammals and fowl on every Friday for the duration of Lent, although dairy products are still permitted.; High schools in Muncie, Indiana have adopted a new...

4. Newslink Indiana video 2006-03-16 - Walton, Abby; Duong, John; Feick, Jennifer; Cook, Jennifer; Delahanty, Melissa
Ball State University's head men's basketball coach has been reassigned, following the Cardinals' disappointing 10-18 record in the 2005-2006 season. Tim Buckley will be moved to BSU's University Development office, which raises funds to support the educational mission of BSU. Buckley was an assistant coach at BSU under Ray McCallum from 1994-1999, then head coach from 2000-2006.; The Major Moves initiative has now been approved by both the Indiana House of Representatives and the Indiana Senate. Major Moves call for the State of Indiana to lease the Indiana East-West Toll Road to private companies. The funds generated by the leasing...

5. Newslink Indiana video 2006-03-16 - Walton, Abby; Feick, Jennifer; Delahanty, Melissa; Thomas, Joe; Long, Michelle
Ball Memorial Hospital of Muncie, Indiana announced plans to construct a new, five-story tall patient tower.; Republican Kevin S. Smith, Mayor of Anderson, Indiana, will be traveling to Israel. Mayor Smith hopes to secure additional foreign investment in Anderson, Indiana.; Some college students from east-central Indiana will be using their spring breaks to help victims of Hurricane Katrina.; Thousands of Indiana children were removed from their homes by the government in 2005 because of child abuse or neglect, according to a report by The National Coalition for Child Protective Reform. The NCCPR is a non-governmental organization working to change public...

6. Newslink Indiana video 2006-03-15 - Walton, Abby; Duong, John; Feick, Jennifer; Cook, Jennifer; Delahanty, Melissa
Ball State University's head men's basketball coach has been reassigned, following the Cardinals' disappointing 10-18 record in the 2005-2006 season. Tim Buckley will be moved to BSU's University Development office, which raises funds to support the educational mission of BSU. Buckley was an assistant coach at BSU under Ray McCallum from 1994-1999, then head coach from 2000-2006.; The Major Moves initiative has now been approved by both the Indiana House of Representatives and the Indiana Senate. Major Moves call for the State of Indiana to lease the Indiana East-West Toll Road to private companies. The funds generated by the leasing...

7. Newslink Indiana video 2006-03-14 - Walton, Abby; Campus, Beth; Thomas, Joe; Schroer, Tiffany
A soldier from Grant County, Indiana was killed while serving in the War in Afghanistan.; A new bill would cut the average local homeowner's property taxes by 5%.; Subaru of Indiana Automotive, Inc. in Lafayette, Indiana is Subaru's sole overseas plant. SIA manufacturers the Subaru B9 Tribeca, Baja, Legacy, and Outback vehicles.; Residents of Anderson, Indiana have varied opinions on proposed changes to streets in Anderson, Indiana.; Weather.; The 2006 Delaware County Farm Festival is underway at the Delaware County Fairgrounds in Muncie, Indiana. A fire in early March 2006 destroyed a building at the Fairgrounds, but the DCFF was...

8. Newslink Indiana video 2006-02-13 - Walton, Abby; Warfield, Laura; Feick, Jennifer; Zdyb, Rachel; Cook, Jennifer
Some local residents are purchasing battery-operated weather service radios, in hopes of hearing tornado warnings during the nighttime.; The Mississinewa River flooded after a heavy rainfall, covering a portion of Indiana State Road 1 in water two feet deep.; A resident of Hartford City, Indiana has been accused of inadvertently killing a baby. He was allegedly driving while intoxicated. His trial begins on April 10, 2006.; A senior at Ball State University has created an online interactive game called McKinley Road Rage. Therein, the player controls a driver attempting to navigate McKinley Avenue in Muncie, Indiana. The goal is to...

9. Newslink Indiana video 2006-02-13 - Warfield, Laura; Feick, Jennifer; Long, Michelle
A severe storm left several local homes without power on the morning of February 13, 2006. Some residents also reported minor wind damage.; Republican Mike Pence, the U.S. Representative for Indiana's 6th district, gave a speech in Muncie, Indiana on February 13, 2006.; Government officials in Randolph County, Indiana are seeking funding to repair their County's deteriorating sewer systems.; Organizers of the Muncie Gras fundraiser in Muncie, Indiana announced that the proceeds from this year's event will be used to help fund the 24th annual St. Patrick's Day Parade in Muncie, Indiana.; Weather.; The Muncie Central High School boys' basketball...

10. Newslink Indiana video 2006-02-09 - Delahanty, Melissa; Long, Michelle; Quick, Jason
Something is causing SAT scores for thousands of students in Indiana to list incorrectly. Some SAT scores are off by as much as 100 points.; An author from Muncie, Indiana gave a speech to students at Muncie Central High School in Muncie, Indiana. The author believed he was caucasian until his adulthood, when he discovered he was actually African-American. The author's memoir describes how his changing perspectives influenced his views on race and racial discrimination.; A resident of Muncie, Indiana has been arrested for allegedly committing sexual crimes against an underage girl via the internet.; The City of Alexandria, Indiana...

11. Newslink Indiana video 2006-03-08 - Sasse, Shalah; Warfield, Laura; Feick, Jennifer
The United States Congress is reducing spending for many programs designed to aid the poor. Funding has been cut for affordable housing, housing development, and community development. There will also be a reduction in additional school services for underprivileged students.; The owners of a condemned building in downtown Marion, Indiana are suing the City of Marion, Indiana. They have been ordered by the City of Marion, Indiana to renovate their building, lest it be torn down.; Emergency management officials are at odds with some residents of a local housing community over the placement of a proposed emergency siren.; A Muncie...

12. Newslink Indiana video 2006-03-03 - Zdyb, Rachel; Warfield, Laura; Feick, Jennifer; Cook, Jennifer; Long, Michelle
A jury in Blackford County, Indiana has found a local woman guilty of a murder.; Elizabeth Ann Holloway spoke to students at Ball State University about the importance of safety while vacationing. Ms. Holloway's daughter, Natalee Holloway, disappeared on May 30, 2005 during a high school graduation trip to Aruba.; The Town Council for the City of Pendleton, Indiana has approved the purchase of the Pendleton Banking Building in Pendleton, Indiana. The PBB will be used to house the new Pendleton Town Hall.; Voters in Muncie, Indiana will see several changes in voting procedures in May 2007, including new electronic...

13. Newslink Indiana video 2006-03-03 - Walton, Abby; Feick, Jennifer; Brown, Hilary; Walker, Erin; Zdyb, Rachel
A local man was found guilty in the shooting death of a teenager from Yorktown, Indiana in 2000.; A jury in Blackford County, Indiana is deliberating in the case of a man accused of fatally stabbing a Montpelier, Indiana man.; Cannon Industries, the industrial division of Hillcroft Services Inc., employs hundreds of adults with disabilities to provide subcontract work for businesses in Indiana. CI has locations in Franklin, Muncie and New Castle, Indiana.; High energy costs and fertilizer costs are negatively effecting local farmers.; Eighth graders at Delta Middle School in Muncie, Indiana are participating in a fundraiser for the...

14. Newslink Indiana video 2006-03-03 - Walton, Abby; Feick, Jennifer; Brown, Hilary; Walker, Erin; Zdyb, Rachel
A local man was found guilty in the shooting death of a teenager from Yorktown, Indiana in 2000.; A jury in Blackford County, Indiana is deliberating in the case of a man accused of fatally stabbing a Montpelier, Indiana man.; Cannon Industries, the industrial division of Hillcroft Services Inc., employs hundreds of adults with disabilities to provide subcontract work for businesses in Indiana. CI has locations in Franklin, Muncie and New Castle, Indiana.; High energy costs and fertilizer costs are negatively effecting local farmers.; Eighth graders at Delta Middle School in Muncie, Indiana are participating in a fundraiser for the...

15. Newslink Indiana video 2006-03-01 - Walton, Abby; Warfield, Laura; Delahanty, Melissa; Cook, Jennifer; Campus, Beth
Ash Wednesday was on March 1, 2006. Ash Wednesday is a moveable feast celebrated by many Christian denominations, marking the first day of Lent.; A bill in the Indiana General Assembly seeks to abolish the dog tax, a law that requires dog owners in Indiana to register and pay taxes on their pet. Many dogs owners in Indiana are not aware of the dog tax, which is lightly enforced.; The Muncie Symphony Orchestra hosted a concert for students of local schools. The concert was space-themed, and featured a 15-year-old double bassist.; The Indiana General Assembly approved a bill allowing television...

16. Newslink Indiana video 2006-02-28 - Walton, Abby; Quick, Jason; Zdyb, Rachel; Thomas, Joe; Delahanty, Melissa
Police say that alcohol may have been a factor in a one-vehicle traffic accident on I-69 South on February 27, 2006. One man is in critical condition because of the accident.; Members of the original Tuskegee Airmen were awarded the President's Medal of Distinction by Jo Ann M. Gora, President of Ball State University. The Tuskegee Airmen were the first African American military aviators in the United States armed forces, serving with distinction during World War II.; The Indiana House of Representatives and the Indiana Senate are voting on separate amendments that would require all drivers and passengers in trucks...

17. Newslink Indiana video 2006-02-27 - Walton, Abby; Delahanty, Melissa; Cook, Jennifer; Long, Michelle; Brown, Hilary
A man is in critical condition after a one-vehicle traffic accident on I-69 South on February 27, 2006.; Several supervisors and a worker for Ball State University Catering face a federal complaint alleging racial harassment.; Three inmates briefly escaped from the Madison County Jail in Anderson, Indiana. All were apprehended several hours later.; A group of local churches want to ban Muncie Gras, a fundraiser held in Muncie, Indiana to benefit local charities. Muncie Gras 2006 was held on February 24, 2006.; The Marion Police Department are holding a mother in custody for allegedly leaving her 8-year-old child home alone...

18. Newslink Indiana video 2006-02-24 - Quick, Jason; Warfield, Laura; Delahanty, Melissa; Zdyb, Rachel; Walker, Erin; Stern, Adam
Muncie Gras 2006 is scheduled for February 24, 2006. The event serves as a fundraiser for local charities.; A building in downtown Marion, Indiana has been condemned. The owners have been ordered by the City of Marion, Indiana to renovate the building, lest it be torn down.; Officials of the Town of Yorktown, Indiana say that residents of Westbrook, Indiana and Cammack, Indiana received sufficient notice about their annexation into municipal Yorktown, Indiana. Republican Dan Canan, Mayor of Muncie, Indiana, disagrees.; Two local residents have opened a country store in Gaston, Indiana. One of the owners is disabled, and the...

19. Newslink Indiana video 2006-02-23 - Walton, Abby; Campus, Beth; Long, Michelle; Thomas, Joe; Schroer, Tiffany
Crime rates on the campus of Ball State University increased in 2005. Most other universities in Indiana saw their on-campus crime rates drop in 2005.; One church in Muncie, Indiana is protesting Muncie Gras 2006. The event, which serves as a fundraiser for local charities, is scheduled for February 26, 2006.; The Indiana Department of Correction has fired the superintendent of the Pendleton Juvenile Correctional Facility in Pendleton, Indiana.; Residents of Marion, Indiana are collaborating to build a women's shelter in Marion, Indiana.; A resident of Randolph County, Indiana was left homeless after a fire destroyed his home.; An elderly...

20. Newslink Indiana video 2006-02-22 - Walton, Abby; Feick, Jennifer; Brown, Hilary; Thomas, Joe; Delahanty, Melissa
The government of Delaware County, Indiana will not proactively seek out violators of its new law banning smoking in public places. Authorities will rely on tips and complaints from citizens, which the authorities will investigate further.; A small airplane crashed in Delaware County, Indiana. Investigators believe that engine failure caused the crash.; William Gruppe III and Michael Gruppe pleaded guilty to multiple felony charges each, stemming from the tire fire that destroyed their Cr3 tire recycling business in Muncie, Indiana on August 1, 2003. They have been ordered to pay a fine and to pay to clean up the area.;...

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