COVID-19 caseloads, hospitalizations, and deaths have steadily dropped recently in the United States. As Illinois moves into a full economic reopening, it's easy for some to act like the pandemic is over. But in India, a major crisis rages on. Bloomington-Normal's Indian community wants others to pay attention.
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Afni said Friday it is investigating the origin of “suspicious activities” on its computer network this week, leading to a voluntarily shutdown for several days.
It took McLean County six months to get to 40% of the population fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Health officials say they're optimistic the rate will climb through the summer and fall, even as the number of residents getting doses dwindles.
Bloomington-Normal NAACP leaders say a conservative campaign of pushback against the way Black history is taught in schools shows a need for more honest conversations about what divides the community.
One of the oldest zoos in the country will commemorate its decades-long effort to saving animals on Saturday. The Miller Park Zoo has continued to operate through two pandemics, multiple wars, a depression, and many recessions.
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