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Camberyn Kelley


Camberyn Kelley is a WGLT intern focused on reporting and online writing. She is also a student in Illinois State University's School of Communication.

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Dietz shakes a hand
Illinois State University

Illinois State University is bringing back a few parts of the traditional commencement experience this spring, even if looks and feels a little different for students.

Jule youths pose together

A former Bloomington Housing Authority resident has created a space to encourage students in the community to achieve goals they might not have been confronted with.

Donovan Muldrow prepares meals
Emily Bollinger / WGLT

A startup meal prep service and delivery company is creating new partnerships with food producers and now a major grocery chain in Bloomington-Normal.

Fire at debris site
Darnysha Mitchell / WGLT

Crews braved zero-degree weather on Sunday to extinguish a fire that broke out in the debris of a major freight train derailment near Uptown Normal.

O'Neil Pool site vacated
Emily Bollinger/WGLT

More public voices are needed to help decide the future of O’Neil Park in west Bloomington.

Cai and Christopher
Family Photo

Although this year is like no other, there is still time to bring holiday cheer to the community.

Shelby at work

Discover magazine and National Geographic laying on the coffee table captured the mind of Dr. Shelby Putt at a young age.

IWU campus building

The Small Business Development Center at Illinois Wesleyan University has seen improvement in the last three months after a big drop in activity during the early part of the pandemic.

California state trooper
Don Thompson / AP

New research funded by State Farm shows there are still misconceptions about cannabis and driving safety -- and that 1 in 8 adults admits to having driven under the influence of marijuana.

Erin Ripley-Gataric with kids
Emily Bollinger / WGLT

Passers-by are getting quite a view outside a home on Vernon Avenue in Normal: Instead of flower beds chilling in the front yard, there are 15-foot stalks of corn.

Alan Mather

Illinois is still facing another crisis alongside COVID-19—a shortage of teachers. And one impacts the other.