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April 16, 2018


Local Nurseries Face Challenges Amid Spring Sub-Freezing Temperatures

The unpredictable shifts in weather this early spring season are creating some challenges for local Bloomington plant growers.

April 13, 2018


City Receives Recommendations On Redevelopment Of IU Hospital Site

An arts and activities center, office space, and a variety of housing projects could eventually go up on the current site of the IU Health Bloomington Hospital.

April 12, 2018


Experts: Indiana Could Benefit If U.S. Rejoins TPP Negotiations

President Trump is reportedly considering rejoining Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations.

April 11, 2018


Monroe County’s Food And Beverage Tax Isn’t Impacting Local Businesses As Previously Thought

The food and beverage tax that went into effect earlier this year in Monroe County isn’t hitting some businesses as hard as they expected.

April 11, 2018


Hotel Rooms Filling Fast For Hoosier Half Marathon This Weekend

This is the 13th year Bloomington is hosting the annual race and it’ll attract around 2,000 runners from out of town.

April 11, 2018


Farmers Worried Soil Moisture Could Delay Planting Crops

Indiana farmers are becoming concerned that recent precipitation – both rain and snow – will delay this year’s planting date.

April 9, 2018


Organizers Hope To Finalize New Food Truck Friday Location This Week

Organizers hope to have a new location off the B-Line finalized by the end of the week.

April 9, 2018


Indiana Residents Lose Lottery Prizes As Games Close

The private company that's taken over the Hoosier Lottery's operation has ended some of the lottery's games before all the big-money prizes could be won.

April 9, 2018


Prosecutor In Chicago Named Head Of SEC’s Regional Office

A high-profile federal prosecutor who helped convict a former Illinois governor of corruption has been named the new director for the Securities and Exchange Commission's nine-state region based out of Chicago.

April 6, 2018


Purdue Listed As Source Recommending Steel Tariff, Researcher Pushes Back

A federal document lists Purdue University research as a source for recommending a 24 percent tariff on imported steel, but the researchers are pushing back.

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