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Woman wounded by gunfire on Bloomington’s east side

BLOOMINGTON (Heart of Illinois ABC) – Bloomington Police say a woman was wounded in a shooting Monday evening on the city’s east side. Police said they were called about 7:30 p.m. to a report of several shots fired in the 1300 block of North Hershey Road, near Clearwater Avenue. The...
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Second teen facing expulsion withdraws from Bloomington High School

BLOOMINGTON (Heart of Illinois ABC) - A second teenager has withdrawn from school instead of facing possible expulsion for his role in fights that happened earlier this month at Bloomington High School. Three brawls happened at BHS September 13 sending the school's resource officer to the hospital. Monday, a parent...
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Battery charges filed against Normal man

BLOOMINGTON — A Normal man has been charged with domestic battery offenses. Joshua K. Wilson, 38, is charged with one count each of aggravated domestic battery-strangulation and domestic battery. Prosecutors said he got in an argument Saturday with someone, then strangled her and also struck her in the head and...
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Bloomington man facing charges of residential burglary, more

BLOOMINGTON (Heart of Illinois ABC) -- A Bloomington man was arrested and is facing charges including burglary and resisting a peace officer after officers located a stolen vehicle in the back of the man's home. Ryan M. Mooney, 29 was arrested and charged with residential burglary, burglary without causing damage,...
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Bloomington man pleads guilty to Bissell Street arson

BLOOMINGTON — A Bloomington man pleaded guilty Monday to one count of arson in connection to an April 2020 house fire. Andrew L. Stanley, 39, pleaded guilty to one count of arson (class 2 felony), while one charge of aggravated arson (class X felony) was dismissed in a plea agreement.
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20-year-old Peoria man dies of multiple gunshot wounds in Normal

20-year-old Peoria man dies of multiple gunshot wounds in Normal. 20-year-old Peoria man dies of multiple gunshot wounds in Normal. Community members rally outside of Peoria County Courthouse, opposing proposed budget cuts to auditor's office. Peoria Public School Board approves alternative program for K-4th students. Peoria PlayHouse Museum's Be Anything!...
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Council rejects immediate direct aid to Bloomington flood victims, asks residents to seek state, federal help first

BLOOMINGTON – The Bloomington City Council is holding off on making direct financial payments to residents whose property was devastated by historic flooding in late June. Instead, the council encouraged property owners to apply for state and federal assistance programs, and when that money is exhausted, the council will again consider a local funding program.
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ISU police issue campus crime advisory for shots fired incident

NORMAL – Normal Police are probing a shots fired incident that happened Monday night about three miles from the Illinois State University campus. ISU police issued a campus crime advisory after police were called around 5 p.m. to an apartment complex located at 710 W. Orlando Ave. The shots were also reported to be heard in the area of 700 N. Adelaide St. where three juveniles were last seen running away in a northwest direction.
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Morton School District reports its lowest COVID-19 case count so far

MORTON, Ill. (WMBD) — One central Illinois school district is reporting its lowest covid-19 case count so far this school year. Morton District 709 leaders are reporting two students out of more than 3,000 are currently out. Two staff members are also at home due to COVID-19 cases. Superintendent Jeff...
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Dozens of goats get loose in Atlanta

Dozens of goats were found roaming free Monday in an upscale business section of Atlanta's Buckhead neighborhood. (Sept. 27) Subscribe for more Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/AssociatedPress. Website: https://apnews.com. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/APNews/. ​. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/c15f3fd804b94496883929169d0c983a.
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Citing labor shortage, Schnucks to close an hour earlier

ST. LOUIS — Most Schnucks stores, including those in Bloomington and Normal, will be closing an hour earlier starting next Monday. The company cited an ongoing labor shortage and changing shopping patterns. Except for some stores in the St. Louis area, stores will be open 6 a.m. to 9 p.m....
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Shooting victim succumbed to injuries last week, Normal police say

NORMAL — A 20-year-old Peoria man has died from gunshot wounds in a Sept. 19 shooting in Normal, police said Monday. Roy Ward Jr. was pronounced dead at a hospital in Normal on Sept. 22. Police said an early autopsy opinion indicates Ward died of multiple gunshot wounds. Toxicology testing...
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Mackey Continues NCHS Legacy Of Successful Quarterbacks

NORMAL, Ill. (WMBD/WYZZ) — After missing most of the spring football season due to an injury, Normal Community quarterback Chase Mackey is making up for lost time. The senior signal caller leads an Iron offense that’s averaging 45 points per game and is out to a perfect 5-0 record. “Our...
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6 drug charges brought after Bloomington traffic stop, prosecutors say

BLOOMINGTON — Six drug charges have been filed against a Rutland woman in McLean County. Prosecutors said Bloomington police pulled over Madison A. Knight, 20, early Saturday morning for a traffic offense, and a K-9 indicated the vehicle was positive for the presence of drugs. Police seized 65 ecstasy pills...
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