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Bloomington Farmer's Market Sends Off A Difficult Season

Farmer's Market Coordinator Marcia Veldman says this growing season was challenging for most farmers due to heavy flooding, followed by droughts, in the summer.

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Over 11,000 Indiana Court Cases Used Interpreter In 2014

The Indiana Supreme Court established a Court Interpreter Program in 2002 and has certified 107 interpreters in nine languages.

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New Energy-Absorbing Material Could Result In Safer Helmets

New research to develop an energy absorbing material could lead to safer helmets and could be ready for application within a few years.

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Here's Some Of The Work That Goes Into The Canopy Of Lights


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Morning Headlines: Friday, November 27, 2015

A retail expert says Black Friday only accounts for about of 10 percent in overall holiday sales; the battle for the Old Oaken Bucket continues on Saturday.

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IU, Purdue Will Battle For Old Oaken Bucket On Saturday

Fighting for the bucket trophy has remained an annual tradition since 1925.

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ACLU Files Lawsuit Against State Over Hepatitis C Treatment

There is a cure for Hepatitis C, but it can cost as much $100,000.

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In Coal Country, No Cash In Hand For Billions In Cleanup

As the dramatic fall of the coal industry rapidly advances, the massive task of cleaning up after our energy appetites remains.

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Donations To Hoosier Hills Food Bank Down This Year

Donations are down about half a million pounds for the year and Food Bank Executive Director Julio Alonso says that trend has continued into the holiday season.

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Turkey Prices Highest Since 2012

The retail price of a sixteen pound turkey went up by over four dollars since last year according to an annual survey by the Indiana Farm Bureau.

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