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Top 10 News Items of 2013: What do you think?

Help vote for the top news stories of the year – take our online poll and then tune in to the Daily Local News beginning December 18th weekdays at 5:30pm to hear the annual year-end countdown. Loading…

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Daily Local News – November 22, 2013

Bernard Frischer, a professor of Informatics at Indiana University’s School of Informatics, has spent the last five years creating a digital model of the ancient Roman emperor Hadrian’s villa, which is now twenty miles outside of Rome, Italy; The Bloomington Entertainment and Arts District (or BEAD) and Visit Bloomington are recipients of the 2013 Arts Destination Marketing Award, presented by …

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Daily Local News – November 21, 2013

Despite alarming news stories about health insurance policy cancellations, Families USA has found consumers whose coverage has been terminated will benefit; The state of Indiana and the federal government continue to be at odds on the implementation of the Affordable Care Act; The City of Bloomington will conduct the fourth annual “Beat the Meter Blitz” this winter; The Bloomington City …

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Daily Local News – November 20, 2013

Kevin Culbertson, who had been selected for the role of WFHB General Manager has informed the board that he is no longer interested in the position; Updates for Indiana’s tornado damaged regions from Representative Matt Ubelhor; Work on the Griffy Lake Dam is almost finished and the lake has already begun to refill, according to an engineer in the city’s …

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Daily Local News – November 19, 2013

The wind and rain storm that swept through Indiana set records according to the National Weather Service; Bloomington Hospital has announced that it will eliminate 50 positions by the end of the year; The 42nd annual tour of the business outlook panel wound up its final presentation yesterday in Richmond, Indiana; Twenty one Indiana state parks will be closed temporarily …

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Daily Local News- November 18, 2013

Weekend storm updates; Laury Flint has assumed the position of Chief of the IU Police Department; Hoosier Hills Food Bank has distributed over three-point-two million pounds of food so far in 2013, already exceeding what they distributed last year; “Medora,” a new documentary about small-town Medora Indiana’s high school basketball team, will make its premiere at The Indiana University Cinema …

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Daily Local News – November 15, 2013

The Bloomington Police Department is participating in a new program called Fleet Watch; A recent study coauthored by two Indiana University researchers found that many Americans are unaware of the financial benefits of owning an electric car;The Indiana University Cinema will host a weekend of movies honoring the one hundred and fourteenth birthday of Hoagy Carmichael. FEATURE The Future of …

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Daily Local News – November 14, 2013

The Bloomington City Council found a loophole in the city’s living wage ordinance yesterday; Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller, along with thirty other attorney generals, has called for major smartphone manufacturers to amp up security features on smartphones; The Indiana University Black Film Center and Archive is hosting Regeneration in Digital Contexts: Early Black Film; This weekend in sports. FEATURE …

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Daily Local News – November 13, 2013

As the weather gets colder, low-income households in Brown, Monroe, Morgan, and Owen counties now have the option to apply for help with winter fuel costs; Members of the Ellettsville Town Council suggested yesterday that they might vote to allow chickens within town limits; The Bloomington/Monroe County Metropolitan Planning Organization is the most recent local body to officially complain about …

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Daily Local News – November 12, 2013

This week on The Strike Mic, a discussion about Indiana University’s luxury dorms, and how they influence higher tuition rates and city-wide gentrification; The Bloomington Police Department reports that a dead female’s body has been found on Hillside Drive, at High Street; the Bloomington City Council debated last week on a new ordinance that will affect the city’s historic conservation …

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