Ken Hartman

FAA Puts Air Restrictions on Carroll County Crash Site

The FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) Has put a three mile radius no fly zone on the area of the plane crash in Carroll County. This restriction includes drones and small planes from flying over the scene less than 5,000 feet.. This is in effective till Saturday February 24, 2018 at 3:20 a.m.

No Survivors From Plane Crash in Southern Carroll County

At approximately 7:39 p.m. Thursday, officers from the Indiana State Police, the Carroll County Sheriff’s Department, and conservation officers from the Indiana Department of Natural Resources responded to a reported plane crash, in a field, near Carroll County Roads 500 West and 600 South. When officers arrived, they found debris indicating there had been a…

Ball State ‘Uniquely Situated’ to Help Muncie Schools

Inside INdiana Business is reporting that a bill that would turn over management authority of Muncie Community Schools to Ball State University will have to wait until next week for its next opportunity to be heard by the Senate Appropriations Committee. House Bill 1315, which has already been approved by the Indiana House and must receive a full…

Indiana Students Better Prepared for College as Number of AP Exams Offered, Taken and Passed Increases Again

In partnership with the College Board and the Indiana Commission for Higher Education (ICHE), the Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) announced today another year of increases in the number of Advanced Placement (AP) exams offered, as well as the number of students taking and passing AP exams. “Preparing students for future workforce success has always…

ISP Increases Impaired, Dangerous Driving Patrols in March

Your Indiana State Police is joining law-enforcement agencies across Indiana this March to increase dangerous and impaired driving patrols for the NCAA Tournament and St. Patrick’s Day. Last year, the weekend beginning St. Patrick’s Day had the highest number crashes involving impaired drivers. With March 17, 2018 falling on a Saturday, police are conducting random…

Recreation, Park, Tourism Expert to Speak at Summit

More than 75 community, government, education and business leaders from the City of Frankfort and Clinton County have been invited to meet Wednesday, March 7 for Mayor Chris McBarnes’ eighth City-County Leadership Summit, with this year’s focus on the vital impact green spaces and recreational amenities have on economic development and tourism for a community.…

County Roads Now Open After Being Closed

Clinton County Central Dispatch has announced that the Clinton County Highway has reopened County Road 800 North between County Road 100 East and County Road 200 East as well as County Road 0 E/W from State Road 26 to County Road 800 North. Those roads had been closed due to high water..

Tech Census Shows Successes, Need for Improvement

Inside INdiana Business is reporting that Indianapolis-based Powderkeg has released the inaugural Indianapolis Tech Census Report. The report details the results of a survey of nearly 400 members of the Indy tech community, including the momentum, growth and challenges facing the tech sector. One of the key takeaways centers around diversity and equality among tech companies which, according to…