Currently Venezuela has two presidents, Juan Guaido, who declared himself leader and Nicholas Maduro, who has been in office since 2013. The current situation has increased the political strife the
Currently Venezuela has two presidents, Juan Guaido, who declared himself leader and Nicholas Maduro, who has been in office since 2013. The current situation has
It may not feel like it but it is election season and eight hopefuls are looking to fill 3 open seats on the Normal Town
BLOOMINGTON, Ill. (WEEK) — Bloomington police are investigating the armed robbery of a pizza delivery driver shortly after midnight Friday. Police said the delivery driver
A man is recovering after an early morning shooting in Bloomington. Police say the shooting happened at 4:14AM Sunday in the 800 block of N.
The future of video gaming is now in Bloomington: Virtual reality, a three-dimensional simulation that puts you in the game. Mass VR, a virtual reality
Sen. Dick Durbin sat down with farmers from McLean County to hear their concerns about the farm bill, trade tariffs, immigration, and climate change. Some
Pothole season is upon us, and they’re popping up everywhere. In Bloomington the Public Works department is busy filling as many as they can before
NORMAL, Ill. (WEEK) — Babies at Advocate Children’s Hospital and newborns across Advocate’s health network will wear red crocheted hats during February to raise awareness
BLOOMINGTON, Ill. (WEEK) — The McLean County Museum of History is adding a piece of presidential history with a local connection to its collection. The
PEORIA, Ill. (WEEK) — After two days of suspension due to bone-chilling weather, the U.S. Postal Service is resuming normal service. Mail delivery will resume
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (WEEK) — A Peoria pharmacist had his license placed on indefinite probation after he was found impaired on duty. Peter Shanine, 32, is
PEORIA, Ill. (WEEK) — If you were hoping to hitch a plane ride to Chicago from Peoria or Bloomington, you’re out of luck for today.
WASHINGTON (WEEK) — The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee is gunning for Rep. Rodney Davis’ central Illinois House seat. Davis, a Republican from Taylorville, was included