An armed man and an accomplice robbed the People’s State Bank on Bloomington’s East side yesterday evening; The City of Bloomington Housing and Neighborhood Development Department announced yesterday that applications are now available for its 2015 Citizens’ Academy program; Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller has joined a national lawsuit against four cancer charities accused of scamming millions of dollars from donors; The proposal to extend the life of the west-side TIF district is on the table once again; The Jack Hopkins Social Services Funding Committee announced its recommendations, for funding allocations, to local non-profit organizations, for 2015.
The state of Oklahoma has experienced an increased number of earthquakes in recent years and researchers there say the seismic activity appears to be linked to oil and gas drilling. Specifically, the earthquakes seem to be connected to the use of hydraulic fracking, a process that also occurs in parts on Indiana. WFHB correspondent Kyle Boen looked into whether Hoosiers should be worrying about increased risk of earthquakes and we bring you that story now in this WFHB exclusive.
Scammers who call on the phone demanding money deserve anything they get – so here’s some ideas on how to turn the tables on ‘em!
Anchors – Kelly Wherley and Araceli Gomez
Today’s headlines were written by Ivy Bridges, Jerrod Dill and Jack Hanek
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