The cat cafe allows people to enjoy food and beverages amidst the company of freely roaming cats.
The festival is in its 22nd year and continues to expand.
A panel of Bloomington leaders Tuesday night addressed economic development topics in the second installment of the City Issues Forum.
Kruzan says although there will be residential units in the downtown tech park, legal restrictions will not allow student housing.
We're on our way to visit with Bloomington Mayor Mark Kruzan for Wednesday's show. Submit your questions now!
The state has set aside $84 million to boost economic development in mid-sized cities.
Bloomington's second annual Pride Summerfest kicked off with the city's first Pride Parade.
A proposed addition to the Bloomington Human Rights Ordinance could grant protective status to veterans and the homeless.
Heavy rains caused the lake to rise more than 10 feet above normal levels earlier this summer.
In the third part of our web series, we’re getting new Bloomington residents up to date on recent openings and closures in town.