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Mayor John Hamilton’s COVID-19 antibody test came back positive Wednesday, indicating that he most likely had the virus, according to a press release Thursday.
There were 12 new COVID-19 cases reported in Monroe County on Wednesday, according to data from the Indiana State Health Department.
A Bloomington firefighter tested positive for COVID-19 on Friday, the fourth city employee to be diagnosed with the virus, according to a city press release. Eleven firefighters who may have been exposed to the virus after a firefighter tested positive last week were identified through contact tracing and tested. Ten tested negative.
A 27-year-old Bloomington man was arrested Sunday for child neglect after a nearly 2-month-old baby girl was found to have bleeding in her brain, Bloomington Police Department Capt. Ryan Pedigo said.
In IU’s latest update email sent Friday, the university announced it is partially reimbursing students for parking pass expenses for the spring semester and adding four more credit hours to the school year limit.
Sagar Onta from Toole Design discusses two-way protected bike lanes during a Zoom information session. Construction on the new 7-Line bike trail will begin in 2021.
The Board of Public Safety had a special session Tuesday to replace its June 16 meeting that was interrupted by a hacker. In the meeting, many of the Bloomington Police Department’s policies were brought up in light of the recent killings of Black people by police officers in America.
During the pandemic, many people have been spending time outside where wide-open space and fresh air provide natural barriers to spreading the virus and a change in scenery.
The Board of Public Safety will have a special session meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday on Zoom.
Thursday’s Supreme Court decision to block President Donald Trump’s attempt to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program will protect about 700,000 DACA recipients in the country from being deported. Out of these recipients, 240 were students at one of IU's campuses this past school year.
An email was sent to staff, faculty and students last week updating the IU community about tuition increases that will continue this year as decided last year, fall class statuses and the commitment everyone must sign before returning to campus in the fall.
Owensburg, Indiana, man Marion Tanner Joseph Haywood, 23, who was wanted in Monroe County for domestic violence with a deadly weapon and other charges, was arrested Wednesday by Clay County deputies after a chase and officer shooting, according to a press release.
The city had the first of four public discussions about the IU Health Bloomington Hospital site redevelopment process on Zoom on Tuesday evening.
Doug Voigt, designer and planner from Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, discusses the scale of the hospital site project and how it can be used to reflect Bloomington’s values during a town hall discussion June 18. The discussion was the first of four that will be held.
A portion of Kirkwood Avenue will be closed to vehicles this weekend after city council members voted to approve the plan Wednesday night.
This story was updated June 17 to include a third count of rape.
Bloomington Facebook groups blew up Wednesday night with Kenny Parrish’s minutelong TikTok video attacking George Floyd.
The Courthouse Square lawn has been a temporary home to several activists and people experiencing homelessness for over a week as protests over the killing of George Floyd and other acts of police brutality continue.
The Bloomington Police Department issued a warrant for the arrest of De Juan Lamar Kelley, the suspect in the Sunday morning fatal shooting of 39-year-old Bloomington man Michael T. Parker, according to a release Monday afternoon.
A 39-year-old man was shot and killed around 2 a.m. Sunday at the Marathon-Circle S Mart on North Walnut Street according to a release from the Bloomington Police Department.