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Daily Local News – April 7, 2016

The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana filed a lawsuit today challenging the state’s new abortion law;The Bloomington Utilities Service Board has been asked to partner with a team from IU’s School of Environmental and Public Affairs on a large scale water resource study; This week the Bloomington Board of Public Works heard a request from Vectren Energy for a …

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Daily Local News – April 6, 2016

The Buskirk Chumley Theater is on track to implement more than $88,000 in audio equipment upgrades; The talk show host and Indiana University alumnus Tavis Smiley has established $50,000 in new scholarships for the School of Public and Environmental Affairs; This Sunday, from 1 to 4 pm, the Bloomington Parks and Recreation Department will host the 31st Annual Children’s Expo. …

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Daily Local News – April 5, 2016

The Indiana Farm Bureau is pushing federal lawmakers to sign the Trans Pacific Partnership, or TPP; The Monroe County Commissioners are supporting day reporting programs for youth as an alternative to secure detention (jail?); The I-69 Development Partners Team has announced the closure of both northbound & southbound lanes on State Road 37 from That Road to Sample Road; In …

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Daily Local News – April 4, 2016

Indiana University says it will not redo any of the sexual misconduct hearings performed under the supervision of former Associate Dean of Students, Jason Casares, who resigned after sexual misconduct charges; The Bloomington City Council may soon change the city’s rules related to demolition and demolition delay of historic structures; A  study from the Indiana Business Research Center shows that …

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Daily Local News – March 31, 2016

The Bloomington Historic Preservation Commission has just begun a meeting in which they’re scheduled to decide the fate of the Chocolate Moose ice cream stand; Work is scheduled to begin tomorrow on the construction of an 8-foot wide side path on West Bloomfield Road, beginning slightly west of Landmark Avenue and extending to Basswood Drive; Bloomington Transit has received an …

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Daily Local News – March 30, 2016

The Bloomington Fire Department is partnering with The American Red Cross to install smoke detectors in the community this Saturday; Almost sixteen hundred junior high and high school students at the Richland Bean Blossom Community School Corporation will be using Chromebooks next year; The organization, IndianaFIRST, which stands for Inspiration & Recognition of Science and Technology – will be holding …

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Daily Local News – March 29, 2016

Retirees from General Electric demonstrated outside the plant on Curry Pike earlier today. GE has just slashed their health insurance benefits; There will be no cell tower at Upper Cascades Park – at least not in the near future; The Monroe County Energy Challenge, aimed at increasing energy efficiency in homes, was launched in January of 2015 and runs through …

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Daily Local News – March 28, 2016

An inmate at the Monroe County Jail died over the weekend after falling from the top of his cell block; Police have charged a Gosport man with the rape and murder of a 15-month-old girl from Spencer; Indiana Governor Mike Pence vetoed a bill that would have limited the state’s ability to pass environmental regulations; The Bloomington City Council has …

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Daily Local News – March 24, 2016

Police have made no arrests and have named no suspects in the case of a missing child in Owen County;This Tuesday, Gov Pence signed off on a measure that eliminates ISTEP style exit exams for high schoolers starting in 2017. FEATURE Up next we have a selection from a new local podcast. “The Hijabi Diaries” is produced in partnership with …

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Daily Local News – March 23, 2016

The Evansville-based Lochmueller Group has been contracted to review the City of Bloomington’s water treatment operations; The Showers Building is now a designated satellite voting center for the upcoming general and primary elections; This week, grade school students across south central Indiana will experience cultures from around the world without leaving the classroom. The program, known as Lotus Blossoms, is …

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