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BPD still analyzing vehicle footage, give updated information on Lauren’s clothing

On the 12th day in the search for Lauren Spierer, the Bloomington Police Department still has no leads or suspects, but they do have a better description of what Lauren was wearing the night she disappeared.For full audio click here.

Senior Bryan Guadango hands senior Xavier Medina the map of their designated search area as senior Valerie Theobald walks alongside the men Friday on  E. Waterloo Court during their search for Lauren Spierer.

Volunteers donate time to aid search

Throughout the last 10 days, the search for missing student Lauren Spierer, has grown from her parents and friends searching for her to about 1,000 people volunteering each day.

Junior Erick Gama describes his experiences as an undocumented immigrant to IDS reporter Sarah Brubeck on Saturday outside his Indianapolis, Ind. home. Gama and his twin brother were among five people arrested on May 11 after trying to stage a sit-in in Governor Mitch Daniels' office during a protest over recently passed immigration bills.

Gama brothers define home with passing of HEA 1402

Erick and Omar Gama moved from Mexico to Indianapolis when they were 11. They didn’t know the language, they didn’t have documentation and they were often made fun of at school because of their lack of English skills. The two brothers aren’t sure how they passed that year of fifth grade but by the eighth grade, they were moved out of the English as a second language program and were accepted into the Magnet program, which is for advanced students in Indianapolis Public Schools.

Happy Pig Street Food co-owners Tony Cooper and Eric Sjaaheim serve customer Sam Rheinhardt a noodle bowl consisting of bacon broth, kimchi deviled eggs, pork belly, asparagus, and peas Wednesday in front of the Sample Gates. The Happy Pig food cart began last November and is in front of the Sample Gates every Wednesday and Thursday from 11:30am-2:30pm.

Former Restaurant Tallent chefs run food cart

Theresa Ochoa walked up to a food cart during her lunch break in her red high heels and examined the workers wearing T-shirts that read “Happy Pig.” She looked at the empty grill at the corner of Indiana and Kirkwood avenues before asking, “What are you selling?”

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The restaurant Aladin in London serves a vegetable curry with garlic naan, a traditional Indian flatbread.

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