The Buskirk-Chumley Theater’s marquee was vandalized and police were notified around 10 a.m. Wednesday, Bloomington Police Department Capt. Ryan Pedigo said.
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A blue 2007 Nissan Titan truck was set on fire and destroyed Wednesday night, Bloomington Police Department Sgt. Dana Cole said. No one was injured from the fire.
The U.S. Supreme Court uphelda Pennsylvania Supreme Court decision Oct. 19 that allows mail-in ballots to be counted until Nov. 6, three days after Election Day, as long as the envelopes are postmarked by Election Day, according to a Politico article.
IU Police Department arrested a student Wednesday for the charge of sexual battery that occurred late Tuesday night at Read Center, Deputy Chief Shannon Bunger said.
An IU Acacia fraternity member died Friday night after being shot early that morning while visiting the University of Alabama, family friend Tearrah Terry said in a text message.
The body of a male student was found Monday morning in IU’s University East apartments, IU Police Department Deputy Chief Shannon Bunger said. Officers aren’t suspecting foul play and believe at this time he died from natural causes, Bunger said.
In front of the Circle K at the corner of Indiana Avenue and Third Street are flowers, pictures and a pumpkin, in honor of Daniel Plebanek’s favorite time of year.
The IU student who was struck by a pickup truck Tuesday at the intersection of Third Street and Indiana Avenue succumbed to his injuries and died, IU Police Department Deputy Chief Shannon Bunger said.
The proposed Bloomington Police Department 2021 budget allocates some money to hire an additional two social workers, two neighborhood resource specialists and one data analyst, resulting in a cost savings of more than $30,000.
IU Police Department responded to a suspicious person and bomb threat around 11:30 a.m. Thursday at Franklin Hall, Chief Jill Lees said. Nothing suspicious was found after sweeping the building.
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IU Police Department is investigating a rape that occurred Saturday evening at Eigenmann Hall, allegedly involving two men and one woman, according to a Wednesday crime notice from IUPD.
Bloomington Police Department is currently investigating an alleged triple homicide-suicide that occurred Sunday morning, according to a press release from BPD.
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Bloomington Police Department responded to the Red, White and Blue Rally Saturday after receiving calls about three alleged instances of assaults and harassment, BPD Sgt. Benjamin Burns said Sunday morning. No arrests have been made, according to arrest records.
The 47th class of the IU Cadet Officer Program graduated 45 new officers Aug. 14 after training during the coronavirus pandemic, which meant taking online academic classes and learning tactical skills while maintaining social distance.
As thousands of students return to Bloomington this fall, those living both on and off campus are required to be tested for COVID-19. IU University Events, which oversees events such as commencement and freshman induction, has led the testing for Bloomington’s campus.
This story has been updated at 9:58 a.m. Aug.18
Pizza X hourly employees will receive a 75% pay raise as of April 8 until the end of June, Jeff Mease, the co-owner of the restaurant, said in a Facebook post. This also includes staff that does prep work for Pizza X, such as making the dough, in the restaurant’s commissary kitchen.
On this episode of Posted, hosts Ally Melnik and Alex Hardgrave discuss this week's headlines, including tight end Peyton Hendershot's arrest, IU alumni being named Disney's new CEO and Khristian Lander committed to IU for basketball.