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Wednesday rundown: Police find 64 grams of meth, Archie Miller hits the road, "Rumors" to open this weekend, IU conducts research on twins

Police find 64 grams of meth

Police arrested two Bloomington men for dealing meth after finding meth, heroin and several handguns in their cars. They found 50 grams of crystal methamphetamine in one car they stopped and 14 grams of methamphetamine along with four firearms in another car. Read more here.

Archie Miller hits the road

IU Coach Archie Miller kneels on the sideline during Indiana's game against the Indiana State Sycamores on Friday. This marked Miller's first regular season game as head coach of the Hoosiers.  Evan De Stefano

IU Coach Archie Miller faces his first road test in charge of the Hoosiers tonight as IU plays No. 22 Seton Hall in Newark, New Jersey, as part of the 2017 Gavitt Games. Read more here.

"Rumors" to open this weekend

A theater group formed and ran by high schoolers, Bloomington Youth Theater, is presenting its production of Neil Simon’s “Rumors” Nov. 17 through 19 at the Ivy Tech John Waldron Arts Center. Read more here.

IU conducts research on twins

Assistant professor Dan Kennedy (left) and co-author Brian D'Onofrio (right) helped lead a study at IU that found twins follow similar eye patterns when looking at their environments. The study on twins was one of the largest eye-tracking studies. Courtesy Photo

A new study from IU researcher shows that genetics play a role in how we view the world. Researchers tracked eye patterns in fraternal and identical twins to find out how they examined images. There were strong similarities in patterns between twins in all pairs, especially those who are identical. Read more here.

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