Election Day is cold and rainy. The sky goes from overcast to drizzling to full pouring rain in Greene County as the last voters leave the polls.
Sexual assault survivors say restrictive campus and legal policies meant to protect privacy cost them closure and may re-open emotional wounds.
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz said she sees the legislative and practice recommendations regarding school turnarounds as a move to make the Department of Education obsolete.
The holiday bazaar raised money for a scholarship fund.
The total collection for this year, about 3,900 food items, is down from last year.
Neuroscientist and Bloomington native Jill Bolte Taylor was a consultant on neuroscience education curriculum that will be implemented at three MCCSC schools next semester.
Students played video games for charity at Hoosier Hills Career Center Saturday.
State Board of Education members say Indiana's pre-K pilot and defining the SBOE's authority should be priorities for the 2015 legislative session.
21 percent of car crashes that ended in at least one fatality are the result of drowsy driving.
Submissions are open for an annual city-sponsored video contest to honor the legacy and influence of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
The State Board of Education voted to approve school A to F grades Tuesday.
The MCCSC school board approved a $4 million dollar technology project Tuesday.
The event will take place at the Banneker Community Center on Thursday.
Glenda Ritz made another appearance in Bloomington to support educators running for office Saturday.
The MCCSC board met Tuesday to discuss increasing technology in schools across Bloomington.
Kiliminjaro Education Outreach group wants to improve education for students in Tanzania.
Federal policies aren't helping teachers, Ritz said.