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Bloomington (Monroe, Indiana)

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  • New contract for Bloomington police

    New contract for Bloomington police
    Bloomington police have a new contract. The agreement calls for a series of pay increases for police during the four-year deal. The agreement calls for a 1.5% increase in 2011 and 2012, and a 3% increase in 2013 and 2014. Bloomington police detectives...
  • IU students help peers shop around for textbooks

    IU students help peers shop around for textbooks
    Two Indiana University students frustrated with the cost of college textbooks are trying to lower those costs through an online site that lets students compare prices. Ben Greenberg and Rui Xia launched TextYard.com at IU in 2008 and have now expanded it...
  • IU fan wants school's colors to return to red

    IU fan wants school's colors to return to red
    An Indiana University fan is pressing the "Cream and Crimson" school to dump its traditional deep red color and return to the brighter shade of red the Hoosiers adopted in the 1970s for team uniforms and sported for decades. New Albany dentist William...
  • Fraternity incident at IU under investigation

    Fraternity incident at IU under investigation
    Bloomington Police are investigating an incident that happened at an Indiana University campus fraternity house. Our news gathering partners at the Herald Times tell Fox59 investigators found an unresponsive male inside the Phi Sigma Kappa house Friday...
  • IU police continue to investigate fraternity party

    IU police continue to investigate fraternity party
    Campus police at Indiana University continue to look into a medical emergency that occurred over the weekend at one of IU's fraternity houses. Whatever happened at the Phi Sigma Kappa house has forced all greek social events to be postponed indefinitely....
  • IU fraternity member speaks out after medical emergency at Phi Sigma Kappa

    IU fraternity member speaks out after medical emergency at Phi Sigma Kappa
    All greek activities are suspended until further notice at Indiana University's Bloomington campus after an emergency inside a fraternity house sent a young man to the hospital Friday.  The incident is being investigated by the IU Police Department. A...
  • Blood discovered in bathroom of Bloomington restaurant

    Blood discovered in bathroom of Bloomington restaurant
    Police in Bloomington want to know what happened inside a restaurant bathroom over the weekend. According to the Bloomington Herald-Times, employees at the Olive Garden on Jacob Drive called police after finding a large amount of blood in the bathroom....
  • IU mourning death of student

    IU mourning death of student
    The student involved in a medical emergency at Indiana University over the weekend has died. According to the IU Police Department, 19-year-old Brian Macken died at Bloomington Hospital at 6 p.m. Tuesday. Macken had been taken to the hospital on Friday...
  • Bloomington pizza delivery driver robbed

    Bloomington pizza delivery driver robbed
    Wednesday night, a Pizza Hut delivery driver said he was approached by a man with a gun who demanded his pizza. The driver told police the suspect wore dark clothing and held a firearm at his side. "I don't want to hurt you, just give me the pizza,"...
  • John Mellencamp files for divorce

    John Mellencamp files for divorce
    It's official. Famed Indiana rocker John Mellencamp has filed for divorce. Mellencamp filed the paperwork last Friday in a Brown County court. It was announced last month he and his wife Elaine Irwin-Mellencamp were calling it quits after an 18-year...
  • Family of boating accident victims wants state law to change

    Family of boating accident victims wants state law to change
    An Indiana family is shocked that the person accused in a boating accident that killed a grandmother and grandson, isn't facing more charges. The two died last summer on Lake Monroe. Police say the driver of the other boat, Winston Wood, had marijuana in...