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Daily Local News – February 21, 2018

The detention of an African-American family and two children in Bloomington over the weekend is spawning debate over active shooter threats to schools, community policing, and race.   Richland-Bean Blossom Community School Corporation is planning to renovate and expand its facilities through three projects.   The Indiana Department of Transportation is funding a 4 point 3 million dollar renovation of Yellowwood State …

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New Tax Scam

A really nasty new scam tricks the IRS into sending you money you can’t keep, and then the crooks try to get you to send it to them. Very new, and extremly dangerous!

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School Shooting Threats Encompass National Debate – Gun Control, Public Safety, Racism

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The detention of an African-American family and two children in Bloomington over the weekend is spawning debate over active shooter threats to schools, community policing, and race. A Fairview Elementary School student and a Batchelor Middle School student posted threats against another Fairview student on Saturday, a day after a former high school student shot and killed 17 people in …

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Bloomington Town Hall

Bloomington Town Hall featuring local opinion on the purchase of an armored car, by Bloomington Police Department.

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Better Beware! – New Tax Scam

A really nasty new scam tricks the IRS into sending you money you can’t keep, and then the crooks try to get you to send it to them. Very new, and extremely dangerous!

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City Council Hears Concerns Over Armored Car Purchase

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The Bloomington City Council is holding a Town Hall Forum tonight to address repeated outcry over the city’s decision to purchase an armored car for the Bloomington Police Department. Bloomington Chapter Black Lives Matter protesters and advocates are expected to voice their opposition to the nearly quarter million dollar purchase during public comment at this evening’s town hall. City of …

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Daily Local News – February 20, 2018

The Bloomington City Council is holding a Town Hall Forum tonight to address repeated outcry over the city’s decision to purchase an armored car for the Bloomington Police Department; A Democratic Candidate for Indiana’s 9th Congressional District, Liz Watson, is holding a Town Hall tomorrow in Bloomington over medical marijuana; The Indiana legislature overwhelmingly passed a bill today that would …

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Love Songs for a Lasting World – A Middle Way House Benefit

Now in its third year, Love Songs for a Lasting World is described as a winter extravaganza of song and dance. It’s also a signature fund raiser for Middle Way House, a local nonprofit providing services to survivors of domestic and sexual violence, and human trafficking. This year’s concert honors former Middle Way House Director Toby Strout, who guided the …

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Daily Local News – February 19, 2018

Jurors convicted an Indianapolis man in connection with the sexual assaults of two IU students and a shootout with a Bloomington Police officer back in 2014; The Indiana legislature is considering passage of a bill that would expand the rates and lending practices for so-called payday loans; The Indiana Senate Environmental Affairs Committee voted down a measure that would’ve limited …

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Big Talk Extra! w/ Michael Glab: Jeff Issac

Jeff Isaac is a noted and outspoken professor at Indiana University’s school of political science. He’s the past editor of the academic journal, Political Science, and has written countless articles for scholarly publications and numerous books. The road he took to academia was never straight. A kid growing up in Queens, New York City, he played stickball and did his …

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