Following a last minute outpouring of support, including a $25,000 pledge from Elaine Mellencamp, Middle Way House of Bloomington has met its fundraising goal.
Bloomington is the first stop for a traveling exhibit focusing on how African-Americans have influenced popular music.
An Indiana University Law Professor has been chosen by President-elect Barack Obama for a top position in the Justice Department.
Newsbreak story that covers an IU Jacobs school of music effort to teach youngsters to play the violin.
Newsbreak Package with Shameeka Neely exploring fitness and diet.
WTIU Newsbreak Story: A new display telling history of african american music and culture in Bloomington Indiana's City Hall Lobby.
Middle way House - WTIU Newsbreak package covers fundraising effort to complete work at old Coca Cola plant in Bloomington.
WTIU Newsbreak story about a Study taking a look at Bloomington's Bike friendliness and accessibilty.
WTIU covers the Bloomington Salvation Army's bellringers.
Weekly Special Package explores the local wineries' special treat.
Bloomington announces property ready for future groundbreaking.
Two brothers are in police custody in connection with the home invasion attack on an elderly Brown County couple on November 15, 2009.
Two Teens are under arrest in connection with the November 2008 Morgantown murder.
An estimated 6,000 persons receive hospital emergency room care for burn injuries associated with contacting hot surfaces of room heaters each year.
The BEDC annual meeting looks back and ahead at the local economic outlook.
Night in and night out, the IU women's basketball team is proving it's legitimacy as one of the top teams in the conference.
WTIU News' Dave Leno discusses the improvement of the Hoosier women's basketball team.
WTIU's Dave Leno discusses IU women's basketball with Indiana Daily Student beat writer Jeremy Rosenthal.
Night in and night out, the IU women's basketball team is proving its legitimacy as one of the top teams in the conference.
WTIU's Dave Leno recaps Indiana's loss to Penn State.
IU students cheer and celebrate the inauguration of Barack Obama at the IMU.
We find out what the inauguration of Barack Obama means to people in our community.
Since much of the recent election focused on the youth vote, WFIU wanted to talk to the next generation of voters.
As part of WFIU's inauguration week coverage, we're listening to the voices of the community.
The group, 36 people strong, packed a chartered motor coach with luggage, cold weather gear and a communal sense of history.
WTIU's Shameka Neely goes to Washington with a local group by bus.
WTIU's Kyle Mitchell covers the new life sciences building ribbon cutting. The building is a hi tech classroom and lab facility.
WTIU visits an inauguration event at the Bloomington IMU.
Ivy Tech of Bloomington opens its new life sciences building.
IU hustles, hits threes, competes, but still remains winless in the Big Ten.
Several inches of snow fell in Monroe County January 26th. Most schools were closed and many events cancelled. More snow in the forecast.
WTIU's Dave Leno gets out and sees how Bloomington is digging out from 12 inches of snow.