Saturday marked the fourth day of anti-Trump protests nationwide, including one in Indianapolis.
Bloomington Police Captain Steve Kellams says no officers were on the scene of the protest, but he says they were monitoring the situation.
A federal judge ruled Friday to mostly deny the Standing Rock Sioux tribe's request to block the $3.8 billion pipeline over environmental concerns.
Black Lives Matter has condemned the attack in Dallas, but they’re still campaigning to demand police reforms. They held a protest in Indianapolis Saturday.
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Protestors gathered to "send a message" to John Kerry and those who gathered to hear him speak.
Protestors held signs that said "no patriarchy" and "IUPD out of the dorms."
The rallies come in the wake of a controversial video that claims to show Planned Parenthood officials discussing the sale of fetal tissue.
Protesters criticized Gov. Mike Pence for making Indiana what they call a low-wage island.
Law students and community members gathered in Bloomington to hold a candlelight vigil on behalf of Michael Brown.