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IU Chief Health Officer Dr. Aaron Carroll detailed some of the steps the university is taking to combat the Omicron variant on campus during the Jan. 26 “Keeping IU Healthy: Ask Aaron” webinar. While optimistic the spread of the variant would slow soon, Carroll still advised caution.
Ellie, Maddie and Ronnie VanBuskirk have watched one another grow up and shared countless celebrations over the years. Last Saturday, the three got to graduate together one last time.
An unidentified man was found dead just before 11 a.m. Tuesday near 400 S. Walnut St., Bloomington Police Department Capt. Ryan Pedigo said in an email Tuesday.
Just before 3 a.m. Saturday, the Bloomington Police Department responded to reports of multiple shots being fired near 1700 N. Lincoln, about a five-minute walk from Memorial Stadium. No active investigation is taking place, Captain Ryan Pedigo said in an email, and the person has not been identified.
One of Indianapolis’ deadliest shootings began just after 11 p.m. on April 15 at the FedEx Ground Operation Center in Plainfield, according to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department.
It has been four days since eight of Angel Warman’s coworkers were killed. She will be returning to work this week.
Eight people were killed in what has been the third mass shooting in Indianapolis this year, taking place at a Plainfield FedEx facility Thursday night.
Eight people were killed and at least seven more injured in a mass shooting at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis on Thursday just after 11 p.m., according to police. Indianapolis officials, including Mayor Joe Hogsett, Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department and FBI personnel, provided updates on the shooting at a 10:30 a.m. press conference Friday.
IU students and staff can sign up for their first COVID-19 vaccine starting Friday after new appointments are added, according to a Thursday email from IU.
Patrick O’Meara, an author, IU vice president emeritus and professor emeritus, died Tuesday morning, according to a press release from the university.
There was a 6.69% decrease in overall crime in Bloomington according to data from the National Incident-based Reporting System shared during the State of Public Safety Report on Tuesday.
Derica Rice and Robin Nelson-Rice, alumni of the IU Kelley School of Business, donated $1 million to go toward fellowships for MBA students.
Getting into fights with the people you live with is inevitable. Whether that be your parents, siblings or friends, trying to resolve these issues can be frustrating and time-consuming. College roommates are no different. If you’re struggling with the relationship between you and your roommates, here are some things you can try.
Mitigation testing will still be required for people who have been vaccinated for COVID-19, Dr. Aaron Carroll, IU’s director of mitigation testing, said in a webinar Wednesday morning.
Bloomington Police Department officers found a 51-year-old man Thursday morning who was presumed to be dead at Seminary Park, according to a press release from Capt. Ryan Pedigo.
Two additional incarcerated people have tested positive for COVID-19 at Monroe County Correctional Center since the first case was reported last week, according to a Monday press release from Monroe County Sheriff Brad Swain. These are the first known cases at the jail.
The Monroe County Community School Corporation Board of Trustees unanimously recommended that the district join a multidistrict lawsuit against the e-cigarette company Juul on Tuesday night at the December meeting.
Discussions surrounding the future use of the John Waldron Arts Center will begin next week in preparation for the building’s change in ownership in 2021.
The Monroe County Community School Corporation will move to “phase red” on Wednesday, according to a tweet from the district Monday. Students were asked to bring all learning materials home Tuesday.
The crowd of around 30 people were surrounded by the names of the eight people executed by the federal government this year. Each name was drawn onto the sidewalk with chalk by those gathered for the public demonstrationFriday in People's Park in collaboration with the Free Billie Allen movement.