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NORMAL – After a long municipal election day, an incumbent remains in only one of the three seats on the Normal Town Council that were up for election. Kathleen Lorenz, who has been on the council since 2015, won 14.52% of the vote, allowing her to stay in office for another term. She was not the […]

NORMAL – Today is the Normal municipal election. At the Bone Student Center on the campus of Illinois State University, voter turnout has been average in comparison to previous municipal elections. Election judge Donna Beyer confirmed that around 90 people had voted at that precinct throughout the day, which was about 20 percent of all […]

NORMAL- The Student Wellness Ambassador team (SWAT) made yet another appearance on the ISU campus today to promote health and awareness for students and staff. Each week, SWAT gazebos are put up on various Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays in various locations on the Illinois State University campus to get resources out to students and staff. […]

NORMAL – The Chi Omega sorority host’s their annual charity Greek dance competition this weekend at Redbird Arena. This specific philanthropic event will be hosted by the social sorority Chi Omega. The “March Madness” dance competition will support the Make-a-Wish Foundation with all proceeds from the event being donated to the organization. 2019 will mark […]

BLOOMINGTON – The local municipal election for Bloomington is today. The voter turnout at one polling place, Hansen Student Center on the campus of Illinois Wesleyan University, has been fairly modest. Election Judge Tim Dooley was able to confirm that they’ve had over one-hundred people turn up to vote as of 1 pm today. It […]

In the March edition of the Birds-I-View, hosts Ashley Antonini, Anthony Ferretti and Zach Wilson, along with the WZND News Team, take an inside look at the upcoming municipal elections on April 2nd. WZND’s Carly Halberg begins the show by examining the differences between the municipal and midterm elections (1:50-4:16). Then, Elizabeth Kolze takes a […]

SPRINGFIELD – Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker has agreed to increase pay for more than 40,000 home aid and child care workers. Around 28,000 personal assistants working through Illinois’ home service program will receive a 48-cent per hour raise. In 2017, former Governor Bruce Rauner refused to give aid workers a raise even though the raises […]

NORMAL – This Thursday, a seminar was held in Stevenson Hall to address corruption, theft and bribery that is exhibited by public officials. The seminar was held by Associate Professor of Economics and the Director of the Institute for Corruption Studies Oguzhan Dincer. Throughout the hour long seminar, plenty information and individual research was shared about […]

A grand jury has indicted Floyd Brown, the man who allegedly shot and killed Special Deputy U.S. Marshal Jacob Keltner on March 7th, with three offenses. Two of the offenses are related to firearms, but the primary charge is murder of a federal law enforcement officer. At an arraignment on Wednesday, Brown plead not guilty […]

NORMAL – Illinois State University’s Alumni Engagement hosted “Cook with a Redbird Chef: Teen Edition” on Tuesday evening with Executive Chef Matt Horton. Due to popular demand, Illinois State University’s Alumni Engagement brought back the “Cook with a Redbird Chef” event series. Horton taught participating teens the basics of cooking and gave them a hands-on […]