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IU Health Bloomington Hospital has been verified as a level III trauma facility by the American College of Surgeon’s Committee on Trauma.
Regional Opportunity Initiatives, Inc. presented its first report, which introduced a new Regional Council and the first set of education, workforce and quality of life initiatives.
Bloomington was selected as the site of an early learning and economic development summit, an important honor for Monroe County.
When a Ford Tri-Motor is stationary, the propellers on the front and sides of the plane are easy to see.
Cell phones in Bloomington were buzzing with details of an Amber Alert at 1:51 a.m. May 21. The alert was for 1-year-old Solomon Rhoades, who had last been seen at 8:30 p.m. May 20 in Hope, Indiana.
After your bursar bill is paid and you’re settled into your dorm with furniture and snacks, there’s still one expense left: textbooks.
As students leave Bloomington for the summer, IU rolls out construction equipment to update the campus while they’re away.
An email from the University Information Policy Office and the University Information Security Office sent to IT professionals Tuesday reported that 2,537 sets of IU credentials had been compromised.
Black girls experience greater racial inequality in school discipline than black boys, according to a recent study by an IU sociologist.
IU has added the first all-electric cars to its fleet operations.
Rex and Jacob have a seemingly perfect life. They own a picture-perfect house in Bloomington with a white picket fence border. The blue walls are decorated with college diplomas and pictures of them smiling together. They’re married and Rex, a retired pharmaceutical sales rep, is supporting Jacob’s in-home therapy practice.
Hurting. Loving. Breaking. Healing.
Peter Grimes has been accused of murder. His apprentice, a poor boy from a small, English fishing village, died while working with the fisherman at sea. But Grimes insists from the beginning he is innocent.
IU doctoral student Elise Anderson forced herself to like opera.
When viewers approach the doors of the Grunwald Gallery of Art this Friday, they’ll be met with a warning — graphic images inside.
Exhibit curator Jeremy Sweet marks a spot to hang a print in the Grunwald Gallery. Sweet co-curated an exhibit, which will open Friday, focusing on the history and legacy of Indiana tattoos.
Tattoo exhibit curator Jeremy Sweet poses next to a cardboard cutout of Roy Craig Cooper, nicknamed Roy Boy, who was one of the most iconic tattooers in Indiana. One section of the Grunwald Gallery's newest exhibit focuses on Roy Boy as a tattoo artist.
Gallery technicians Erik Probst, left, and Clayton Blackwell hang tattoo flash sheets on a wall of the Grunwald Gallery. The gallery is opening its newest exhibition, "Indiana Tattoo: History and Legacy," on Friday.
Memorabilia from Roy Boy's tattoo shop hangs on a wall at the Grunwald Gallery. The pieces are part of the gallery's newest exhibit, which focuses on the history and legacy of Indiana tattoos and tattoo artists.
When Kathy Barton was about 11 years old, she said she read her favorite comic books on a convent terrace in Ferdinand, Indiana.