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Monroe County Coroner Joani Shields says the man shot and killed by Sheriff's deputies Tuesday morning died as a result of the gunshot wounds, and the preliminary manner of death is homicide.
Six deputies were at a mobile home on W. Tower Road serving an arrest warrant when two of them fired their weapons at 24-year-old Daniel Boyer, who allegedly pointed a handgun at the officers.
Coroner Joani Shields says 24-year-old Daniel Boyer was hit four times: once in his right index finger, twice in his left thigh, and a superficial wound to his lower right back.
A contract company has been cited for workplace safety violations related to the death of a construction worker on the Indiana University Bloomington campus in April.
Indiana lawmakers on both sides of the aisle say President Donald Trump needs to hold Russia accountable for alleged interference in the 2016 election.
Officials will slightly modify a controversial map on a city website that shows exact addresses of overdose deaths. Critics say the changes are not enough.
The school district is matching the $50,000 state grant to hire a school resource officer and pay for the extensive training required for the position.
The City of Bloomington will celebrate the Fourth of July downtown this year, including a fireworks show that officials say should be visible across the city.
An annual survey from the Indiana Farm Bureau shows a summer cookout in Indiana will cost about $5 per person, slightly less than the national average.