Normal Town Council Candidate Dave Shields says he's satisfied with current management and council representation, but wants to see Uptown development advance even more. Shields also tells GLT's Mary Cullen that the economic development organ BN advantage is not reaching its full potential as part of a series of interviews of council candidates. Plus, McLean County Board Chair John McIntyre says video psychiatric services might be the wave of the future. Eric Stock has the interview. The freeze thaw cycle is bad for roads, but maybe good for gardens...Mike McCurdy and Patrick Murphy Grow our knowledge on that. And as people prepare to fly home for the holidays. A former flight attendant recalls air travel the way it used to be, during a Next To Normal Story Slam.
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