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News you need to know for Wednesday, Oct. 10



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Judge Kenneth Todd stands in his office. Courtesy Photo Buy Photos

Monroe County Judge Kenneth Todd resigning after 40 years

Judge Kenneth Todd stands in his office. Courtesy Photo Buy Photos

Judge Todd will resign Oct. 15. Read more here.


Kavanaugh’s confirmation sparks Bloomington protest

Junior Thomas Metcalf holds a sign which reads "community autonomy, reproductive sovereignity!" before a rally against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh on Oct. 10 near the Sample Gates. Matt Begala Buy Photos

Protesters spoke out and marched with signs to the Monroe County Courthouse. Read more here.


Three things to know about Iowa

Sophomore quarterback Peyton Ramsey prepares to hand the football off to a running back Oct. 6 at Ohio Stadium. Ramsey and the Hoosiers lost to Michigan, 31-20, on Saturday night. Alexis Oser Buy Photos

IU will look to win its first homecoming game since 2010 when Iowa visits Bloomington on Saturday. Read more here.


Behind the Projector at the IU Cinema

A projector sits behind a small open window in the back of the IU Cinema.  Courtesy Photo Buy Photos

  A projectionist at the IU Cinema has many responsibilities, but it has its rewards. Read more here.

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