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From controlling critters to whacking weeds to finding just the right plant for your plot, WGLT's Grow is your source for sage gardening advice and down-to-earth tips. Host Patrick Murphy is ready to take on all your gardening questions, so submit yours today . Let WGLT help your garden Grow! Support for WGLT’s Grow comes from FS Custom Turf by Evergreen FS. FS Custom Turf offers complete lawn and tree care services to preserve the health of yards, trees and shrubs. Products and services det ...
 
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It's what you need to know to start your day for Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2020. Our Leadoff story is about how the state's unemployment system continues to be dogged by issues, as jobless claims are increasing yet again. Plus, a conversation with Illinois State University President Larry Dietz about the financial impact of COVID-19 and how students can re…
 
Unit 5 schools have resumed part-time classroom instruction at a time in the pandemic that is not really a low-risk period. Cold and flu season is coming. Neighboring states are contributing to a rise in coronavirus infections in Illinois and recent record high daily numbers of new positive tests. Some say the surge might even be worse than the pea…
 
13th district Congressional candidates are spending hundreds of thousands of dollars this year on Facebook. Learn more about social media political campaign strategy this election. Plus, 'a horse, a horse, my kingdom for a virtual horse!' There's a new production of Richard III coming to a screen near you. The federal government will spend more mon…
 
Rhetoric from the Republican Candidate for the U.S. Senate in Illinois raises the prospect of a new civil war. Hear why even races that used to require mainstream approaches to be successful aren't attracting mainstream candidates. Plus, our series on contact tracing continues. Outgoing Illinois State University Athletics Director Larry Lyons share…
 
It's what you need to know to start your day for Monday, Oct. 19, 2020. Our Leadoff story is about Unit 5 students' return to the classroom at a time when COVID-19 numbers in Illinois are looking bleak. Plus, Bloomington teacher Brandon Thornton, a finalist for the Illinois Teacher of the Year Award, explains his approach to the job.…
 
It's what you need to know to start your day for Friday, Oct. 16, 2020. Our Leadoff story is about the challenges Illinois State's men's basketball team faces in playing a season during a pandemic. Plus, Ameren Illinois looks to take a bigger role in the state's electric vehicle infrastructure.על ידי Dana Vollmer
 
It's what you need to know to start your day for Thursday, Oct. 15, 2020. Our Leadoff story is about District 87's plans to bring students back into the classroom. Plus, hear the challenges McLean County Health Department contact tracers face in building trust with the community.על ידי Dana Vollmer
 
It's what you need to know to start your day for Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2020. Our Leadoff story is about Illinois State University's new role in helping Chicago Public Schools develop homegrown teachers. Plus, a recap from last night's debate between incumbent Congressman Rodney Davis and Challenger Betsy Dirksen Londrigan.…
 
Democratic challenger Betsy Dirksen Londrigan tried repeatedly Tuesday to link Rep. Rodney Davis to President Donald Trump’s track record on the pandemic, tax reform, and incivility in politics during the second debate of their high-profile rematch.על ידי Ryan Denham
 
Democratic McLean County Board candidate Hannah Beer says Illinois State University student voices have often not been heard the way they should be. Hear coverage of election 2020 and the county board district that covers the ISU campus and uptown. Plus, the Illinois School Nurses Association Nurse of the Year tells you how very different things wi…
 
It's what you need to know to start your day for Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2020. Our Leadoff story brings an Illinois senator's vantage point on Day 1 of confirmation hearings for U.S. Supreme Court Nominee Amy Coney Barrett. Plus, a down-ballot question voters will weigh in on: whether to retain Illinois Supreme Court Justice Thomas Kilbride.…
 
It's what you need to know to start your day for Monday, Oct. 12, 2020. Our Leadoff story is about recent COVID-19 outbreaks in Bloomington-Normal long-term care facilities. Plus, a conversation with Hannah Beer, the Democrat running to keep her seat on the McLean County Board in District 6.על ידי Dana Vollmer
 
Contract tracing has been around since at least the early 20th century and it remains one of health care's most critical infectious disease responses. Melissa Graven, McLean County Health Department's communicable disease supervisor, said tracing who infected people have been around is more critical during COVID-19 because hardly anyone is immune.…
 
Contract tracing has been around since at least the early 20th century and it remains one of health care's most critical infectious disease responses. Melissa Graven, McLean County Health Department's communicable disease supervisor, said tracing who infected people have been around is more critical during COVID-19 because hardly anyone is immune.…
 
Illinois State University Athletics Director Larry Lyons said he planned to tell university president Larry Dietz last spring that he planned to retire. Then the pandemic hit, so he decided to wait as the university and athletics waded through months of uncertainty and health concerns.על ידי Eric Stock
 
Stress is abundant during the COVID-19 pandemic. Job loss, health fears, time spent away from loved ones — it piles up. And that stress takes a toll on the body. For some, the effects are more visible. Some are even losing hair over it.על ידי dvollme@ilstu.edu (Dana Vollmer)
 
An Illinois State University student who is running for McLean County Board defends the county's handling of the pandemic, but she suggested more could have been done to prevent a large spike in coronavirus cases when college students returned to campus in August.על ידי Eric Stock
 
Bar and restaurant owners in McLean County have had to get creative to keep customers during the pandemic. But one key feature that's likely been the biggest boost, expanded outdoor dining , is fading fast as fall approaches, and they are now bracing for a long, cold winter with less room for customers.…
 
With District 87 planning a return to in-person learning for elementary students, some parents think keeping the remote learning option isn't enough. They say the hybrid format doesn't sufficiently reduce the risk of COVID-19 infection and stunts progress kids are finally starting to make with virtual learning.…
 
Defendants in more than 40 summer looting cases in Bloomington and Normal will not be allowed to present fully negotiated pleas to resolve their cases, a judge said Thursday, in a decision that leaves all sentencing options from probation to prison on the table.על ידי Edith Brady-Lunny
 
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