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Daily Local News – January 26, 2015

A fire at Village Deli yesterday afternoon has forced the restaurant to close; A Republican state representative is pushing a bill to allow firearms on Indiana’s college campuses; In a report released on Friday, the Human Rights Campaign listed Indiana as “High Priority to Achieve Basic Equality” regarding the treatment of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender citizens; Starting today crews …

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Daily Local News – January 22, 2015

Races to fill positions on the Bloomington City Council are beginning to take shape; A Bloomington developer is on his way to building a large new neighborhood on the southeast side of the city; A federal judge may have put an end to threats to close a Planned Parenthood clinic in Lafayette; The City of Bloomington negotiated with a Kentucky-based …

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Daily Local News – January 21, 2015

Bloomington residents will have a chance to ask questions and raise concerns to local law enforcement tomorrow night; The lowest paid employees at the Monroe County Public Library may soon get a raise; The Monroe County government ended 2014 with more money than it had at the start of the year; Indiana University says its new campus shuttle service aims …

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Daily Local News – January 20, 2015

As President Obama prepares to unveil his proposal for free community college in tonight’s State of the Union address, a local legislator is putting forward his own plan; Police are still looking for information about a Bloomfield woman who has been missing for nearly three weeks; The First Baptist Church in West Baden Springs has been taken off the state’s …

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Daily Local News – January 15, 2015

A second candidate has entered the race for mayor of Bloomington; Poverty is still on the rise in Indiana, according to a new report from the Indiana Institute for Working Families; After a rape was reported on Indiana University’s campus this week, a student group is aiming to educate IU students about sexual assault, rape and consent; The Bloomington City Council spent most of …

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Daily Local News – January 14, 2015

Governor Mike Pence opened his half-hour State of the State speech last night by saying Indiana has never been stronger; Bloomington residents stood on the corner of Kirkwood and Walnut as the sun set yesterday evening, waving signs that said “no keystone XL” as part of a national day of action against the controversial pipeline; Monroe County is now a …

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Daily Local News – January 13, 2015

Indiana Governor Mike Pence will give his state of the state speech tonight; Today was the deadline for lawmakers to file bills in the state legislature; A new Business Directory is now available to highlight minority and women-owned businesses serving Bloomington and Monroe County; Monroe County has hired a part-time employee to help residents buy health insurance. FEATURE Indiana has …

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Daily Local News – January 12, 2015

Bloomington has its first official candidate for mayor; John Hamilton filed paperwork this morning with the Monroe County Clerk’s office declaring his intention to run as a Democrat in this year’s municipal election; Democracy for Monroe County, has decided to review its mission statement and potentially broaden its support beyond its partisan origins; The hierarchy of the Monroe County Community …

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Daily Local News (每日地方新闻) Dec 17,2014 – Indiana University will begin offering in-state tuition rates to veterans (IU 将降低学费 吸引老兵)

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Indiana University will begin offering in-state tuition rates to qualifying veterans and family members starting with the Fall semester of 2015

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Daily Local News- December 11, 2014

The Bloomington City Council won’t vote on new regulations for food trucks until early next year. After weeks of debate about the rules, the Council voted December 10th to postpone a decision. Council member Andy Ruff was the first to suggest a delay;The Ellettsville Plan Commission is making progress on an ordinance targeting what officials called perpetual garage sales;Ellettsville is …

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