NEWS


News 5/20/2020, 3:00pm

Ball State professors adjust to online classes

Regular on-campus professors began operating solely online after Ball State President Geoffrey Mearns announced early March the university would forgo in-person classes for the rest of semester to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Many professors handled the transition differently.


News 5/19/2020, 3:00pm

5 national stories of the week

White House aides defending the president’s use of a potentially fatal malaria drug, updates on the killing of Ahmaud Arbery, flooding in the Midwest, the pandemic affecting communion rituals and the 2020 Webby Awards make up this week’s five national stories.


News 5/18/2020, 3:00pm

5 international stories of the week

An independent probe into WHO’s management during the virus outbreak, how churches in Italy have opened up for public masses, virus cases in French schools days after they opened, local leaders resisting reopening in Mexico and clashes in Hong Kong’s legislature make up this week’s five international stories.


News 5/18/2020, 12:00pm

Village restaurants adapt to new dine-in requirements

Restaurants across Indiana can now start to open their dining rooms to 50 percent capacity as of May 11, but some restaurants in the Village are waiting to make sure their policies are in line with the state requirements before they open their dining rooms.


News 5/12/2020, 3:00pm

5 national stories of the week

Dr. Anthony Fauci’s warning on reopening the economy too soon, updates on the killing of Ahmaud Arbery, the Supreme Court hearing on the president’s taxes and bank records, cases of fraud during the virus pandemic and deficit spending threatening Pentagon’s arms projects make up this week’s five national stories.


News 5/11/2020, 3:00pm

5 international stories of the week

Countries reopening their economies amid second-wave pandemic fears, a misfire which killed 19 sailors during an Iranian military training exercise, Americans suing China over the virus outbreak, Hong Kong police arresting more than 200 people in renewed protests and the reopening of Shanghai’s Disneyland make up this week’s five international stories.


News 5/5/2020, 3:00pm

5 national stories of the week

Fears of disinformation amid the vote-by-mail debate, states with few COVID-19 cases receiving a big share of the coronavirus relief aid, the confirmation hearing or the president’s nominee for intelligence chief, summer camps being closed this year and mother’s day celebrations make up this week’s five national stories.


News 5/4/2020, 3:00pm

5 international stories of the week

Tests to find a vaccine to stop COVID-19, intelligence reports on China hiding the severity of the pandemic, Islamic State extremist attacks in Iraq and Syria, a failed raid in Venezuela and the postponement of the 2020 World Expo make up this week’s five international stories.