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Your vote for the statehouse may boil down to a simple question: How long is too long for a legislator to serve? [Read More]
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It seems we are quick to complain about government projects at any level. But I certainly have noticed the fantastic job that is being done... [Read More]
When Bart McNeil insisted police return to his home following the death of his 4-year-old daughter in June 1999, he believed the information he wanted... [Read More]
Police were looking Tuesday for a man who reportedly grabbed bank bags from an employee's purse at an Eastland Mall business and fled. [Read More]
As you carve frightening or charming faces in your jack-o-lanterns this Halloween, be sure to keep the seeds for a nutritious snack. Pumpkin seeds are... [Read More]
HIGH SCHOOL... [Read More]
Investigators are looking for the cause of a fire that destroyed a Carlock business Tuesday afternoon. [Read More]
Matt Murschel of the Orlando Sentinel breaks down the top 10 things learned after week 7 of college football. [Read More]
$5 gift cards) for only $10! [Read More]
J.B. Pritzker is counting on "kitchen table issues" - and a healthy dose of criticism of incumbent Bruce Rauner - to lead him to Illinois'... [Read More]
Multiple crews are at the scene of a major fire at a Carlock business. [Read More]
In the Blues' perfect world, they turn around their slow-starting season and march on to success. [Read More]
Central Illinois' response to Hurricane Michael has grown as relief agencies have gotten a closer look at the devastation from the hurricane that slammed the... [Read More]
No decisions on funding repairs at the O'Neil Park pool or deferred maintenance at the Bloomington Public Library will be made until later this fall. [Read More]
A new building is coming to uptown despite a variety of concerns from the public Monday. [Read More]
A retired forensic scientist for the state who handled evidence in the 1991 murder case against Donald Whalen has expanded his initial report to explain... [Read More]
Merging Bloomington's public works and water departments likely will save the city more than $250,000 annually but not trigger any layoffs, City Manager Tim Gleason... [Read More]
100 years ago... [Read More]