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NORMAL, Ill.- Every time a bell rings an angel gets their wings, but Illinois State University gets another year older. ISU celebrated its 163rd birthday on Feb. 20, 2020 in the Brown Ballroom at the Bone Student Center. Looking back on the year there were some highs and lows. ISU President Larry Dietz said a […]

Photo courtesy to ISU NORMAL, Ill.- The Redbird Women’s Basketball team faced Valparaiso this Sunday afternoon and raised $25,000 for cancer research as part of Play4Kay. The Redbirds went into the game with a record of 14 wins and 8 losses in the season, and ended the game with a final score of 70 to […]

Photo courtesy to ISU NORMAL, Ill.-  Illinois State University is recognizing Black History month through lived experiences and real people. The Atlanta Child Murders was a series of killings that took place in Atlanta between 1979 and 1981. Up to 28 children were murdered, and Wayne Williams was convicted in 1981. The killings seemed to […]

Photo courtesy to OSF Healthcare Facebook page BLOOMINGTON, Ill.- There are misconceptions about the Coronavirus and local health leaders stress the seasonal flu is far more concerning. In Illinois, health facilities are mostly treating the unusual Influenza B-Victoria strain of flu virus that hasn’t been seen since the 90s. Media Relations Coordinator Colleen Reynolds said, […]

NORMAL, Ill.- Is term length correlated to corruption? One challenger believes so. At WGLT’s candidate forum, Republican primary challenger David Blumenshine said he believes State Representative Dan Brady needs to simplify the issues that face Illinois’ District 105 and the state by making tax cuts. In Governor JB Pritzker’s State of the State address there […]

NORMAL, Ill.- Seats in the Illinois House of Representatives are up for election, and Bloomington’s 105th district is seeing incumbent Republican Dan Brady run against republican hopeful David Blumenshine.  The debate that took place at WGLT’s candidate forum, and the pension crisis and tax cuts were a hot topic on Thursday, Feb. 13. “It’s your generation. This thing isn’t […]

Photo courtesy to McLean County Public Health Department’s Facebook page BLOOMINGTON, Ill.- The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) is now able to conduct testing for the Coronavirus, making Illinois the first state to be able to do testing in state. Communication Specialist Dion McNeal said the IDPH was able to successfully complete their chemical […]

Photo courtesy to Illinois State University News NORMAL, Ill.- Area nurses can explore care for aging LGBTQ populations with a workshop at Illinois State University. ISU is making progressive steps for those populations that are overlooked and discriminated against. The Nurses Health Education About LGBTQ Elders Curriculum workshop will be Thursday, March 26, at the […]

Photo courtesy to Chapel Hill SCV Facebook page CHAPEL HILL, N.C.- The University of North Carolina has sent the Sons of the Confederate Veterans nearly $2.6 million with an out of court settlement over the university’s refusal to restore their Silent Sam statue. Defamation Lawyer Greg Doucette has been covering this story and reviewing the […]

Photo courtesy to Adam Kinzinger’s website WASHINGTON, D.C.- Later this year, the American people will have a choice on how they want our country to be run come election day. The impeachment shifts some expectations our Illinois Congressman has for the country moving forward from the State of the Union Address and the Impeachment acquittal. […]