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Famous for its rock quarries, Bloomington is an area of irregular limestone terrain characterized by sinks, ravines, fissures, underground streams, sinking streams, springs and caves. It is situated in the rolling hills of southern Indiana, resting on the intersection of the Norman Uplands and the Mitchell Plain. The Little 500 is a bicycle race held annually at Bill Armstrong Stadium on the campus of Indiana University.

Population: 72254
Local Newspapers: The Herald-Times Indiana Daily Student
Local Sports Teams: Indiana University Hoosiers (NCAA)
Local Colleges: Indiana University

Zip Codes associated with bloomington, indiana: 47201 47403 47404 47406 47408
Towns/Cities near bloomington, indiana : Spencer Ellettsville Bedford

Bloomington News
Bloomington District A.C.E.S. Make Record Breaking Meth Seizure and Arrests

An investigation conducted by the Bloomington District ACES resulted in what is believed to be the largest single meth seizure in Monroe County history. The investigation resulted in approximately 3 pounds of meth being seized from traffic stops and multiple search warrants of Monroe County residences.

City to Implement Traffic Mitigating Measures Along West Third Street

As the Indiana Department of Transportation prepares to complete construction of Bloomington's I-69 interchanges this summer, the City of Bloomington is taking additional steps, in coordination with the state agency, to alleviate associated congestion. According to INDOT's projected timeline, access to I-69 from West Third Street will be established in late August.

Chemists have just found a new and relatively unknown flame retardant in the environment

Flame retardants are known to cause plenty of problems despite their apparent usefulness in everyday items. Now, there is new evidence that suggests the flame retardant problem may be a lot bigger than earlier thought.

Research Suggests Sweet Potatoes Didn't Originate in the Americas

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Sweet potatoes may seem as American as Thanksgiving, but scientists have long debated whether their plant family originated in the Old or New World.

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You'll have to wait a while for your Hardee's thickburger and the chance to test drive Xfinity's products, but one will come before the other. TippecaNews: Xfinity store coming to Lafayette, Sycamore Springs expands, Hardee's delayed You'll have to wait a while for your Hardee's thickburger and the chance to test drive Xfinity's products, but one will come before the other.

Recap

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. Indiana defeated the Maryland baseball team, 13-3, in the final game of the Terps' 2018 season at Bart Kaufman Field Saturday afternoon.

Proposed German medieval village irks SW Indiana neighbors

A proposal to build a replica German medieval village in southwestern Indiana has some neighbors worried about an influx of visitors. Organizers of the Rosenvolk German Medieval Festival want to build the $5 million village in the small, unincorporated community of Dubois, about 50 miles southwest of Bloomington.

Bloomington Early Music Festival Celebrates 25th Year, Partnership With Early Music America

The Bloomington Early Music Festival, an annual series of concerts and educational programs celebrating historically informed performance, will commemorate its 25th year this month. The festival and Indiana University's Historical Performance Institute at the Jacobs School of Music will partner with national nonprofit historical performance organization Early Music America, featuring numerous performances and events at venues throughout Bloomington from Friday, May 18 to Sunday, May 27. Case Western Reserve University's baroque ensemble will perform as part of this year's Bloomington Early Music Festival.

On the record a " May 18

Anthony D. Root, 28, Vallonia, visiting/maintaining a common nuisance, possession of a syringe, no bond, 4:07 a.m. Thursday. Travis Ray Grigsby, 33, Seymour, visiting/maintaining a common nuisance, possession of a controlled substance, possession of a syringe, possession of paraphernalia, no bond, 4:04 a.m. Thursday.

Noble County Bookings

Derid J. Becker, 36, of the 1100 block of East Main Street, Albion, was booked at 10:39 a.m. Wednesday on a court order relating to a drug court violation.

Executions: How much do Hoosiers have a right to know?

A four-year court battle in Marion County will determine the extent to which the public has the right to know details about the state's executions. What Indiana officials want to keep secret about executions A four-year court battle in Marion County will determine the extent to which the public has the right to know details about the state's executions.

Dave O'Guinn Named IU's New Vice Provost For Student Affairs And Dean Of Students

M. Davis "Dave" O'Guinn, currently chief litigation counsel at Indiana University's Office of the Vice President and General Counsel, has been appointed vice provost for student affairs and dean of students at IU Bloomington, pending formal approval by the Indiana University Board of Trustees.a O'Guinn's appointment is a two-year term. O'Guinn succeeds Lori M. Reesor, who has served in the role since July 2016.

Bridge On Jordan Avenue Will Close Thursday For Concrete Work

The bridge on Jordan Avenue between 10th Street and E Law Lane in Bloomington will be closed May 17, 2018, from 8 am until Noon, for concrete work. No vehicular or pedestrian traffic will be allowed on this section of Jordan Avenue during this time.

The 'Trail of Hope' took care of those who were oppressed

Unlike the Native American story called the "Trail of Tears," a similar story about an oppressed people being driven from their homes is called the "Trail of Hope."

Houses go up in Habitat's Trail View neighborhood

She grew up in Bloomington, running around with friends in the area now known as the Trail View neighborhood back when it was just overgrowth on the wrong side of the railroad tracks. "I believe this land has a really positive vibe," Swoape said from her new porch Saturday afternoon.

Bloomington Police Arrested on Kidnapping Charges

A Bloomington man was arrested on kidnapping charges Sunday night after police received a woman was missing after meeting with her distraught ex-boyfriend. According to Bloomington Police Capt.

Opioid Misuse Costs Indiana Over $4 Billion Annually, or $11 Million Daily, IU Study Finds

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Over the past 15 years, the number of opioid overdose deaths in Indiana has risen by more than 500 percent, while misuse of these drugs has cost the state a total of $43.3 billion, according to research from Indiana University.

Clinton E. Setser

He was born on April 10, 1944 in Franklin to his parents, the late Cale and Ruth Jeanette Setser. Clinton was a 1962 graduate of Franklin High School.

I-69 Section 5 Construction Update - Week of May 14

With construction continuing on the Tapp Road, 2nd Street and 3rd Street bridges, motorists can expect delays when driving cross town in Bloomington. Other east-west routes such as Fullterton Pike, Vernal Pike and State Road 46 might be longer distances, but could reduce travel times.

Bloomington Man Arrested After Threatening to Shoot Himself with a Flare gun

A Bloomington man was arrested after he allegedly pushed a woman during a domestic fight and threatened to shoot himself with a flare gun Thursday afternoon. Bloomington Police arrested 35-year-old Richard Moore.

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