Bloomington - Indiana

Hoosier miscues lead to Wake Forest 33-28 win

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John Wolford ran for two touchdowns and threw for another, and Jessie Bates returned an interception for a third score Saturday to lead Wake Forest past Indiana 33-28.Read more

PHOTO: Bloomington Police searching for Circle K robbery suspect

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Police are looking for a man who robbed a gas station in Bloomington early Tuesday morning.Read more

Work resumes on I-69 project in Monroe County

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Work is underway once again on the I-69 project.Read more


Indiana University drone regulations tight despite new rules

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Indiana University officials say there are still strict restrictions on using drones on the Bloomington campus despite a recent move by the Federal Aviation...Read more

Jury selection continues in Hannah Wilson murder trial

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Jury selection will continue into next week in the trial for the man accused of murdering an Indiana University student.Read more

Marsh set to close all stores unless buyer is found in 60 days

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The company suffering from poor sales performance due to increased competition. It is seeking buyers and business partners to keep the stores open.Read more

IU confirms 3rd mumps case

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Indiana University has confirmed a third student has been diagnosed with mumps, officially making it an outbreak, according to CDC standards.Read more

Indiana trooper fired for relationship with 17-year-old girl

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Indiana State Police trooper has been fired after admitting to continuing a relationship with a 17-year-old girl.Read more

3 Hoosier cities land on '100 Best Places to Live' list

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Bloomington, Indianapolis and Fort Wayne all made the cut, with Bloomington finishing highest.Read more


Purdue student starts 100-mile walk in honor of Tyler Trent

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Purdue student Aaron Lai took the first steps in what will be a long trip to Bloomington as a fundraiser in memory of Tyler Trent.Read more

NEA awards $215,000 to 9 Indiana arts nonprofits, 2 artists

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Nine Indiana nonprofits and two Hoosier artists are sharing in grants totaling $215,000 awarded by a federal arts agency.Read more