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Coming up on Indiana Newsdesk:

An exhibit featuring Palestinian artist Samia Halaby is happening this weekend – just not on the Indiana University campus as planned. Ahead, we’ll talk with an IU professor about the university’s decision to cancel the exhibit.

A new Miss Indiana University will be crowned this weekend. We look at the history of the pageant and what to expect this year. The winner earns a spot in the Miss Indiana pageant.

And legislators are discussing ways to increase voting security in Indiana heading into this year’s general elections.

Those stories and the latest news headlines from across the state, Friday at 6 on Indiana Newsdesk.

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Palestinian artist exhibition, Miss Indiana University, voting security | Indiana Newsdesk

An exhibit featuring Palestinian artist Samia Halaby is happening this weekend. A new Miss Indiana will be crowned this weekend. And legislators are discussing ways to increase voting security in Indiana heading into this year’s general elections.

February 15, 2024

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Miss IU 2023 winners

Miss IU competition to award thousands in scholarships Sunday 

Fourteen contestants will compete for the crown this year, with about $4,000 in scholarships on the line.

February 14, 2024

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Columbus City Council Voted To Ban E-cigarette Smoking In Non-smoking Vicinities

Students potentially unaware of IU smoking regulations, lack of productive enforcement

The university relies on the community to ask those they see vaping or smoking to stop.

February 13, 2024

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Eskenazi School reputation is damaged after IU cancels Palestinian artist, letter says

Seventy-five staff and faculty signed a letter Feb. 7 which says the cancellation compromises IU’s reputation as a “haven of creative expression, academic freedom and human rights.” 

February 13, 2024

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Officials, advocates flag privacy, voter suppression concerns for election security bill

Proponents said HB 1264 is about further ensuring Indiana's already secure elections are more secure. Voter advocates and election officials worry the bill goes too far and will make it harder for people to cast a ballot.

February 9, 2024

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Tenure bill, classroom complaint portal, baby box adoptions | Indiana Newsdesk

A bill in the statehouse could hand more control of universities to politicians, attorney general Todd Rokita launches a website to submit "objectionable" classroom material and we visit a family who adopted their child from a baby box.

February 9, 2024

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“Better than we could have asked”: Couple shares baby box adoption story

Indiana allows someone to surrender a baby under 30 days old anonymously to a hospital, fire station, or other emergency medical professionals.

February 8, 2024

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The Indiana Statehouse

Bill would hand legislature increased control over state universities

If SB 202 were to pass, the board of trustees would determine who receives (and loses) tenure. It also would replace two of IU's elected trustees with those appointed by president pro tempore of the senate and speaker of the house.

February 7, 2024

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Rokita’s new ‘Eyes on Education’ portal prompts pushback from Indiana school officials

Multiple districts indicated they were not made aware of submissions to the public portal — and that many documents are out of date.

February 2, 2024

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Wetland protections, employers paying for higher education, election supervisor vacancy | Indiana Newsdesk

New state legislation redefines wetlands that some say will lead to less protections. Companies looking to improve workforce education are paying employees to take higher education classes. And Monroe County doesn’t have an election supervisor.

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February 2, 2024

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Palestinian artist Samia Halaby's work to show at Buskirk-Chumley Theater after IU cancelation

“Samia Halaby Uncanceled” is a free but ticketed event Feb. 17 at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater.

February 2, 2024

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House bill could weaken remaining protections for Indiana wetlands

Representatives from the Indiana Builder’s Association say the bill is a compromise to prevent permitting delays. Environmental groups worry it does more than clarify existing law.

February 1, 2024

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November 7, 2023 General Election

Election supervisor vacancy prompts letter from League of Women Voters

The local League of Women Voters chapter says it's concerned by Monroe County's current lack of an election supervisor.

January 29, 2024

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New bill limiting foreign land ownership moves on to Senate

The bill states that beginning in July, any agricultural land sale must include an affidavit affirming that the purchaser is not from an adversarial country such as China, Russia, or North Korea.

January 26, 2024

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Homeless encampment eviction, MCCSC school merger, Statehouse update | Indiana Newsdesk

The city has evicted a homeless encampment on Bloomington’s west side. Parents say the MCCSC proposal to merge Childs and Templeton elementary schools is just one more disruption for pandemic-scarred students. And what you missed at the Statehouse this week.

January 26, 2024

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Weekly Statehouse Update: chaplains in public schools, wetland protections, speed limit increase

Religious chaplains would be allowed to serve as public school counselors in a bill approved by a Senate committee. Wetlands protections are further eroded in legislation clearing the House. And debate begins on raising highway speed limits.

January 25, 2024

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City removes homeless camp for second time under new mayoral administration

City staff and social workers assisted in clearing the camp, which lay in a wooded area by the Wheeler Mission on the city’s west side.

January 25, 2024

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Employers and Ivy Tech partner for affordable, free college and skills training

Thousands of Indiana employees have received investments from employers for education and training.

January 24, 2024

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University-Fairview school merger off the table, MCCSC wants input on Childs–Templeton proposal

The Monroe County Community School board will schedule listening forums with Templeton and Childs Elementary parents and teachers about a proposed merger of the schools.

January 19, 2024

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IU Israel-Palestine debate, Indiana rental costs, dangerous intersections | Indiana Newsdesk

Some say IU is stifling free speech after getting caught up in the Israel-Palestine debate. Hoosiers are facing skyrocketing rental costs, but Indiana is one of the few states that have no rent control laws. And we take a look at some of the most dangerous intersections in Bloomington.

January 19, 2024

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Across IU, Palestinians feel their voices being silenced

Israel-Palestine debates have grown fierce on American campuses. Recent events at IU have convinced some students and faculty that the university is taking unusual measures to silence the pro-Palestinian side.

January 18, 2024

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Palestine rally in Dunn Meadow at Indiana University Oct 9, 2023.

Map shows Bloomington’s most dangerous intersections for pedestrians

Bloomington prides itself as being a bike and pedestrian friendly city. But how does it measure up when you look at the data?

January 12, 2024

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IU cancels Palestinian art exhibit, fewer beef antibiotics, therapeutic value of horses | Indiana Newsdesk

Indiana University cancels an upcoming exhibit by a Palestinian artist. One Indiana farm is producing beef from cattle treated with fewer antibiotics. And we visit an adaptive riding center to witness the therapeutic value of horses.

January 12, 2024

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PALS Adaptive Riding Center making a difference in many lives

The center promotes healing through interaction with a number of horses on site. It offers a variety of services for people with disabilities, veterans, senior citizens and at-risk youth.

January 12, 2024

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Indiana farm to become first in the nation to adopt new beef standard

How Fischer Farms in Saint Anthony, Indiana is working with the Antibiotic Resistance Action Center to pilot a new process verification standard for beef.

January 11, 2024

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IU Eskenazi art museum cancels Palestinian artist's exhibition

Samia Halaby, a former student and tenured faculty member, is regarded as a pioneer in twentieth-century abstract art and one of Palestine’s most acclaimed artists.

January 11, 2024

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Should Indiana have rent control laws?

The lack of rent control laws affects limited-income families the most.

January 9, 2024

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IU suspends professor after Palestine event, faculty say IU broke procedure

Associate Professor of Political Science and Middle Eastern Studies Abdulkader Sinno was suspended for two semesters after the club hosted an event without an approved room request.

January 5, 2024

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New mayor, General Assembly preview, Bloomington nightlife | Indiana Newsdesk

The new year rings in a new administration in Bloomington. There’s plenty of options to enjoy nightlife for the younger generation, but not so much for older Bloomingtonians. And a General Assembly preview.

January 5, 2024

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Bloomington Nightlife: Some residents say nothing has ever replaced 'The Hole'

One Monroe County resident says nightlife in Bloomington lacks diversity and misses The Hole, and bar and dance club housed in the B.G. Pollard Lodge before it closed.

December 29, 2023

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Thomson discusses strategy on ongoing projects before term starts

Bloomington Mayor-elect Kerry Thomson discusses the ongoing city projects she'll be tasked with once she takes office.

December 22, 2023

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Twin Springs Creamery, Indiana’s Santa Claus post office, year in review | Indiana Newsdesk

A small Bloomington dairy farm faces challenges in an international market. Thousands of letters addressed to jolly old St. Nick flows through the post office in Santa Claus, Indiana. And we take a look back at some of the biggest stories of the year.

December 22, 2023

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Year In Review: Indiana Newsdesk's top news stories of 2023

This week, we take a look back at some of the biggest stories from this year.

December 22, 2023

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Canadian dairy policy woes and the challenges faced by small-scale dairy farmers

A new creamery is set to open in Bloomington, providing a fresh local option for dairy goods. Twin Springs Creamery says it will be filling a gap that's existed in the area for some time.

December 22, 2023

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Small Indiana town a global hub for holiday letters

Santa Claus, Indiana is home to two seasonal postal traditions that draw tens of thousands of letters from around the country and world.

December 20, 2023

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Sunset Skatepark in Evansville drew visitors from surrounding states, as well as around the city.

Skaters feel ‘blessed’ and ‘grateful’ for brand new skatepark in Evansville

After more than a decade of campaigning and a year of construction and delays, Evansville's Sunset Skatepark, named the largest skatepark in Indiana, is open to the public.

December 15, 2023

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City fiber optic installation damage, billboard ban, antisemitism | Indiana Newsdesk

Bloomington fiber optic installation has resulted in damage to some homeowners’ utilities. Bloomington’s proposal to remove billboards from the city is personal for one family. And an IU professor talks about the rise of antisemitism.

December 15, 2023

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Columbus turning former mall into sports and wellness center

The $92 million transformation of the mall into a health, wellness, and recreation center is scheduled to be done by April.

December 15, 2023

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City Limits: Billboard ban would be a big loss for Bloomington man

For some, billboards are just signs that show drivers where to get gas at the nearest highway exit or promote an upcoming IU football game. But for one Bloomington man, billboards are more than just advertisements.

December 14, 2023

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City Limits: Fiber installer says residents shouldn't pay for its damages, but some can't get reimbursed

Bloomington’s ambitious fiber optic plan will bring rapid download speeds to thousands of homes. But homeowners affected by damage during installation can find themselves bogged down for months.

December 13, 2023

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16mm exhibit features cameras dating back as early as 1923

The exhibit displays 16millimeter cameras, an invention considered one of the most prominent advancements in camera technology.

December 8, 2023

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Remembering a decade of Indiana Newsdesk

2023 marks the 10-year anniversary of Indiana Newsdesk. We take a look back at a decade of stories from the WTIU newsroom.

December 8, 2023

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Demise of newspapers, internships for students with disabilities, living Christmas Trees | Indiana Newsdesk

What happens when private equity firms swoop in and buy up local newspapers? A program established through Ezkenazi Health connects students with disabilities to full-time, paid internships. And more on the benefits of living Christmas Trees.

December 8, 2023

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Living Christmas trees can be a sustainable alternative to fresh cut and plastic trees

White pine trees can be used as living Christmas trees and are native to Indiana.

December 7, 2023

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Paige Moore leads a demonstration during her internship. She wears a blue apron from Eskenazi Health.

'The perfect match': College students with physical disabilities earn internships with Fehribach Center

About 200 college students with physical disabilities have been matched to internships in Indianapolis.

December 1, 2023

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No tents in parks affecting unhoused people, rural legal representation, AI dangers | Indiana Newsdesk

Service providers are worried Bloomington's rule against camping tents in parks will make it a difficult winter for people who are unhoused. Those in rural areas needing legal help are being affected by lack of lawyers. And the growing dangers of artificial intelligence.

December 1, 2023

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City Limits: As temperatures drop, tents no longer allowed in public parks

Bloomington’s board of park commissioners passed a rule in August banning enclosed structures, such as camping tents, in public parks during the daytime.

December 1, 2023

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Legal experts share potential solutions to rural attorney shortage

An Indiana Supreme Court report says the bar passage rate declined last year to 63 percent, down from 71 percent just two years ago. Leaders say younger attorneys aren’t replacing older ones, with rural areas being hit the hardest.

November 28, 2023

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IU experts discuss White House AI guidelines, express concerns

The overarching goal of the White House executive order is to increase transparency from AI companies about how their models work and address concerns about the growing power of AI.

November 17, 2023

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Marijuana legalization in Indiana, abortion and OB-GYN training, youth hunting | Indiana Newsdesk

Will Indiana ever legalize the drug as Hoosiers cross state lines to purchase it? The state’s near-total abortion ban has thrown a wrench into Indiana University’s OB-GYN training program. And we visit with a family using the upcoming youth hunting weekend to hone their skills.

November 17, 2023

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Indiana now surrounded on three sides by recreational marijuana

Recreational marijuana is legal in Michigan, Illinois and now Ohio. Kentucky has medical exceptions for its use. But Indiana remains an Island of prohibition.

November 17, 2023

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One of the world's largest percussion events is held in Indianapolis

More than 5,700 percussionists descended on Indianapolis last week for one of the largest such gatherings in the world.

November 17, 2023

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Youth hunting weekends give kids head start

Adults are not allowed to hunt during the two youth hunting weekends, they are designated strictly for kids.

November 17, 2023

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Abortion restrictions prevent OB-GYN training, so IU sends residents to Illinois

Indiana University OB-GYN residents are required to train in abortions and pregnancy loss. State laws prevent them from doing so in Indiana.

November 10, 2023

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IU’s Kinsey Institute in jeopardy, thriving otters, innovative housing | Indiana Newsdesk

The board of trustees is deciding whether to separate the Kinsey Institute from IU. What the state is doing to maintain a healthy otter population. And an innovative way to think about the housing crisis.

November 10, 2023

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Trustees table vote that would have split the Kinsey Institute

Their anticipated decision today would have determined whether the Kinsey Institute would be split between a nonprofit and the Kinsey name and collections.

November 10, 2023

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River otter trapping season starts November 15

Since reintroduction to the state in 1995, otter populations in Indiana are among the highest in the world. Now going into its 9th season, otter trapping helps keep populations healthy.

November 9, 2023

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City Limits: Why add bike lanes to S.R. 45? What do users think?

INDOT plans to install bike lanes on part of State Road 45 on Bloomington’s east side. The project has received mixed reactions, even among some bicyclists.

November 8, 2023

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Kinsey Institute supporters present petition at statue of its founder

Supporters of the Kinsey Institute filled the lawn around his statue Wednesday to protest an IU administration plan to separate the institute from the university.

November 3, 2023

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Coach Bob Knight passes, Gary industrial polluters, Brown County foliage | Indiana Newsdesk

Love him or hate him, you can’t deny the impact Coach Bob Knight had on the game of basketball. Some Gary residents have filed a lawsuit in an effort to stop the state from allowing industrial polluters in their communities. And time is running out to see the famous foliage in Brown County.

November 2, 2023

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Brown Co. State Park voted third best state park for fall foliage

Southern Indiana always ranks high for fall foliage views, and this year is no different. Back in September, New York Travel Guides ranked Brown County State Park as the third-best state park in the country to view fall foliage.

November 2, 2023

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Bob Knight: 1940-2023

Knight’s larger-than-life personality earned him the adoration of diehard fans and the ire of critics. The university is not planning a public memorial service.

November 1, 2023

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Legendary IU basketball coach Bob Knight dies at 83

Knight became the head coach at IU in 1971 and quickly turned the program into one of the nation’s best, winning 11 Big Ten titles and three national championships in 29 seasons.

November 1, 2023

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Experts weigh in on Pence’s loss and future

Once a leader in the American conservative movement, Pence finds himself an orphan in his own party. 

October 27, 2023

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Knox Co group seeks second life for abandoned asylum

Andy Barmes said he’s driven past the Knox County Poor Asylum almost every day of his life, but it wasn’t until 2020 that he saw it up close. That’s when he decided it needed saving.

October 27, 2023

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Kimmie Gordon of Gary Advocates for Responsible Development (GARD) overlooks the Little Calumet River at a peaceful spot in the city

'If not now, then when?' Gary residents seek brighter, cleaner future through Biden's EPA

Gary’s industrial history has also come with a legacy of pollution.

October 27, 2023

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Monolith: The five-year saga of Bloomington’s polarizing landmark 

Planning this monument played out in the open, in public meetings over five years. How were the people of Bloomington caught so off guard?   

October 27, 2023

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MCCSC backlash, monolith on hold, Knox County Poor Asylum, BHSN marching band | Indiana Newsdesk

Backlash was swift and loud after the MCCSC announced a high school schedule change. Now it’s the weather that’s putting the Bloomington monolith on hold. And we visit the rundown Knox County Poor Asylum, which one group is hoping to save.

October 26, 2023

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Bloomington North band marching into state finals

The Cougar Band will compete against nine other marching bands from across the state Saturday at state marching finals in Lucas Oil Stadium.

October 25, 2023

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MCCSC superintendent Jeff Hauswald looks on during Tuesday night's school board meeting.

MCCSC board delays high school schedule change, to revisit decision

Any decisions on school schedule changes in the future will no longer be left up to superintendent Jeff Hauswald. The board grabbed control of that responsibility.

October 20, 2023

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Monroe County school referendum, Terre Haute mayoral race, Brown County Music Center | Indiana Newsdesk

Monroe County voters are being asked to approve another school referendum this election. The Brown County Music Center is on track for its most profitable year ever. And the latest on the battle over annexation by the city of Bloomington.

October 20, 2023

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Monroe County has one contested race and a referendum for November

Local officials, election workers, and candidates as busy preparing for the upcoming 2023 general election. But it’s an off year, which historically sees lower participation rates. 

October 20, 2023

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Brown County Music Center set to donate excess profits to Nashville community

After being closed for nearly two years due to the COVID pandemic, the Brown County Music Center is on track to have its first profitable year. Some residents want to know if those funds will help the community the venue resides in.

October 19, 2023

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Judge grants annexation trial to proceed

Judge Nathan Nikirk issued a ruling Thursday to reschedule the annexation appeal trial date for areas 1A and 1B.

October 19, 2023

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Bloomington gallery showcases death row artist

An exhibition of Yuri Kadamov’s paintings, titled “I Was a Prisoner, and You Came to Me,” will be on display at the Juniper Gallery through Nov. 3. 

October 13, 2023

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Digital coupons leave seniors and low-income shoppers behind

For those without phones, getting the best deal when grocery shopping has become a challenge.

October 13, 2023

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As push to move Bloomington police, fire advances, officials sound alarm

The mayor's office hopes construction can begin in 2024, but some are pushing back against the plans.

October 12, 2023

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Bloomington police and fire headquarters relocation, digital coupons, federal executions | Indiana Newsdesk

Work could begin early next year on moving the Bloomington police and fire department headquarters into the Showers Building. Digital coupons are changing the way consumers shop, but they have to be tech savvy to get the most out of the deals. And our new podcast on federal executions debuts, Rush to Kill.

October 12, 2023

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Terre Haute mayoral Democratic challenger Brandon Sakbun and Republican incumbent Duke Bennett

Terre Haute mayoral race features long-time incumbent and political newcomer

Republican incumbent mayor Duke Bennett faces democratic challenger Brandon Sakbun in November's general election.

October 6, 2023

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MCCSC high school schedule snafu, mixed-use path safety, student absenteeism | Indiana Newsdesk

MCCSC is forming focus groups after opposition over common high school schedules. Bloomington’s efforts to keep everyone safe on mixed-use paths. And a new report shows a high rate of absenteeism by Hoosier students.

October 6, 2023

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City leaders, pedestrians seek bike safety solutions for mixed-use paths

A recent collision on the B-Line trail raised questions about how to keep both cyclists and pedestrians safe on mixed-use paths.

October 6, 2023

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Introducing: Rush to Kill

Go inside the secretive facility where the U.S. carries out all federal executions in this new eight-part podcast from WFIU.

October 5, 2023

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MCCSC community expresses frustration over potential schedule change

Although MCCSC has not formally released any proposed schedule changes, students, schoolboard members and teachers say the proposal could change the schedule to semesters with seven 40-minute periods.

October 5, 2023

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Thousands of Hoosier kids missed between 10 and 18 days of school last year, per new data

Indiana’s education officials on Wednesday raised alarms about high rates of chronic absenteeism across the state.

October 4, 2023

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The Cat's Closet offers adoptable cats and vintage clothing

The store is Black and Queer owned and opens this Saturday.

September 29, 2023

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Student loan repayment, Farm Bill update, Farm Aid concert | Indiana Newsdesk

People with student loans have to start repaying them this weekend. What happens if lawmakers don’t pass a farm bill before Saturday’s deadline? And musical legends take the stage in Indiana to shine a spotlight on family farmers.

September 29, 2023

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The Farm Bill expired Sept. 30, here's what that means

September 30th marks the expiration of the Farm Bill, a piece of legislation that needs to be renewed every five years. We spoke with farmers and legal experts to unpack how the bill’s expiration may affect Hoosiers.

September 28, 2023

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Everything Hoosiers need to know about federal student loan repayments

It’s been more than three years since federal loan repayments were paused because of the COVID-19 pandemic. In October, the freeze will be over for more than 900,000 Hoosiers.

September 24, 2023

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Farm Aid brings folk rock icons to Indiana

Rock stars took center stage, but Willie Nelson made clear that farmers were the guests of honor.

September 22, 2023

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Employees start moving into Spencer subdivision being built by Cook

New housing developments by Cook Medical give homeowners a chance to break through the housing market.

September 22, 2023

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Bloomington gateway monolith, Cook housing employees, Autoworker strike | Indiana Newsdesk

Bloomington’s mayor addresses the $1.1 million gateway project and its controversial 40-foot monolith. The Cook company is getting into the real estate business to help its employees find homes near work. And where negotiations stand since autoworkers went on strike.

September 21, 2023

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Mayor says gateway monolith is under contract and being built or complete

Mayor John Hamilton says the plans for the gateways are funded by Bicentennial bonds passed in 2018.

September 21, 2023

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Stellantis says it may temporarily lay off 300 workers at Kokomo parts plants due to UAW strike

In a statement Wednesday, the company said the anticipated layoffs are due to the United Auto Workers' "targeted" strike at an assembly plant in Toledo, Ohio.

September 20, 2023

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2023 Lotus Festival to feature international artists, dance hall

Almost 250 volunteers have helped with this year’s festival so far.

September 19, 2023

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Eastern Greene High School soccer team kicks off thanks to generous community donation

The field is entirely donated by Marcy and Carl Cook, a family with children in the Greene County school system.

September 15, 2023

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'Stroad': SR-46 a growing pain for Ellettsville residents

State Road 46 southeast of Ellettsville is a type of roadway called a “stroad”: a suburban fixture with the storefronts and housing of a street but the high speed and traffic of a road.

September 15, 2023

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Auto worker strike, new exhibit in Columbus, 'stroads' | Indiana Newsdesk

Exhibit Columbus presents its fourth downtown exhibit, Indiana's UAW waits to go on strike, and Ellettsville residents express concern over SR-46.

September 15, 2023

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Columbus kicks off fourth downtown exhibit 'Public By Design'

Thousands of community members and visitors ushered in Exhibit Columbus featuring 13 new works of art and architecture throughout downtown.

September 15, 2023

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As union contract expires, Indiana's UAW autoworkers aren't 'standing up' to strike – yet

The United Auto Workers union contracts at General Motors, Ford and Stellantis expired Thursday night without a tentative agreement on a new contract in sight. Some UAW workers are striking, but not in Indiana.

September 14, 2023

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Bloomington city council rejects effort to prevent camping on sidewalks, streets

The draft legislation was widely seen as an effort to prevent homeless individuals from camping on sidewalks, streets and roads.

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