Law and Justice Center National Experts Talk Fines And Fees Solutions, How Illinois' Law Matches Up By Mary Cullen • Oct 10, 2019 John Jay College of Criminal Justice Editor's note: This is the third in a three-part WGLT series this week about court fines and fees in Illinois. Read and listen to part one and part two. Stakeholders Say Illinois' Court Fines And Fees Law Misses The Mark By Mary Cullen • Oct 9, 2019 Ralph Weisheit / WGLT Editor's note: This is the second in a three-part WGLT series this week about court fines and fees in Illinois. Read and listen to part one. Understanding Illinois' New Court Fines And Fees Law By Mary Cullen • Oct 8, 2019 Staff / WGLT Editor's note: This is the first in a three-part WGLT series this week about court fines and fees in Illinois. Mental Health Triage Center To Open Soon By Charlie Schlenker • Mar 8, 2019 Charlie Schlenker / WGLT A mental health triage center is on pace to open this spring in the building housing the McLean County Health Department on West Front Street in downtown Bloomington. Two New Associate Judges Named In 11th Circuit By Charlie Schlenker • Nov 29, 2018 Staff / WGLT The Illinois Supreme Court has named two Bloomington attorneys to associate judge positions. Sheriff Asks U.S. Marshals For Security Review After Courthouse Stabbing By Eric Stock & Ryan Denham • Jul 19, 2018 Ryan Denham / WGLT McLean County Sheriff Jon Sandage said Thursday he’s asked the U.S. Marshals to review courthouse security after a defendant snuck a knife into the building and stabbed himself after being convicted of a sex crime.