IU student Lauren Spierer has been missing for three years, but Bloomington police continue to investigate tips they are receiving about the case.
The Little 500 bicycle race begins today and Bloomington police are increasing their security efforts to keeps students safe.
Officials say Justin Wykoff is responsible for authorizing invoices for road work that had not been done, or previously completed by a different company.
Police say last weekend’s assault is the first of this kind on the trail.
The boy's lockers and belongings were searched, with no sign of weapons or ammunition.
Bloomington Police Department say the Spierer case is still a priority as the anniversary of Lauren Spierer's disappearance approaches.
No officers were injured in the shooting, but the suspect suffered two gunshot wounds and is in surgery.
Gibson, who has confessed to killing two women, was arrested last month in Floyd County.
The suspect escaped custody and jumped several fences while police tried to re-apprehend him.
It’s the start of a new school year officials at Indiana University are collaborating to educate students on safety precautions.