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Bill Clinton portrait may include Lewinsky reference - Star-Press
Bill Clinton portrait may include Lewinsky reference President Clinton's portrait hanging in the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C., includes a subtle reference to the Monica Lewinsky scandal, according to reports. Check out this story on ...
Study: Human-caused global warming behind Calif. drought - Star-Press
Human-caused climate change helped fuel the current California drought, says a Stanford University study released Monday. Climate change has increased the chance that the two main weather conditions that led to the drought — higher than average ...
Grueling schedule prepares Bearcats for postseason - Star-Press
The Bearcats discuss hosting a sectional and what it's like to play at Muncie Fieldhouse in the postseason. Video by Ryan O'Gara MUNCIE – Looking at his team's schedule before the season, Jeff Holloway didn't set a goal of going unbeaten, or even winning ...
Muncie Wrestling Club starting MS, HS program - Star-Press
The Muncie Wrestling Club will begin workouts for its middle and high school program from 5:30-7 on Tuesday. Workouts will be every Tuesday and Thursday. The elementary program will continue, also at Central, from 5:30-7. Participants are asked to enter ...
Ball State women’s golf posts 327 - Star-Press
Ball State shot 327 in the second round of the Edwin Watts/Kiawah Island Spring Classic in South Carolina. The Cardinals have a two-day score of 653 and are in 32nd in the 40-team tournament. Meghan McDougall and Kelsey Sear each shot 80s in the second ...
Muncie approves next quiet zone steps - Star-Press
MUNCIE – The city on Monday took the next step toward quieting train horns in downtown Muncie. In its Monday evening meeting, Muncie City Council approved agreements between the city of Muncie and two railroad companies, CSX and Norfolk Southern, for ...
Snow plowing latest dispute among commissioners - Star-Press
MUNCIE – The latest of several disagreements among the three Delaware County commissioners came Monday and focused on the county highway department’s efforts to plow snow from county roads. Since she became president of the board of commissioners in ...
Owner refutes Indian site bulldozing story - Star-Press
YORKTOWN An inquiry from a land owner to a construction compliance inspector set off alarms in the archaeological community that a woods containing an earthwork of Native American origin would be bulldozed. A representative of Larry New, an owner/developer ...
Boys Basketball Sectional Capsules - Star-Press
•Favorite: Homestead. The Spartans are 22-2 and ranked No. 4 in Class 4A. They feature a McDonald's All-American in big man Caleb Swanigan. •Dark horse: Jay County. The Patriots are the only other team in the sectional with a winning record. They've ...
Cards take shot No. 2 at EMU zone - Star-Press
•In the zone: When it comes to Eastern Michigan, the quirky, aggressive zone is always the first place one has to look. It's a 2-3, in the Syracuse mold, and often the wings come up to get after ball handlers, meaning the corners come open off the right ...
Teen said he 'swerved' past railroad gates - Star-Press
Teen said he 'swerved' past railroad gates A Muncie teen whose truck struck a train engine said he "swerved around"warning gates. Check out this story on thestarpress.com: http://tspne.ws/1ByRdJf
Meth probe lead to neglect arrests - Star-Press
A Muncie man was arrested late Friday after police found him sleeping in a running car with meth in it. On Saturday, two women were arrested at that man's southside Muncie address on meth-related charges. They were also each charged with 2 counts of neglect.
Man wounded in accidental shooting - Star-Press
Man wounded in accidental shooting An eastern Delaware County man was wounded Monday afternoon when a shotgun accidentally discharged in his home. Check out this story on thestarpress.com: http://tspne.ws/1AxQ9Qs
Beach bummer: Hailstorm whitens Southern California - Star-Press
A hailstorm created some surreal scenes Monday in southern California, mainly in Huntington Beach. The hail was part of a weather system that brought rain to coastal areas and snow to higher elevations east and north of Los Angeles.
Weather delay affects ISTEP testing - Star-Press
MUNCIE – A 2-hour weather delay caused Muncie and Yorktown schools to push back the first day of ISTEP testing. Both districts are still within the window for testing. Muncie Community Schools spokesperson Ana Pichardo said the delay shouldn’t have a ...