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Two years later, she still thinks about that night. It’s all a bit foggy — her assault, the cops showing up at her hospital room, her mom finding out — with several hours missing from her memory. However, the lessons, the ones no one should have to learn, remain.
Robin Wilson said she couldn’t handle any more surprises. She couldn’t stand to see or hear anything she hadn’t already. She was sitting in a courtroom across from her daughter’s killer and knew she owed it to Hannah to stay strong.
Wednesday morning, on the final day of Daniel Messel’s trial, the prosecution and defense presented their final arguments to the jury.
After six days of evidence presented in front of the jury that will decide the fate of Daniel Messel, the prosecution and defense rested their cases.
On Monday in court, jurors got a better idea of where Daniel Messel might have been the night IU student Hannah Wilson went missing last April.
Daniel Messel, 50, was charged with the murder of 22-year-old IU student Hannah Wilson in April 2015. His trial began last week. Here is a day-by-day recap of what’s happened so far.
Throughout the last four days, jury members heard testimony about the blood stains, or “spatters,” on the inside and outside of Daniel Messel’s car.
Daniel Messel's eyes were fixed on the screen hanging on the wall across the courtroom. In an open, grassy clearing lay Hannah Wilson's body, where Messel allegedly left it after murdering the 22-year-old IU student.
Defense attorney Dorie Maryan pleaded with the jury to see how the investigation into the murder of Hannah Wilson wasn't complete.
Their bracelets were light green and purple, Hannah's favorite colors. Etched in the plastic band: “For Hannah Wilson, Hoondawg.”
The final round of jury selection in the trial of Daniel Messel, charged with murdering former IU student Hannah Wilson, was completed Monday afternoon.
Treasure Jones can’t get the dreams out of her head.
For four years, Bloomington Creative Glass Center has been working to raise money in order to open a local center in Bloomington.
The Indiana Heritage Arts, based in Nashville, Indiana, concludes its annual art exhibition Saturday.
After IU sent six divers to the Olympic Trials this past week, half of them walked away with at least one qualifying spot.
Michael Hixon wouldn’t let himself think about it.
An American flag scarf draped around her neck, Amy Cozad peered up at her family from the pool deck as her freckled face began to turn red. Cozad isn’t normally one to show emotion, performing dive after dive with poise and a quiet confidence.
IU junior diver Michael Hixon and his synchro partner Sam Dorman had been training together just two months when they stepped on the board for their first dive Saturday morning at
Before dozens of LGBT people were shot and killed inside an Orlando nightclub, they celebrated.
Jenn Cristy wanted something different, a concept that would appeal to all audiences.