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The mayor of Chenoa says, legally, he did nothing wrong in his handling of several wild turkeys that were shot and killed over the weekend.
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Chenoa Mayor Chris Wilder will make a statement during Monday night's city council meeting, explaining his position on the shooting of three wild turkeys Saturday...
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Bloomington police anticipate spending some money on improved technology but not on hiring additional officers over the next three years under a pending strategic plan...
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The Mayors Manor family is back home in time for Christmas.
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Eleventh Judicial Circuit Associate Judge William Yoder will seek election as McLean County resident circuit judge in the November 2018 general election.
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State. Sen Jason Barickman said he's willing to back legalization of cannabis in Illinois.  ...
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Tonight's city council meeting included a number items that could tap into in many individual's pockets.
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Bloomington's first Town Hall Meeting covered everything from attracting people to the community, to the council's budgeting. But it wasn't without its tense moments.
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As the deadline to address the DACA program inches closer, Senator Dick Durbin continues to urge the Senate to take action.
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A local group is standing against the tax overhaul, following the passage of the Senate's tax bill early Saturday.
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McLean County elected officials face an unusually tough road in next year's elections.
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Residents will get a chance Monday to sound off on a proposed tax hike of more than 6 percent for Normal property owners.
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Bloomington-Normal has a great selection of local restaurants. Here are some of the best, according to users on Yelp.
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Last year nearly 2,000 lives were claimed from the growing opioid epidemic in Illinois.
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The Bloomington City Council will meet in December to discuss the idea of drafting a resolution or an ordinance that declares the city is a...
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The City Council Monday approved a revised brick streets master plan, but did not commit to the funding levels proposed in a related list of...
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Several lawmakers and potential challengers turn in their petitions to get on the 2018 election ballot.
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Darin LaHood has filed his candidacy for the 18th Congressional District.
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Twin City officials don't want to force anyone to recycle, but they're not prepared to rule it out.
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Alderman Amelia Buragas is urging her City Council peers not to delay any longer in preserving the city's few remaining brick streets.
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