Man serving life in 1957 cold case appeals his murder conviction
By Ann O'Neill "Nostalgia" and flimsy evidence led to guilty verdicts in the nation's oldest cold case ever solved, according to the man serving a life sentence for kidnapping and murdering a neighbor's child in 1957.
Pontiac Veteran Wants Iraq, Afghanistan War Memorial
A U.S. Navy veteran from Pontiac wants to put up a monument to honor Livingston County residents who served in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
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Gas station will soon be home sweet home
Scot and Jo Boyce are renovating an 84-year-old, abandoned service station on a corner in downtown Muncie.
The 3 Pipeline Expansion Projects that could import 72% more Tar Sands Oil into US than Keystone XL
The Alberta Clipper is part of a large network of pipelines owned by Enbridge, the company responsible for the spill of dilbit into Michigan's Kalamazoo River.
Kendall's Korner: Getting my kicks on Route 66
In 2012, my boyfriend, Tim, and I went to Pontiac to check out the Route 66 Museum.