ALERTS LOCK DOWN TWO CAMPUSES
A pair of stabbings on Indiana college campuses had thousands on lock down over the weekend. Around 4 a.m. Sunday in Bloomington, about 55,000 people on and off the Indiana University campus received a message advising them to take shelter. Police quickly made two arrests in a dispute over a girl. One person was treated and released for a minor stab wound. Also early Sunday morning, a similar notification on the Ball State campus went out to about 13,000 people after a student was stabbed in the upper arm during a robbery attempt. The victim is expected to make a full recovery.