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Record meth bust in Bloomington

An investigation conducted by the Bloomington District ACES (Aggressive Criminal Enforcement Section) resulted in what is believed to be the largest single methamphetamine seizure in Monroe County history.  The investigation resulted in approximately 3 pounds […]

Know Before You Go

        It is Memorial Day weekend, the unofficial start of summer and the official start of summer travel season.         If you are heading out this weekend or anytime soon, the Indiana Department of Transportation […]

It’s Graduation Weekend

Area schools are having commencement ceremonies this weekend as high school seniors will move on to the next stage of life.           Barr Reeve’s graduation is Saturday at 11-am.  It’s their 53rd class to graduate […]


Debra G. (Ivey) Berry

Debra G. (Ivey) Berry, 62, passed away Wednesday, May 23, 2018 at home surrounded by her family. She was born March 7, 1956 in Scottsburg, IN to William Arthur and Mary Jewell (Davis) Ivey. She […]

Patricia Ann (Blackwell) Kalb

Patricia Ann (Blackwell) Kalb, 82, passed away at her home in Plano, Texas on May 22, 2018. She was born in Shoals, Indiana on October 21, 1935 to late Jacob Charles Blackwell and Blanche (Freeman) […]

Grant O’Neal Eversoll

Grant O’Neal Eversoll, 57, of Nashville died Tuesday, May 15, 2018 in I.U. Health Hospice House in Bloomington. He was born May 12, 1961 in Washington, Indiana, the youngest son of Albert Wayne Eversoll and […]

Take 5 For Your Community

Take 5: YMCA Swim Lessons
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Take 5: Free Fishing Weekend
Take 5 : Tech Conference
Take 5: Hospital Week
Take 5: Bark in the Park

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  • Secretary of Defense says North Korea summit still possible May 26, 2018
    A day after the U.S. canceled the summit with North Korea, Defense Secretary James Mattis called the move "the usual give and take." White House correspondent for the Associated Press Zeke Miller breaks down how the White House seemingly walks back the decision to put the summit off.
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    Subtropical storm Alberto eyes Gulf coast; A prom date match made in pre-kindergarten.
  • Trump says North Korea summit could still happen one day after he canceled it May 26, 2018
    Speaking to reporters Friday, President Trump said a planned summit with North Korea could still happen as soon as June 12th, the day it had previously been scheduled for. After President Trump canceled the summit Thursday through a letter to Kim Jong Un, North Korea said it was still willing to meet the U.S. CBS […]

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