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  • FBI asked to investigate Bloomington Jewish Center vandalisms

    FBI asked to investigate Bloomington Jewish Center vandalisms
    The FBI has been asked to help Bloomington and campus police investigate at least five incidents of vandalism directed at Jewish interests at Indiana University. Four young women, none of them Jewish, were frightened Tuesday morning when a rock flew...
  • IU responds to anti-Semitic incidents

    IU responds to anti-Semitic incidents
    As the police and FBI investigate hate crimes against the Jewish community on the Indiana University campus, the school is speaking out. There have been several attacks of vandalism this week, including rocks thrown through windows and pages ripped out...
  • Tax evasion investigation prompts raid of Bloomfield dog breeding operation

    Tax evasion investigation prompts raid of Bloomfield dog breeding operation
    More than 100 dogs were saved from a Bloomfield Indiana puppy mill after the Indiana Attorney General's office discovered the breeder hadn't paid her sales tax for the past nine years. With the help of local authorities, volunteers and members of the...
  • Bloomington man arrested after 'headbutting' officers

    Bloomington man arrested after 'headbutting' officers
    A Bloomington man was taken into police custody Tuesday morning after "headbutting" police officers. Police say Christopher Weaver drove his car into a ditch near a local bar. Someone called 911 and police arrived on the scene. When officers say they...
  • Trial delayed for 'Barefoot Bandit'

    Trial delayed for 'Barefoot Bandit'
    The trial for the teen known as the "Barefoot Bandit" has been delayed until the middle of July. Colton Harris-Moore agreed to waive his right to a speedy trial. Federal prosecutors and defense attorneys say they need more time to prepare for the trial...
  • IU police issue warrant for anti-Semitic vandalism incident

    IU police issue warrant for anti-Semitic vandalism incident
    UPDATE: A coordinator for Honors College scholarships at the Indiana University is now wanted in at least one case of anti-Semite vandalism on the school's campus. IU Police have issued a warrant for Mark Zacharias, 54, of Ellettsville. An eyewitness...
  • Bloomington prepares for incoming snow

    Bloomington prepares for incoming snow
    Central Indiana prepared for a major storm Wednesday night. The Fox59 Weather Authority team is predicting 5 to 7 inches in Bloomington Wednesday night into Thursday. The snow started coming down about 8:45 p.m. Wednesday in Monroe County. The city...
  • Suspect in IU vandalism surrenders to police

    Suspect in IU vandalism surrenders to police
    UPDATE: Mark Zacharias, the suspect accused in at least one of the recent vandalism incidents on the IU campus targeting the Jewish community, has turned himself in to police. PREVIOUS STORY: The Indiana University employee accused of at least one of...
  • IU dean: Zacharias terminated from job

    IU dean: Zacharias terminated from job
    Mark Zacharias, the Indiana University employee facing a felony charge of institutional criminal mischief in connection with an act of anti-Semitic vandalism on campus, has been terminated from his job at the university according to the Bloomington Herald...
  • Stolen plane victim feels sorry for "Barefoot Bandit"

    Stolen plane victim feels sorry for "Barefoot Bandit"
    UPDATE: Bahamian authorities may or may not be closing in on Colton Harris-Moore. "We want him caught. We want him off the island," said Silbert Mills, a reporter with Radio Abaco. Abaco is the Bahamian island where police think the notorious 'Barefoot...
  • Self-styled 'arts crusader'

    Self-styled 'arts crusader'
    Chicago's newly appointed Commissioner of the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events happens to be one of the city's most influential jazz advocates. But Michelle Boone's impact extends far beyond the music she has championed in the job she'...