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March has been quite a year, hasn’t it?
The sun sets at the Sydney Opera House on March 13, 2020.
Uni is finally in full swing here in Sydney, and what felt like a six-week holiday – Commonwealth for “vacation” – has sadly come to end.
Sydney Tomlinson poses with an elephant in Bangkok during her study abroad trip to Australia. Tomlinson is about to begin her full schedule of classes at the University of New South Wales.
I was sobbing at the Indianapolis International Airport exactly three weeks ago. Hard, publicly, unbearably. Checking my bags. Hugging my parents goodbye. Walking through security. Boarding the plane. Ordering a complimentary vodka Sprite — hey, we do what we have to do, okay?
A 2016 Indiana abortion law is being challenged by Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky in two separate lawsuits, both of which have been appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court. The Supreme Court could decide as early as Friday whether it'll hear the first case.
A lawsuit claiming Indiana state and city laws aimed at protecting LGBTQ people from discrimination violate the First Amendment is set to be decided in August by a Hamilton County judge.
A bipartisan group of 22 U.S. senators, including Sen. Todd Young, R-Ind., introduced a resolution Jan. 29 calling for the Myanmar government to make it safe for Rohingya refugees to voluntarily return to their homes in Myanmar and extend them citizenship.
The new owner of the Hoosier Times newspapers, GateHouse Media, laid off two Bloomington Herald-Times employees last week.
The Indiana Department of Child Services announced Jan. 16 it will expand services to those who have aged out of the foster care system up to age 23.
U.S. Rep. André Carson, D-7th District, reintroduced a bill this week to create a federal grant program to provide mentoring for at-risk students transitioning from middle to high school.
An Indiana death row inmate filed a lawsuit against the state Jan. 8 arguing capital punishment violates Indiana’s constitution.
The Indiana Senate unanimously approved a bill last week that was aimed to enhance penalties for crimes involving synthetic drugs. The bill will now move to the state house for a vote.
A proposed bill in the Indiana Senate would allow creationism, or “creation science,” to be taught in public schools.
The College Democrats at IU will not attend Saturday's Women’s March in Indianapolis in what they said is a break in the movement's mission.
The Indiana Supreme Court revised an Orange County sentence at the end of 2018 for a nonviolent drug offender.
While this quiz is by no means meant to be the be-all and end-all of your decision of where to live next year, here are five simple questions to get you thinking.
A Bloomington man pleaded guilty to burglary Thursday in court as part of a plea agreement for an April 2018 crime. Other charges of armed robbery and battery were dropped.
A jury trial is scheduled to begin March 11 after a 24-year-old Bloomington man accused of rape appeared in court Tuesday morning.
A 20-year-old Kelley School of Business graduate is opening a fruit and smoothie bowl restaurant, Rush Bowls, in February across from Memorial Stadium.