103.3 WZND Fuzed Radio

Current track



Current show


2:00 am 7:00 am

Author: Maritza Navar-Lopez

Page: 2

NORMAL, Ill. – Earlier this afternoon a fire broke out on 600 block of S Linden St. at Sugar Creek Apartments. Linden is closed south of Vernon Ave. Vernon Ave is closed from Linden Street to Flora Way. No injuries have been reported at this time. Normal Fire Department is urging the public to stay […]

NORMAL, Ill. – Local leasing agencies are warning residents about possible power outages. First Site Leasing advised residents they anticipate Ameren will be shutting down power in a large area around Uptown to make repairs. Some of the buildings that may be affected include: 605 Hester 609 Hester 102 W. College (Uptown North) 138 Beaufort […]

Photo courtesy of Normal Fire Department  NORMAL, Ill. – The Normal Fire Department is advising an extended power outage will likely affect some of the immediate neighborhoods, portions of Illinois State University campus, and the Uptown Normal business district. “Ameren Illinois is working with Union Pacific to coordinate the repairs and once the information and […]

NORMAL, Ill. – A few restaurants in Uptown Normal are closing for the day (Feb 13.) due to the train derailment. Maggie Miley’s and D.P. Dough will be closed due to possible power outages. Both restaurants plan to reopen tomorrow, Sun. Feb 14. Uptown Gifts and Accessories will remain open as long as they are […]

Photo Courtesy Redbird Athletics Story by Andrew Evola  NORMAL, Ill. – The Illinois State baseball team announced their non-conference and conference schedule Wednesday afternoon via Twitter. The Redbirds will have a challenging non-conference schedule. They will travel to Nashville to take on the Belmont Bruins to start the season on February 19th, the Bruins enter […]

Photo courtesy of Illinois State University Facebook.  NORMAL, Ill. – Illinois State University administration says state officials have urged The University to cancel Spring break. Earlier in the semester, Illinois State University decide to maintain Spring break as scheduled. The decision was made after student survey responses expressed it was crucial to maintain mental health. […]

Photo Courtesy Ferror Bloomington, Ill. – Ferrero plans to begin a $75 million expansion project in Bloomington. The confectionery company is known for its production of Nutella, Ferrero Rocher, Crunch, Raisinets, and other large chocolate brands. “The Bloomington community and its leadership have been instrumental to Ferrero’s growth this year,” stated Ferrero’s Senior Vice President […]

Photo Courtesy Maggie Miley’s Facebook page NORMAL, Ill. – The entire State of Illinois is going into further COVID19 mitigations Friday, Nov. 20 and local business are facing more struggles. Early November McLean county was put under Tier 2 restrictions. This prohibits any indoor service in bars and restaurants. Now local bars in both Bloomington […]

Photo Courtesy McLean County Democrats Facebook page NORMAL, Ill. – Local Democrat groups say they “felt relief” to hear that Joe Biden was declared President-Elect Saturday morning. The chairwoman of the McLean County Democratic Party, Nikita Richards said it felt like the hard work finally paid off. She expressed how proud she was of state […]

If you missed election night coverage, join Maritza Navar-Lopez, Catrina Petersen, Annamarie Schutt and the WZND news team for Election Results, Live Interviews, Candidate-Coverage on Nov. 3. Hear from student organizations, candidates and election experts. Listen for more election updates for the rest of the week on 103.3 WZND. ELECTION SHOW PART 1 ELECTION SHOW […]