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Breanna Grow

Correspondent

Breanna Grow is a correspondent for GLT. She joined the station in September 2018.

Grow previously worked at AdaptBN and The Pantagraph. She graduated from Illinois State University.

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Dan Brady and Ben Webb
Cindy Le / WGLT

Candidates for the 105th Illinois House District set public education funding as a top priority during a GLT debate Wednesday night at Illinois State's University Galleries.

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Bloomington has new permitting rules and fees in place for boat docks at Lake Bloomington following council approval Monday night.  

Kathy Michael and Nikita Richards
Jeff Smudde / WGLT

In the race for McLean County clerk, incumbent Republican Kathy Michael and her Democratic challenger Nikita Richards have often been at odds.

John Houseal speaks at podium
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After two years of review, Bloomington is ready to move forward with major updates to its zoning ordinance.

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Unit 5 will avoid a major deficit without cutting education expenses for the 2018-2019 school year.

Firefighters at a burning apartment
Charlie Schlenker / WGLT

Bloomington aldermen took formal steps Monday night to discourage chronic housing code violations with more fines and a new classification for repeat offenders.

Lynn Cannon speaks to aldermen
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The city-owned Grossinger Motors Arena will likely never turn a profit, according to arena manager VenuWorks.

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After hearing substitute teachers’ concerns, Unit 5 officials want them to join the conversation.

Tony speaks to the council
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The city of Bloomington will sell 3 acres of land at Sunnyside Park to the Boys and Girls Club for $1.

Sunnyside Park
Eric Stock / WGLT

Bloomington aldermen on Monday will consider an agreement to sell three acres to the local Boys and Girls Club for $1.

Town of Normal

After the Town of Normal passed spending cuts and new fees to close a $3 million budget gap this year, it looks like next year’s budget will be deficit-free.