Bloomington planned to welcome up to 60 refugees in 2017. Those plans are on hold indefinitely because of President Trump's executive order on immigration.
City officials report that disinfectant byproduct numbers continue to fall.
The letter reads, “our black males score lower on standardized tests and have higher discipline referrals than their peers.”
The city says Isolux Corsan announced Section 5 won't be complete until Aug. 2018. The Indiana Finance Authority says that's not true.
An amendment passed in committee Tuesday prevents short-term rentals from operating year-round.
Triceten Bickford cites mixing alcohol with prescription drugs as the reason behind the attack.
Bloomington officials are working on a plan that accommodates a growing population and still maintain the things that make Bloomington a good place to live.
The letter says the Indiana Finance Authority, Isolux Corsan, and I-69 Development Partners are negotiating to come up with a "Memorandum of Understanding."
A state legislator is proposing a bill that would prohibit cities from banning short-term rentals.
Hamilton says a local food and beverage tax to fund the expansion of the convention center would create a downtown economic anchor for Bloomington.