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Alex Eady

Multimedia Journalist/Anchor

Alex Eady is a multi-media journalist and WTIU Newsbreaks anchor. She graduated in 2018 from the Indiana University Media School with a bachelor's in broadcast journalism and a minor in Spanish.

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July 1, 2019

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Monroe Co. Officials Predict Smaller, Cheaper Municipal Election

Monroe Co. Officials Predict Smaller, Cheaper Municipal Election

The deadline for independent candidates to submit their petitions was noon Monday.

June 28, 2019

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Bloomington Residents Consider Presidential Hopefuls During Dem. Debate Watch Party

Bloomington Residents Consider Presidential Hopefuls During Dem. Debate Watch Party

The Monroe County Democrats hosted a Democratic candidate debate watch party Thursday night.

June 27, 2019

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How Does The City Of Bloomington Define 'Affordable' Housing?

How Does The City Of Bloomington Define 'Affordable' Housing?

As part of our City Limits series, we explore another question from a resident who wants to know what the definition of affordable housing is in the context of Bloomington.

June 25, 2019

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Residents Call For Reform Of Monroe County Criminal Justice System

Residents Call For Reform Of Monroe County Criminal Justice System

During the third of four community conversations, Monroe County residents laid out their priorities for improving the county's criminal justice system.

June 21, 2019

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Class Action Lawsuit Alleges IU Misled Students About Mold Crisis

Class Action Lawsuit Alleges IU Misled Students About Mold Crisis

A new filing in a previous class action lawsuit alleges the students were misled about the severity of the latest mold outbreak.

June 18, 2019

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Bloomington Redevelopment Commission Reviews Fourth Street Garage Design

Bloomington Redevelopment Commission Reviews Fourth Street Garage Design

CSO Architects presented the latest updates to the garage design plan during a meeting Monday evening.

June 14, 2019

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Bloomington Seeking Property Through Eminent Domain For Fourth Street Garage

Bloomington Seeking Property Through Eminent Domain For Fourth Street Garage

Bloomington city leaders are seeking legal action to acquire property just south of the Fourth Street parking garage to make room for new, larger structure.

June 13, 2019

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Funding Approved For New Bloomington Senior Center

Funding Approved For New Bloomington Senior Center

The Bloomington City Council approved funding from the Jack Hopkins Social Services funding program which allocates over $9,000 toward the new senior center.

June 13, 2019

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Bloomington Passes Harassment Protections For Contractors, City Employees

Bloomington Passes Harassment Protections For Contractors, City Employees

The Bloomington City Council voted to amend the city's policy, extending harassment protections to all independent contractors and sanctioned city workers.

June 11, 2019

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Bloomington Plan Commission Approves New Student Housing Development

Bloomington Plan Commission Approves New Student Housing Development

The commission voted unanimously in favor of a proposed 270 unit student housing complex to be located on North Walnut St.

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