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(Photo courtesy of OSF St. Joseph Medical Center Facebook page) NORMAL, Ill. – In honor of National Wear Red Day, OSF health officials discuss ways in which individuals can effectively pursue heart health. OSF Media Relations Specialist Libby Allison explained the common misconceptions surrounding heart health. While heart disease is stereotypically attached to men, older […]

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 Illinois State University’s website NORMAL, Ill.- Early voting for the March primary begins this week for Illinoisans.   Although the primary election is not officially until March 17, voters can start casting their ballot as early as Thursday.   The State Board of Elections spokesperson Matt Dietrich expects a lot of voters to utilize this service.  […]

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. […]

NORMAL, Ill.- The Normal Town Council discussed renewing the lease Normal has with the Illinois State University Galleries in the Uptown Circle.  Illinois State University has been in contract with Normal since their first lease in 2013 when the university put $2 million into renovating what started as a dirt floor room in the parking […]

Normal, Ill. – In the case of Felstead v. U-High, a Motion to Dismiss was held Monday, Feb. 3 at 10 a.m in McLean County courthouse. Thomas and Heidi Felstead’s son’s admission to U-High was reversed after University Police found that he created a fake Snapchat in March 2019 with the intent to acquire nude […]

Photo courtesy ISU News and Akiva K. Segan  NORMAL, Ill.- To mark International Holocaust Remembrance Day, a talk by artist and educator Akiva K. Segan was held on Thursday, January 30, in Stevenson Hall. This talk is sponsored by the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures. ISU professor Jonathan Druker chose to include Segan because […]

NORMAL, Ill. – A Bloomington orthopedic surgeon is faced with several sexual assault charges and pleads not guilty. Shaun Kink was charged with aggravated criminal sexual assault of a person with a disability, a Class X felony; other felony charges of criminal sexual assault, aggravated criminal sexual assault and criminal sexual abuse. Kink’s attorney, Peter […]

NORMAL, Ill.- For over a year, the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees local union 32-36 has been trying to negotiate a fair contract with Illinois State University.   On Monday nearly 50 staff, faculty, students and other supporters rallied outside of The Nelson Smith building before the bargaining committee met with university […]

NORMAL, Ill.-Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker came to the Illinois State University campus yesterday, to announce that over $52 million left in capital funding will be for the renovation of facilities in the Wonsook Kim College of Fine Arts. “With this investment, we’re giving ISU’s current and future students a world-class education in a world-class facility, and we’re giving students the tools to […]