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Bloomington (Monroe, Indiana)

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  • NYC private investigator calls Bloomington police chief "Gomer Pyle"

    NYC private investigator calls Bloomington police chief "Gomer Pyle"
    A well-known celebrity New York City private investigator hired by the parents of Lauren Spierer called Bloomington Police Chief Michael Diekhoff, “Gomer Pyle,” for his approach to finding the missing coed. Dietl’s comments came on...
  • 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'...
  • Suspect in IU vandalism faces new charges in unrelated crime

    Suspect in IU vandalism faces new charges in unrelated crime
    The man who faces a felony charge of criminal mischief in connection with an act of anti-Semitic vandalism on Indiana University's campus, now faces a felony charge of theft in a separate and earlier incident. This new charge of theft, filed against Mark...
  • IU Professor: Earthquake was rare for north central Indiana

    IU Professor: Earthquake was rare for north central Indiana
    Seismologists are having a field day analyzing the data from the earthquake. "You can see where the ink was flying off on either side," said IU Professor Michael Hamburger, pointing to a graph. The needle started shaking at 7:55 a.m. It was recorded...
  • Students Rally For High School Senior In Need Of Double Lung Transplant

    Students Rally For High School Senior In Need Of Double Lung Transplant
    Local high school students are rallying together to show support for a 17 year old in a fight for her life. Kayla Healy, a 17 year old senior from Jackson High School in Mill Creek, is in need of a double lung transplant.  Healy suffers from cystic...
  • Police investigating Bloomington shooting

    Police investigating Bloomington shooting
    Bloomington police are investigating a shooting that left one man critically hurt. According to BPD, officers were dispatched to a home on South Rogers Street around 8:30 p.m. Thursday night. When they arrived, a man was heard yelling from behind the...
  • Man pleads guilty to rape, conspiracy to murder victim

    Man pleads guilty to rape, conspiracy to murder victim
    Friday, a Monroe County man pleaded guilty to raping a woman and plotting with his mother to kill her so she couldn't testify against him. Jason Bridgewater appeared before a judge. Investigators say Bridgewater and his mother, Linda Littrell, tried to...
  • Singing is spiritual

    Singing is spiritual
    Michelle Cohen Job experience: Cantorial soloist with Temple Beth Am, Margate; cantorial associate with Temple Beth El in Boca Raton; former soprano with Baltimore Opera Chorus, Cincinnati Opera, Sarasota Opera and other companies Other community...
  • Bloomington shooting victim dies, suspect arrested

    Bloomington shooting victim dies, suspect arrested
    Brian Gardner, 33, died at Bloomington Hospital Sunday morning after suffering a gunshot wound to the head January 7. According to BPD, officers were dispatched to a home on South Rogers Street around 8:30 p.m. Thursday night. Formal charges were...
  • Man claims he didn't know woman was dead during sex

    Man claims he didn't know woman was dead during sex
    Police say an Ohio man accused of having sex with a corpse told investigators he didn't at first realize the woman was dead. According to the Bloomington Herald-Times, 55-year-old Richard Elwood Sanden of Geneva, Ohio, was being held on $500,000 bond...
  • Man could serve up to 50 years for cousin's death

    Man could serve up to 50 years for cousin's death
    Ernie Wright is facing up to 50 years in prison for allegedly shooting his cousin. Police say Wright and Brian Gardner were "rough housing" in Bloomington last Thursday when Wright put a gun to his cousin's head and pulled the trigger. The court issued a...