Brandon Hood, a 9th Congressional District Democratic candidate, has been accused of sexual harassment and assault by a campaign volunteer. Following the accusations, Hood’s campaign manager and a prominent organizer for the campaign stepped down Tuesday and asked him publicly to withdraw from the race.
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Josh Coolman sits down in his office. Photos of his family members are spread throughout the room. Christmas lights, which he turns on when he needs some color, brighten the space and distract him from the fact that there are no windows. He turns on music for solace. Recently, he’s been listening to “Be Still” by The Killers.
The Monroe County Health Department has partnered with Wheeler Mission, which runs multiple homeless shelters in Bloomington and throughout Indiana, to train volunteers experiencing homelessness for a peer educator program and distribute COVID-19 sanitation kits.
IU graduate Brian Funk spent a week building furniture, creating decorations and designing the layout of the virtual island for a commencement ceremony in "Animal Crossing: New Horizons" to replace the celebration his friends couldn’t have.
Kristi Alderson wants an enchilada. But at 38 weeks pregnant in the middle of a global pandemic, her cravings take a backseat to her safety. Instead, she’s learned how to make the fluffy tortilla-based food at home, along with a number of Thai recipes taken from cooking shows she watches with her eight-year-old daughter.
Bloomington Transit has postponed approving all service changes at the board of directors meeting April 21. The changes were proposed by a previous study conducted in 2018-19 through a partnership with a transportation planning firm.
Hunter Bloomington Properties removed washers, dryers and other appliances Monday from three apartments in Bloomington where tenants have been unable or refused to pay rent, according to emails obtained by the Indiana Daily Student.
Despite his small stature, Dennis Peters had a roaring voice that filled lecture halls. He leapt up from chairs in the graduate chemistry advising office and wowed children and adults alike with flashes of colors and bright fires during Magic of Chemistry programs, clad in a colorful lab coat decorated with chemical illustrations, mathematical formulas and equations.
The City of Bloomington alleges that the owners of Schooner Creek Farm broke their farmer's market contract by filing a federal lawsuit against the city, mayor and other city officials, according to court documents filed April 13 in U.S. District Court.
Various road-improvement and infrastructure projects in Bloomington have started during Gov. Eric Holcomb’s stay-at-home order, which is scheduled to last until April 20. The city's goal is to have the projects finished by the time IU and Monroe County Community School Corporation return to their regular academic schedules, according to a city press release.
Gov. Eric Holcomb issued an executive order March 30 requiring that locations such abortion clinics, health care facilities and providers cancel or postpone all elective or nonessential surgical and invasive procedures while the COVID-19 pandemic rages. Some abortion-rights activists are concerned.
To prevent the spread of COVID-19 within the Monroe County Jail, the county began releasing some nonviolent inmates who are still going through the court system or whose sentences will end soon.
As people are laid off and businesses shut down, paying rent has become a pipe dream for many people. Tenants unions are springing up in response.
The IU Health hospital system has been preparing for weeks for a COVID-19 surge in Monroe County, a hospital official said during a Friday videoconference with city, county and university officials.
IU researchers have gotten their research canceled, delayed or had to adapt to the loss of onsite facilities due to the COVID-19 pandemic within the last few weeks. An announcement from IU’s vice president of research last week restricted it even more.
A Bloomington Airbnb host is renting out seven bedrooms for free to medical staff members who live with immunocompromised people during the coronavirus pandemic.
State, county nor city police can pull people over for violating Gov. Eric Holcomb’s stay-at-home order, Indiana State Police Superintendent Doug Carter said Thursday during a live streamed press briefing organized by Gov. Eric Holcomb and other state officials.
University officials answered questions in a videoconference Thursday morning about housing and meal plan reimbursements, community help and move-out procedures. About 200 people attended the videoconference, and officials answered questions from participants for about an hour. They promoted the event across social media in the past few days and took questions from those posts.
Bloomington restaurants and bars are asking for a lifeline to save their businesses amid the coronavirus pandemic. City officials said they agree something should be done, but nobody can agree on a quick way to do it.
After losing a legal battle concerning the city's right to acquire private land and redesigning the Fourth Street garage because of it, Bloomington is officially moving to halt further action on the lawsuit.