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Barbara Brosher

Senior Editor, News

Barbara Brosher is a reporter for WTIU and WFIU news. Before coming to Bloomington, she worked as a reporter at WNDU in South Bend, where she received several AP awards for her coverage of breaking news and local politics. You can follow her on Twitter @BabsofBtown.

Recent Posts by Barbara Brosher

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July 2, 2019

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Committee Considering Next Steps In Schooner Creek Farm Controversy

Committee Considering Next Steps In Schooner Creek Farm Controversy

An advisory committee wants to make the market a more welcoming, inclusive place following concerns over a vendor with alleged white supremacist ties.

July 2, 2019

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TASUS Postpones Trades District Project

TASUS Postpones Trades District Project

An auto parts supplier is postponing building its corporate headquarters in Bloomington’s Trades District to focus on upgrading its production facility.

July 1, 2019

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IU Kicks Off Bicentennial Celebrations

IU Kicks Off Bicentennial Celebrations

The university is celebrating its 200th birthday throughout the entire 2020 fiscal year.

June 28, 2019

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Ind. Supreme Court Says Counties Can Keep Some Civil Forfeiture Money

Ind. Supreme Court Says Counties Can Keep Some Civil Forfeiture Money

The Indiana Supreme Court says it's constitutional for police and prosecutors to keep some proceeds from civil forfeitures. But, only two justices agreed with the opinion in full.

June 28, 2019

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Indiana Supreme Court Hears Arguments In Civil Forfeiture Case

Indiana Supreme Court Hears Arguments In Civil Forfeiture Case

An Indiana resident who won a U.S. Supreme Court victory earlier this year in a case challenging police seizures of personal property still doesn’t know if he’ll get his car back. That’s a decision that will come from Indiana’s Supreme Court.

June 28, 2019

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Could The Hoosier State Line Come Back?

Could The Hoosier State Line Come Back?

The Hoosier State Line will make its final trip to Indianapolis to Chicago on Sunday. Many worry once the service ends, it will be gone for good.

June 21, 2019

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Exhibit Celebrates Monroe County's Role In Crest Creation

Exhibit Celebrates Monroe County's Role In Crest Creation

An exhibit at the Monroe County History Center celebrates the invention of the toothpaste formula that helped make Crest a bathroom staple.

June 20, 2019

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Study: 53 Percent Of Ind. Prison Admissions Result Of Supervision Violations

Study: 53 Percent Of Ind. Prison Admissions Result Of Supervision Violations

A national report released this week says prison and parole violations accounted for more than half of Indiana’s prison admissions.

June 7, 2019

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Inquire Indiana: What's The History Of Racism In Indiana?

Inquire Indiana: What's The History Of Racism In Indiana?

A Bloomington resident asked us to find out more about the history of racism and hate groups in Indiana, and their impact on our lives today.

June 6, 2019

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Buttigieg To Speak At IU Next Week

Buttigieg To Speak At IU Next Week

South Bend Mayor and presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg will give a speech about foreign policy and national security at IU's Auditorium in Bloomington Tuesday.

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