As the season premiere of "Game of Thrones" approaches, the show's devoted audience is bubbling with questions: who will live? Who will die? Who is going to end up on the Iron Throne once and for all, or will it not matter anymore after the White Walkers destroy humanity?
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Trying to narrow down nearly a decade of TV greatness into 10 moments is incredibly difficult. There are probably hundreds of moments that could have been put on this list and definitely a handful that were agonizingly left out, but here is our ranking of the top 10 moments in Game of Thrones so far.
After their land was seized to make room for a new highway, families are crushed under the weight of progress.
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Bloomington businesses tend to operate on the same schedule as the University, said Mande Miskewycz, Bloomington Welcomemat Services franchise owner.
From the Little 500 to the B-Line Trail, Bloomington is known as a city of bikers. As summer gets closer, IU transportation managers and bike shop employees are preparing for upcoming bicycling season in Bloomington.
For members of the Bloomington Community Bike Project, riding bicycles is about sustainability and accessibility, and cost should be no barrier to learning to ride.
Gov. Eric Holcomb has officially called a special session of the Indiana General Assembly for May 14.
With Indiana’s primary election a little less than three weeks away, it’s time to start thinking about who will get your vote. For a full list of candidates, including state and local candidates, visit indianavoters.in.gov and click “Who’s on the Ballot.”
With Indiana’s primary election coming up on May 8, there are a few things voters should be aware of, including when and where to vote and what to bring. We’ve broken it down for you.
When MeChelle Callen was younger, she would go to her grandma’s house after school. She would grab a seat at her kitchen table and talk about everything, from what was going on in her life to what was happening in the country and around the world.
Seventeen-year-old Sarah Hannon, a Bloomington High School North student, had a goal for Bloomington’s Project Town Hall event: to start an exchange of information between constituents and their elected officials.
Students and faculty stopped by the Indiana Memorial Union University Club Wednesday afternoon to get free food, listen to a DJ, see IU’s new polling site and learn about the upcoming Indiana primary elections. The Spring into Civic Engagement event promoted student voting and voter registration.
Indiana lawmakers receive an average of about $60,000 a year in public compensation. This includes a base salary, a per-day salary and mileage.
In a town known for intolerance, the Pride of Paoli marching band was a place where misfits belonged. It wasn’t about whom they march next to, but whether they can march in step.
The legislative session ended almost two weeks ago, but not all the passed bills are officially law yet. They must first go through Gov. Eric Holcomb, who officially signs bills into law. Here are a few important bills that he’s signed so far:
INDIANAPOLIS — Protesters started lining up before 10 a.m., and by 11 a.m., the crowd had wrapped all the way around the Statehouse and across the street.
After the Indiana legislative session ended with a few key bills accidentally dying, state lawmakers worry about the importance of the upcoming special session.
Indiana lawmakers failed to meet their midnight deadline March 14 to follow through on some potential legislation. Even after Gov. Eric Holcomb allowed a one-hour extension of the session until 1 a.m. the next day, legislators still could not reach a consensus on a few key bills.
INDIANAPOLIS — A bill that would legalize the purchase and sale of cannabidiol oil, a low-THC product derived from the cannabis plant, passed 37-12 Tuesday through the state Senate.