A group that represents State Farm and other insurance companies is warning of a “retirement cliff” over the next 15 years that will leave over 400,000 open positions unfilled industrywide.
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The interim director of Bloomington-Normal's bus system said Monday the timeline on a new $18-20 million downtown transfer center is unclear, though it remains roughly two years.
State Rep. Dan Brady, R-Bloomington, said he's still doing his "homework" on a possible run for Illinois Secretary of State.
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.
Most states don't allow transgender people to correct their names on marriage certificates, even after going through a legal name change. Legislators and advocates hope to make Illinois the second state to permit marriage certificate name changes.
The Bloomington-Normal community marked the fifth anniversary of the Pulse nightclub shooting Saturday with a memorial service in downtown Bloomington.
Sound Health is a recurring series that airs twice each month on WGLT's Sound Ideas. You'll hear from Bloomington-Normal experts about health topics impacting you and your family.
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