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Two more city employees tested positive today for COVID-19, taking the number of municipal workers who have received positive viral test results to nine. One employee began experiencing symptoms July 17 and the other July 19, and both have self-isolated since their symptoms began. The employees did not expose members of the public to the virus because they do not work with members of the public regularly.
Gov. Eric Holcomb speaks July 22 during a press conference. He announced not wearing a mask will be a misdemeanor after the statewide mask mandate goes into effect Monday.
Gov. Eric Holcomb announced in a press conference Wednesday that a statewide mask-wearing mandate will begin Monday.
Bloomington Mexican restaurant La Una Cantina announced July 16 that it will be closed for a week to sanitize after multiple employees tested positive for COVID-19.
An employee of City of Bloomington Utilities Transmission and Distribution services tested positive for COVID-19 over the weekend and is now on paid leave. The employee does not regularly interact with the public and has been quarantined since Wednesday when he or she first began showing symptoms.
Vauhxx Booker’s attorney Katharine Liell announced in a Friday press conference on Zoom that Booker tested positive for COVID-19.
Monroe County prosecuting attorney Erika Oliphant issued arrest warrants for Sean M. Purdy and Jerry Edward Cox II on Friday after the Department of Natural Resources report was released Thursday about the Fourth of July encounter between Vauhxx Booker and several people at Lake Monroe.
Gov. Eric Holcomb announced Wednesday that Indiana will stay in Stage 4.5 for at least two more weeks.
Attorneys of Sean Purdy and Caroline McCord, two people involved in the alleged attack on Vauhxx Booker on the Fourth of July at Lake Monroe, spoke to the press Monday, claiming Booker is telling a false narrative and the videos do not show the full story.
IU announced in a Friday email that all IU-Bloomington students must be tested for the coronavirus within 10 days of returning to campus and report the results to the university. Students will not be allowed to attend classes or participate in any activities on campus until they receive and report negative test results, and there will be no exemptions.
Panelists and student moderators speak July 11 during an IU Maurer School of Law online event over Zoom. The event was also a fundraiser and raised $3,371.03 for Black Lives Matter B-Town, Black Visions Collective and the Bail Project, according to Olivia Potter, president of the International Law Society at IU.
IU Maurer School of Law students organized an online event Saturday to discuss ways to put their support for the Black Lives Matter movement into action.
An event co-sponsored by 18 IU Maurer School of Law student groups will happen on Zoom from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday to fundraise and educate law students and advocates on how to put their support for the Black Lives Matter movement into action. The event is open to everyone, not just law students, according to the Facebook event.
Bloomington police arrested Christi J. Bennett, 66, at 8 p.m. Wednesday in Scottsburg, Indiana, for offenses related to hitting protesters Monday according to a police press release.
A day after a still-unidentified woman drove through protesters and caused one to be taken to the hospital, protesters were back on the streets.
The FBI opened an investigation into the Fourth of July attack on Vauhxx Booker, according to an announcement by his attorney Katharine Liell on Tuesday afternoon at the Courthouse Square. The case will be investigated as a hate crime, Liell said.
Police discovered the car that hit two protesters Monday night has an address on its registration that is no longer valid, Bloomington Police Department Capt. Ryan Pedigo said.The police have not been able to locate the driver or vehicle.
The Monroe County Prosecutor's Office is investigating an assault on Vauhxx Booker, a Monroe County human rights commissioner. Booker, who is Black, and others online are calling the partially videotaped encounter an attempted lynching.
The Monroe County Health Department issued a new order Thursday in response to Gov. Eric Holcomb’s order to move into Stage 4.5 instead of Stage 5 yesterday.