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NORMAL, Ill.- The Normal Fire Department Investigation Team has concluded the investigation into the origin and cause of the fire that heavily damaged or destroyed 12 apartments at the Sugar Creek Apartments at 606 S. Linden Street. Fire investigators have determined the cause of the fire was accidental and was related to repair work being […]

Photo courtesy Mick Humer, Fire Chief  NORMAL, Ill.- Firefighters battled freezing temperatures at a multi-alarm blaze at Sugar Creek Apartments at 606 S. Linden Street this afternoon.  Fire Chief Mick Humer said the fire destroyed or heavily damaged 12 apartments, but fortunately all tenants have been accounted for and there are no reports of any […]

Photo courtesy to Uptown Station Facebook page NORMAL, Ill.- A major train derailment has occurred near Hester Avenue and has resulted in railroad crossings being blocked throughout the Town of Normal by the remaining train. UPDATE Railroad crossings are closed at: University St. Fell Avenue. Broadway St. Linden St. College Ave. Mulberry St. Beech St. […]

Photo courtesy to ISU  NORMAL, Ill.- A new book studying the connections Abraham Lincoln had to Illinois State University is to hit local book stores. Historian Tom Emery and ISU alum Carl Kasten created the 280-page book, “Abraham Lincoln and the Heritage of Illinois State University,” that uncovers the untold stories of Lincoln at ISU. […]

NORMAL, Ill.-In-person screenings return to the Normal Theater on Thursday, Feb. 4 with the new sci-fi film Little Fish. Closed March 13 of last year, the Normal Theater had initially resumed operations in October before increased COVID mitigations brought another closure in November. “We’re excited to welcome guests back through our doors to share in […]

Photo courtesy to IDJJ Facebook page LINCOLN, Ill.- The Governor’s administration has announced a new center for incarcerated youth is coming to central Illinois. The Youth Center will now be located in the old, abandoned Lincoln Development Center. About 40% of Illinois’ juveniles are from Central Illinois and until now they’ve been located in northern […]

Photo courtesy to Bloomington Police Dept. Facebook page BLOOMINGTON, IL ‐ Today, Jan. 30 at approximately 12:45 a.m., Bloomington police officers were dispatched to  Main St., Bloomington, right outside of Downtown Bloomington bar Daddios, for the report of a shooting. Upon arrival, officers found two adult females on the East sidewalk, both with multiple gunshot […]

Photo courtesy to ISU Facebook page NORMAL, Ill.- Vaccinations were distributed on ISU’s campus to those faculty and staff who received an email and registered. “We kind of started off with healthcare workers and first responders. The state’s 1B criteria now allows people 65 years of age or older and also people that are teaching […]

Photo courtesy to Jason Barickman’s Facebook page SPRINGFIELD- It’s been over a year since Illinois’ first positive COVID-19 case. Republican Senator Jason Barickman said since then, those in long-term care facilities have been dying, families haven’t seen each other in months, and our economy has faced historic obstacles. “Yet, with a vaccine in hand, Illinois […]

Photo courtesy to the Town of Normal Facebook page  NORMAL, Ill.- Fifty Normal businesses received grants totaling $450,000 from The Town of Normal’s Small Business Relief Program to assist with COVID-19 impacts. “As a long-standing business owner, I know how important these funds are in sustaining many small businesses during these unprecedented times. I proudly […]