There are several lots around campus with $20 day-of-game parking and even some where you can park for free.
The event was sponsored by the Bloomington chapter of Young Democratic Socialists of America, an “anti-capitalist organization.”
Police arrested Westphal Aug. 30 on preliminary charges of intimidation, a Class A misdemeanor.
The lawsuit says the sheriff hid Popp’s comments while allowing comments that were “favorable to or supportive of” him and his administration’s policies.
The Bloomington Police Department says some of the people involved in a Monday night shooting that injured two aren’t cooperating with the investigation.
Reservoir Wildlife Specialist Rex Watters says the high water level kept people away from the nesting structure on a peninsula by Fairfax Beach this year.
All beaches and campsites at Lake Monroe will be open for Labor Day Weekend after heavy rains and flooding closed some for most of the summer season.
Starting Sept. 3, left-hand lanes of S.R. 37 in both directions will close between Dillman Road and I-69 to allow INDOT to begin removing pavement and patching concrete.
The City of Bloomington Utilities Service Board announced this week it will consider raising sewer rates by 3 percent for in-town customers and 15 percent for customers outside Bloomington.
An “air quality hazmat incident” last week prompted the evacuation and closure of two schools. All air test results for harmful substances came back negative.