Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb speaks at the 2018 State GOP Convention. Indiana State Police Superintendent Doug Carter said that law enforcement should not pull people over for violating the stay-at-home order during Gov. Holcomb's press briefing.
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Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb speaks at the 2018 State GOP Convention. Holcomb confirmed Monday that Indiana had its first COVID-19-related death.
Bloomington residents review the draft of the city's new transportation plan that was presented for public comment Thursday night at City Hall.
Sagar Onta, right, is the engineering director for Toole Design Group. He fielded questions Thursday about the nature of the city's new transportation plan he designed, which called for changes to Kirkwood Avenue and other major streets.
Margaret Clements, a Bloomington resident, argued against the draft of the city's new transportation plan on Thursday and its focus on cyclists and younger residents over drivers and the elderly. A public meeting about the plan took place in City Hall.
A woman dressed as the female embodiment of justice walks down Kirkwood Avenue as part of the Bloomington Fourth of July Parade. She was marching with the Moms Demand Action For Gun Sense in America, a group which advocates for better gun control laws.
Members of the local Girls Inc. of Monroe County wave and yell out the window of their red bus at those watching the Bloomington Fourth of July Parade. Girls Inc. is a nonprofit dedicated to helping young girls overcome stereotypes.
During the Bloomington Fourth of July Parade, a firefighter fist bumps with a little girl near the Monroe County Courthouse. The parade celebrating Independence Day involved around 90 different entries with hundreds of people lining the streets to watch.
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb speaks at the 2018 State GOP Convention. Holcomb announced the line up of Republican candidates at the conference and opened the event on the first night.
Volunteers unload food at the U.S. Post Office on E. 10th Street on May 12, 2018.
John Harl is in his fourth year of helping with the Stamp Out Hunger food drive. He said that for him, it's all about the mission to keep anyone from going hungry.
Dan Morelli, left, and Brandon Bartley, right, unload a U.S. Postal Service van during the Stamp Out Hunger food drive May 12.
A sign for the Stamp Out Hunger food drive stands outside the post office at E. 10th Street. The annual food drive has a goal this year to collect 50,000 pounds of food in Monroe County.
The Bloomington Fire Department is located at 300 E. Fourth St. BFD Capt. Robert Sears, who was accused of child solicitation and sexual misconduct, has not returned to the station since he was arrested Friday. He is no longer in jail.
The plane flies above Adelaide, Australia, while enroute to Sydney, Australia. This was the first leg of a 37-hour journey for travel columnist Dominick Jean to return to Indiana.
The Exchange Student Network in Adelaide, Australia, helped organize a kayaking tour of a ship graveyard and dolphin sanctuary on Saturday. About 40 bottlenose dolphins live in the Port River, according to the South Australian National Parks.
The ship graveyard in the Port River is made up of around 20 or more recognizable ships. The Santiago, pictured above, was the last ship to be abandoned in the graveyard in 1945.
Ken Gros Louis, a former chancellor of IU, turned 80 this year, and friends and colleagues put together a party to honor his work and commitment to IU students. Gros Louis died Thursday at the age of 80.
Friends and colleagues put together a party to honor Ken Gros Louis' work and commitment to IU students for his 80th birthday earlier this year. Gros Louis died Thursday at the age of 80.
Almost every day in the meeting house at Waitangi, a group of Maori artists puts on cultural shows where they showcase traditional Maori songs, war dances and hymns.