Sound Ideas Mayors Seek Local Control Over 5G Wireless Rollout By Charlie Schlenker & Katie Seelinger • Jul 18, 2019 U.S. Conference of Mayors / Flickr U.S. mayors want to make sure the rollout of faster 5G wireless service doesn't clutter up their communities. French Student Visits Bloomington-Normal By Charlie Schlenker & Katie Seelinger • Jun 27, 2019 Staff / WGLT Cultures are colliding this summer in Bloomington-Normal. State EPA Shows Signs Of Resuming Hazardous Waste Mandate By Katie Seelinger & Charlie Schlenker • Jun 18, 2019 Michael Brown / Ecology Action Center The executive director of the Ecology Action Center in Normal said there are signs the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) is emerging from years of financial constraints and government deadlock. State Stability Helps Unit 5, But Structural Deficit Looms Large By Katie Seelinger & Charlie Schlenker • Jun 17, 2019 Staff / WGLT Unit 5 schools are still in a deep financial hole, even with some increased state budget stability. ISU Professor's New Book Reveals Jim Crow's Legacy Alive In Today's Justice System By Charlie Schlenker & Katie Seelinger • Jun 17, 2019 Charlie Schlenker / WGLT Jim Crow at first glance seems like the past, but Illinois State University history professor Amy Louise Wood's new book reminds us how it lives on today in our legal system. ISU Author's Book Explores Cautionary Tale of Nazi Figurehead Walter Schellenberg By Katie Seelinger & Charlie Schlenker • Jun 13, 2019 Illinois State University Nazi Germany was a complicated militaristic machine with many gears.