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NORMAL, Ill. – Community reigned true in the Uptown Circle last night. Support crowded the hill in front of the Children’s Discovery Museum to honor the lives that were lost on March 16 in the Atlanta spa shooting. Student organizers shared the realities of their lives. One of the organizers Yvin Shin says the ceremony […]

BLOOMINGTON, Ill. – Nineteen votes led Tom Crumpler to victory this municipal election. Crumpler won Ward 9 against opponent Jim Fruin. “It felt really great, you know. I went into the election you know really not having any experience in Bloomington city government. Just really wanting to have the opportunity to serve the community. I […]

Photo courtesy to West Bloomington Facebook page Photo: Mural in West Bloomington  NORMAL, Ill.- Louis Goseland of the Bloomington Normal Democratic Socialists of America says the verdict brings accountability for Derek Chauvin but is an exception not the norm.  The Bloomington-Normal Chapter of Democratic Socialists of America is calling on members of the Illinois General Assembly to build on […]

Photo courtesy to the American Red Cross Facebook page NORMAL, Ill.- American Red Cross of Illinois has set up a virtual event for Heroes. Red Cross has promised various people a dedicated Zoom meeting who have been recognized for their acts of heroism, service and dedication to building a better community.  More than 200 Heroes throughout this year and were selected by […]

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 […]

NORMAL, Ill.- As Earth week approaches, ISU Sustainability has planned an array of opportunities and events for students to partake in. These events will be taking place all this week, from April 19-23. ISU Sustainability hopes to facilitate environmental education and provide guidance on how to live sustainably while on campus.    “From these events, […]

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 McLean County Clerk website BLOOMINGTON, Ill. – Last week’s municipal elections saw numerous tightly-contested races, partly thanks to increased voter turnout. Turnout saw a slight increase from 2017, bumping up from 18% to 20%. While the increase isn’t anything astonishing, more voters may have led to closer races. One of the closest […]

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 […]