Workers at Portillo's carefully place the toppings on hot dogs to fulfill orders. Through a job guarantee, the government would provide a job to everyone who wants and needs one.
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Workers at Portillo's carefully place the toppings on hot dogs to fulfill orders.
A protester holds up a sign June 1 in downtown Bloomington. Protesters marched through Bloomington in the wake of George Floyd's death at the hands of Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.
A protester walks June 1 down a Bloomington street. A protest in the wake of George Floyd's death drew around 150 people into the downtown square.
A Trump 2020 flag burns Monday night at the intersection of Kirkwood Avenue and Walnut Street. Protesters pulled the flag from a truck that drove through the protest.
Dave Majercak Sr. argues with Rabbi Sue Silberberg after the Bloomington United event Aug. 27, outside the Monroe County Courthouse. He interrupted her speech earlier in the evening.
President Trump said former IU basketball coach Bob Knight called him and told him the country needed him before Trump ran for office. Trump spoke Thursday to a crowd of thousands in Evansville, Indiana. Read more here: https://bit.ly/2wwfy4U
President Trump finished his Thursday evening rally by talking about Indiana and its people. He received thunderous applause in response. Read more here: https://bit.ly/2wwfy4U
Mike Braun, a U.S. Senate candidate in Indiana, made an appeal for support to rally attendees on Thursday in Evansville, Indiana. Braun said he wants to be an ally for President Trump in the Senate. Read more here: https://bit.ly/2wwfy4U
A five-car accident Wednesday evening blocked the intersection of Atwater Avenue and Henderson Street for hours. Police say the driver of the red truck was found to be heavily intoxicated.
Five cars were involved in an accident on Atwater Avenue and Henderson Street on Wednesday evening. The top of the red truck was cut off by first responders in order to get the driver out of the car.
The Bounds and McPike Flooring building on West Third Street was burned to the ground on June 24, 2017. Danny Corlette, of Springville, Indiana, was charged with arson and burglary in connection to the fire.
Students walk around campus Thursday through the snow and ice that still clings to the ground. Since 1908, IU has only closed campus 12 times. Eight closures were caused by bad weather.
IU's Cream co-ed cheerleading squad works on a pyramid structure at practice. Some of the females on the team are off the ground and supporting others in the air at the same time.
A Crimson team stunt group twists up to a stunt at practice before their flyer hits an arabesque in the air. The Crimson cheerleading squad is an all-girl team and typically consists of 32-40 members.
The IU Crimson cheerleading team's all-girl stunt groups practice a stunt involving their flyers in a handstand position in the air. The cheerleading teams have formal practices three times a week and work on their stunting and tumbling skills.
IU's Crimson all-girl cheerleading team works on a stunt at an October practice. This stunt involves their flyers flipping up to handstands on top of their bases and backs before being popped back up to a standing position in the air.
As part of a larger structure, a female member of the IU Cream, co-ed cheerleading team is launched into the air in a basket toss. She backflips off her team members' hands and opens up near her peak height in the air.
From left to right, Pete Robinson, Dick Portillo and Wes Becu pose for a picture in the new Fishers Portillo's. Robinson has been to all 52 restaurant locations, Portillo is the founder and namesake of the chain and Becu got in line over 12 hours before doors opened Thursday.
Wes Becu, a Chicagoland native currently living in Fishers, takes a bite of a hot dog at the Fishers Portillo's grand opening. He was the first person in line at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday and camped out overnight.