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NORMAL – Illinois State University students and staff were welcomed back from spring break with some new additions to the ISU campus. Qdoba and Starbucks were added on to the Bone Student Center for the revitalization project that has been going on for over a year. While Pizza Hut and McAlister’s are still in the […]

NORMAL – On Wednesday, the Publications Unit in the Department of English hosted a book launch celebration at the Williams Hall Annex for University Professor Tim Hunt and his new book, Ticket Stubs & Liner Notes. Many fans, including family and friends gathered to show appreciation for Hunt and his work. The festivities started with Hunt […]

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NORMAL – The Normal City Council held a panel Thursday night with 8 candidates running for 3 seats on the council. The event took place in Illinois State University’s Bone Student Center. The candidates include Dave Shields, Alex Campbell, R.C. McBride, Kathleen Lorenz, Pat Turner, Joel Studebaker, Stan Nord, and Karyn Smith. They were asked to […]

WASHINGTON, D.C. – J.B. Pritzker attended the National Governors Association Winter Meeting in Washington on Sunday where he discussed issues of education in Illinois. Two former Secretaries of Education were also in attendance. Governor Pritzker directed questions as well as concerns to the former Education Secretaries from the Obama and Bush administration on what steps […]

LINCOLN – Shortly after 9 o’clock this morning in Rockford, 39-year old Floyd Brown of Springfield shot a U.S. Marshal who was trying to arrest him. A woman who was an acquaintance of Brown was also shot at the scene. Brown has an outstanding warrant against him for a burglary in Springfield on Sunday. He […]

BLOOMINGTON – The Bloomington-Normal Association of Realtors hosted a “Meet the Candidates Forum Tuesday night to introduce the potential Bloomington City Council members to the community. This event was an opportunity for residents to put a name to a face and gain a better understanding of where the candidates stand on certain issues, including affordable […]

BLOOMINGTON – The State Farm building has been a staple in downtown Bloomington since it’s construction began nearly 90 years ago. After the insurance giant moved all of it’s employees out of the building early last year, they are ready to move on. State Farm has reached an agreement with an unidentified company who is […]

By: Sydney Davis Something about the idea of bands reuniting just brings excitement. You never know what’s in store: more hits or just hearing the old ones again. Fun Fact: My first time actually hearing about the Backstreet Boys was when I was a little kid because they were featured in the kids TV show […]

PEORIA – Yesterday, Governor J.B Pritzker visited the Peoria Neighborhood House for the meals on wheels program to discuss economic plans and opportunities for people in communities across the state of Illinois. Pritzker says that he has helped Illinois by raising the minimum wage, as he believes that it will result in one million people […]