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When freshman Jacob Bailey started his first semester at IU, he said he was surprised at how much time he spent trying to get on the Wi-Fi.
While families picked restaurants for a post-football game dinner and students packed into bars to begin their Saturday night, one group on Kirkwood Avenue was not there to celebrate.
At a tucked-away property just north of Ellettsville, 73-year-old Treva Warthan stood under the bright Wednesday afternoon sun and scrubbed at the 666 someone had spray-painted on her church's front door.
Bloomington United’s Evening of Solidarity brought about 200 people Tuesday evening to the Monroe County Courthouse, but not everyone who showed up was in support of the rally.
A Bloomington Township board member running for city council is facing backlash from the Monroe County Democratic Party for filing as an independent candidate in the race.
A man drove his SUV through a group of protesters Saturday morning as they marched down Sixth Street waving signs against white nationalism at the Bloomington Community Farmers’ Market.
As the Bloomington Community Farmers’ Market prepared to open again after being shut down for two weeks, a small group of vendors stood together in a circle between booths and joined hands.
A graduate student was suspended after allegations of sexual misconduct.
INDIANAPOLIS – President Trump said Friday he would not ratify a United Nations treaty regulating international weapons trade during a speech at the NRA convention leadership forum.
INDIANAPOLIS – It was the Lollapalooza of Republican gun politics.
On this episode of Posted, hosts Lydia Gerike and Jacob deCastro talk about the week's headlines and speak with Isabel Mishkin, the new student body president.
Two women were hit by a car Tuesday evening. They were taken to the hospital with injuries that are not life-threatening, police said.
Two women were struck by a car around 7:20 p.m. Tuesday near the intersection of Third Street and Ballantine Road, police said.
INDIANAPOLIS — Seven people died from gunfire that occurred over the course of 24 violent hours this weekend.
A CrimeWatch sign stands on Tuxedo Street in Indianapolis a few blocks down from where a 21-year-old man was shot Monday. Seven people died from weekend gun violence in Indianapolis.
On this episode of Posted, hosts Lydia Gerike and Jacob deCastro talk about the week's headlines and speak with Christine Fernando about why students have to take P155: Public Oral Communication.
On this episode of Posted, hosts Lydia Gerike and Jacob deCastro talk about the week's headlines and speak with Caroline Anders about her story detailing sexual harassment allegations against county commissioner Amanda Barge.
A rape was reported early Sunday morning, according to an IU-Notify alert. Police believe the rape happened shortly before 8 p.m. Saturday outside Eigenmann Hall.
On this episode of Posted, hosts Lydia Gerike and Jacob deCastro talk about the week's headlines and speak with Kaitlin Edquist about her story "The artist's memories."