An update on efforts to bring a new grocery store to West Bloomington. A Downtown Bloomington business owner recaps his closed-door meeting with Bloomington City Council member Jenn Carrillo. And another installment of the Next to Normal Story Slam.
Bloomington Mayor Tari Renner talks about a budget maneuver that he says could put Connect Transit at risk. GLT's Charlie Schlenker asks U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis if it's time for impeachment. Mary Cullen reports on the impact of marijuana legalization on police dogs. And Laura Kennedy previews a new production of "Gypsy."
What do the new state budget and capital bill mean for Central Illinois? GLT checks in with state Reps. Keith Sommer and Dan Brady, plus Illinois State University President Larry Dietz. And another installment of "What's On Your Turntable?" Jon Norton talks to an Illinois Wesleyan University grad about his research into Frank Zappa in the 1960s.
Karen Irvin of Mom's Demand Action For Gun Sense in Bloomington Normal says the spring session of the General Assembly was a partial success for their group. But, Mom's Demand Action is still working toward a Fix the FOID bill. Plus, arts correspondent Laura Kennedy visits with Bruce Boeck about the Ten Minute Play festival. Boeck has the happiest laugh you will ever hear. Hear from a Tony Nominated producer of the Prom ahead of the Tony's this weekend. And Jon Norton has the music of Summer Concert Headliner Adia Victoria, right before tomorrow's concert in Bloomington.