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Photo courtesy to BLM Facebook page  BLOOMIGTON, Ill.- Last night Black Lives Matter (BLM) had their fifth community call,  where they discussed how they can work to help the most vulnerable groups during the COVID-19 crisis. “As you know, decarceration has been a focus of BLM Blono as COVID-19 continues to reach every corner of […]

Photo courtesy to the CDC BLOOMINGTON, Ill.- The McLean County Health Department was notified Thursday morning, April 16 of a third death related to COVID-19 in McLean County, Illinois. The individual was a female in her 80s with no history of travel or exposure. McLean County has had a total of 82 cases of COVID-19, […]

Photo courtesy to Pritzker Facebook page CHICAGO- While states are suppose to be receiving federal funding to address costs associated with the pandemic, this funding can not be used for the broader impact on COVID-19 on state revenue. Governor J.B. Pritzker is working with our federal partners and calling on Congress to pass an additional […]

Photo courtesy to OSF Healthcare website BLOOMINGTON, Ill.- While all but essential workers are being asked to stay at home to contain the spread of COVID-19. OSF HealthCare is expanding its digital response strategy to offer care to patients without the need to leave home. Pandemic Health Workers will digitally enable clients invited into the […]

Photo courtesy of J.B. Pritzker Facebook page. CHICAGO, Ill. – A week after reporting the highest number of deaths due to COVID-19, Illinois may be flattening the curve. Illinois has seen growth in its doubling rates increase after placing a variety of executive orders. Illinois has now been in a “Stay at Home” order since […]

Photo courtesy National Domestic Violence Hotline Facebook page NORMAL, Ill.- There has been an increase in hotline calls at local Domestic Violence Shelter, Neville House. Illinois State University’s Students Ending Rape Culture (SERC) has been part of the effort to stop Domestic Violence, but the pandemic is creating threats for the survivors. Staff Adviser of […]

NORMAL, Ill.- The pandemic has brought pollution drops and a new perspective for the Illinois State University Office of Sustainability. “With this ‘pause’ in our daily activities, we are recognizing the human impact on our climate,” said Director Elisabeth Reed. The office plans to return to campus out of this pandemic with a fresh perspective […]

Photo courtesy to Pritzker Facebook page CHICAGO- Having trouble applying for unemployment insurance? Governor J.B. Pritzker provided an update on the state’s efforts to expand access and eligibility to unemployment insurance. “The challenges workers and families are facing today is something my whole administration thinks about each day as we are simultaneously attempting to fend […]

Photo courtesy to YWCA Facebook page BLOOMINGTON, Ill.- YWCA McLean County is still recognizing Sexual Assault Awareness Month, which is recognized yearly during the month of April. Due to COVID-19 and the Stay-At-Home order and the pandemic, all events are going to be held virtually. Walk a Mile in Her Shoes, is going to kick-off […]

Photo Courtesy to Davis Facebook page  WASHINGTON-  Illinois Republican U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis led 114 members of Congress in urging House and Senate leadership to include additional help for domestic violence programs in any future Coronavirus aid package. Also, Davis’ letter calls on leadership to work in a bipartisan way to reauthorize the Violence Against […]