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Photo courtesy to Illinois State University’s website NORMAL, Ill. – McLean County voters can feel safe knowing their polling place is being sanitized. According to McLean County Clerk Kathy Michael, locations have the necessary cleaning supplies to combat Coronavirus fears. “We sent out hand sanitizers to all the polling places this morning,” said Michael. “All […]

(Photo courtesy of Governor JB Pritzker Facebook Page) Chicago, Ill. – Governor JB Pritzker announced his administration will file a federal waiver to expand Medicaid coverage. The announcement came a day after the decision to close all schools in the state of Illinois. According to a press release from the Governor’s office, the request is an […]

(Photo Courtesy of CDC Facebook page) Atlanta, Ga.- The CDC advised people at high risk of coronavirus to keep supplies on hand and take everyday precautions. In a media briefing earlier this week, the CDC provided recommendations for individuals at risk of contracting the virus. According to Nancy Messonnier, the director of CDC’s National Center […]

Photo courtesy to Heartland Community College Facebook page  NORMAL, Ill – A day after Illinois State University responded, Heartland Community College has extended spring break until March 20th. HCC decided to extended the break to prepare and respond to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The college will remain with regular office hours during the extended spring […]

Photo courtesy to CDC Facebook page  NORMAL, Ill. – Amid Coronavirus fear, Illinois State University announced it will be extending spring break until March 23 and resume class April 12 through online classes or other instructional methods. The World Health Organization declared the spread of the Coronavirus as a pandemic. “That the time frame may […]

  NORMAL, Ill – Graduate students at Illinois State University used the Board of Trustees meeting as a platform to protest low wages. Groups of graduate students stood in solidarity with posters demonstrating their frustration. At the meeting, students held signs labelled “ISU works because we do.”  A student representing the Graduate Workers Union expressed the grievances […]

NORMAL – Two vehicles were involved in a car accident on the intersection of Dale and Kingsley St. South bound on Kingsley, a red truck hit the rear corner panel of a white Tesla while making a lane change. The car rolled onto its side causing the Kingsley and Dale St. intersection to be blocked. […]

NORMAL – Earlier this afternoon there was a protest on the separation of families in Uptown Normal. Protesters gathered to raise awareness of the poor conditions children face in detention centers after being separated from their families. The protests are inspired by a speaker that conducted interviews with children at the dentition centers. One of […]

BLOOMINGTON – Bloomington Police Department are asking people to avoid Washington St. and McLean St. due to a gas line rupture. The area is being blocked off as buildings near the gas leak were evacuated. According to Bloomington Police, the issue should be resolved by 8:30 p.m.

NORMAL – Yesterday marks the annual Veterans Day ceremony hosted by the Illinois State University ROTC program. Among the many veterans in attendance was Department Chair of the ROTC program, Lieutenant Colonel Kraig Kline of the United States Army. A former Illinois State alum, Kline graduated in 1999 with a degree in criminal justice and […]