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SPRINGFIELD – Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker has agreed to increase pay for more than 40,000 home aid and child care workers. Around 28,000 personal assistants working through Illinois’ home service program will receive a 48-cent per hour raise. In 2017, former Governor Bruce Rauner refused to give aid workers a raise even though the raises […]

NORMAL – This Thursday, a seminar was held in Stevenson Hall to address corruption, theft and bribery that is exhibited by public officials. The seminar was held by Associate Professor of Economics and the Director of the Institute for Corruption Studies Oguzhan Dincer. Throughout the hour long seminar, plenty information and individual research was shared about […]

On this week’s Tea Time, Brandon and Pat spill all the gossip about Lori Loughlin, Felicity Huffman, and Mama June!

By: Bri Bradley Andrew Hozier-Byrne, known professionally as “Hozier”, is an Irish musician from County Wicklow. Hozier has won multiple awards and has been nominated for many more. In July 2013, Hozier released his first EP called Take Me to Church, that featured four tracks. “Take Me to Church” was the first Hozier single to […]

After spending last week in Florida for spring break, the crew is finally back. Andy, Julie, and Hector open up this week’s show recapping their experiences covering the 2019 Missouri Valley Conference and what they did over spring break (2:28-15:22). Next, Andy and Hector sat down with News Director, Zach Wilson, to talk MLB baseball […]

A grand jury has indicted Floyd Brown, the man who allegedly shot and killed Special Deputy U.S. Marshal Jacob Keltner on March 7th, with three offenses. Two of the offenses are related to firearms, but the primary charge is murder of a federal law enforcement officer. At an arraignment on Wednesday, Brown plead not guilty […]

NORMAL – Illinois State University’s Alumni Engagement hosted “Cook with a Redbird Chef: Teen Edition” on Tuesday evening with Executive Chef Matt Horton. Due to popular demand, Illinois State University’s Alumni Engagement brought back the “Cook with a Redbird Chef” event series. Horton taught participating teens the basics of cooking and gave them a hands-on […]

NORMAL – WGLT partnered with the League of Women Voters of McLean County to host a candidate forum on Tuesday night at the Alumni Center. The panel was made up of seven candidates who are running for positions on the Bloomington City Council. With only one of the seven running uncontested, the competition is heating […]

NORMAL – It’s quite an accomplishment to play one sport at the Division I level, let alone two sports. After serving as an outside hitter for Redbird Volleyball, Lexi Wallen stayed on the court and joined the basketball team. She walked onto the team in the middle of the season after she found out about […]

By: Logan Flesch We may officially be living in a post-Migos world. Fans have been speculating for the past couple of years that the group may be moving their focus towards their own solo careers. These rumors have only grown with Offset’s collaboration with 21 Savage and Metro Boomin’ Without Warning (2017), Takeoff’s The Last […]