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Photo: Black Lives Matter protest from Fall 2020  NORMAL, Ill.- The jury has found former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin guilty on all the counts. He was found guilty of unintentional second-degree murder, third-degree murder, and second-degree manslaughter of George Floyd. ISU president Larry Dietz released a statement shortly after the verdict. “The trial of […]

Photo courtesy Jenn Carrillo Facebook page  BLOOMINGTON, Ill.-During the April 12 council meeting, Mayor-elect Mboka Mwilambwe said council member Jenn Carrillo’s behavior is “unbecoming” of a council member. The behavior Mwilambwe was referencing was a social media post that stated, “I look forward to making Sheila Montney‘s and Nick Becker‘s life a living hell for […]

Photo courtesy to Mboka Mwilambwe Facebook page BLOOMINGTON, Ill.-The Bloomington mayor’s race falls into that 5% margin at this time for a discovery recall, however, Mike Straza has already conceded to Mayor-elect Miboka Mwilambwe so a discovery recall in that race is highly unlikely, according to Bloomington Election Commission’s Tim Mitchell. The results show Mike […]

Pictured: Larry Knell (arrested) Photo courtesy to Bloomington PD NORMAL, Ill.- A 59 year-old man was pronounced dead on Friday, April 9. The autopsy indicates Dale Baughman died of multiple stab wounds. His body was found lying on Seminary Avenue. The Coroner’s office and the Bloomington Police are continuing to investigate. Officers from the department’s […]

Updated at 10:05 p.m. NORMAL, Ill.- Steady voting in Normal precincts slow to steady in the county, very similar to the 2017 election which saw an 18% turnout county-wide.   McLean County Clerk Kathy Michael said some precincts are running a little bit higher in turnout than 2017 but other precincts, like at Bone, precincts 8 and […]

BLOOMINGTON, Ill.- A long-time Bloomington city council member said it is a big leap for a regular citizen to go into being an alderman. “It’s a big learning curve. So I think going from regular citizen to a mayoral position is an even bigger leap,” said Mboka Mwilambwe, who is running for Bloomington mayor in […]

Photo courtesy to Bloomington PD  BLOOMINGTON IL – On Wednesday, March 31, members of the US Marshals Fugitive Task Force arrested a Chicago man in Lafayette, Indiana for his McLean County murder warrants related to the murder of Jaleel Johnson that occurred in Oct. of 2020. Kevon Moon’s bond listed on the warrants is $3 […]

NORMAL, Ill.-  Mayor Chris Koos will be trying to hold the mayoral seat against second-time challenger Marc Tiritilli. Koos has served as mayor for 18 years and he said his strong points in this election are his track record and a positive relationship with Illinois State University. “He [Tiritilli] has publicly said a couple of […]

NORMAL, Ill.- A Normal resident says he sees a shortcoming in the Normal Town Council. Karl Sila says the council is dominated by the current mayor, Chris Koos, and the Town manager Pamela Reece. Sila was part of a protest at Koos’ bike shop, a protest in regards to the Coronavirus shut downs. Sila says […]

Photo courtesy to Facebook BLOOMINGTON, Ill.- The Bloomington-Normal Branch of the NAACP began planning for a “Meet The Candidates’ Forum” for District 87 and Unit 5 over one week ago. In the midst of planning the forum, some social media posts surfaced regarding school board candidate, Jon Reed. Reed is now a former candidate. “Jon […]