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The town of Normal was first called North Bloomington, but was renamed in 1865 after the Illinois State Normal University that was located there. The Illinois State Normal University, an institution that trains teachers, later became a four-year university and has since been renamed Illinois State University. Normal is home to the original Steak and Shake restaurant, which was opened in 1934. Also, Normal is the only place in the United States that Mitsubishi has a car manufacturing facility.

Population: 52004
Local Newspapers: Normalite Pantagraph
Local Sports Teams: Illinois State Redbirds
Local Colleges: Illinois State University

Zip Codes associated with normal, illinois: 61761
Towns/Cities near normal, illinois : Bloomington Farmers City Towanda Lexington Lincoln Le Roy

Normal News
Business education major session to be held

An information session on the business education major will be held at 6:30 p.m. Jan. 30 in the State Farm Hall of Business. An information session on the business education major will be held at 6:30 p.m. Jan. 30 in the State Farm Hall of Business.

Fur-ever love: Farmer-Dougan helps students understand their canine friends

Not many professors can say their teaching specialty is dog- as much as they would like to - but Valeri Farmer -Dougan can. The Illinois State University psychology professor's specialty is animal behavior, with an emphasis on canine behavior.

State health officials link Jimmy John's alfalfa sprouts to salmonella cases in northern Illinois

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced Friday it is investigating at least two cases of salmonella infections in northern Illinois that may be tied to alfalfa sprouts served at Jimmy John's restaurants. Two people reported becoming ill on Dec. 20 and 26. There have been no cases reported in McLean County.

Lawyers support man's lawsuit in wrongful murder conviction

A dozen former prosecutors have filed a brief with the Illinois Supreme Court supporting a man's efforts to sue three police officers and a town over his wrongful conviction for murder. The Pantagraph reports that the brief asks the court to grant Alan Beaman's request for a trial.

Lawyers support man's lawsuit in wrongful murder conviction

A dozen former prosecutors have filed a brief with the Illinois Supreme Court supporting a man's efforts to sue three police officers and a town over his wrongful conviction for murder. The Pantagraph reports that the brief asks the court to grant Alan Beaman's request for a trial.

Electric car startup backed by ex-McLaren execs plans pickup and SUV

It seems like an electric car startup surfaces every other day, but there's reason to take Rivian a bit more seriously than most. Instead of making bold promises that end up being pushed back or completely fail, Rivian has been working diligently in the background on its electric car plans, which call for the introduction of a pickup and SUV around 2020.

Solidarity with Puerto Rico: Benefit concert, teach-in to benefit island

Local high school students have organized two events aimed at raising awareness about the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico that will take place in Normal. The benefit concert to raise funds for hurricane relief will be held at 7 p.m. on Monday in the Normal Theater.

Seniors learn to make most of their last semester

One can go outside and be one with nature and use nature as a stress reliever, but do you know what is even better? Dogs. Milner library hosts Pawsitively a couple times throughout a semester where students spend an evening petting dogs.

Kongskilde Relocates to Facility in Normal, Ill.

NORMAL, Ill. Kongskilde Industries , which recently operated out of a plant in nearby Hudson, has relocated to a new location at 1802 Industrial Park Drive, Unit A, in Normal.

Former foe honors Elfstrom, Batavia shares police and Thomle updates

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B.C.C. doubles up St. Teresa, MacArthur downs Uni High

High school fans were treated to a pair of games in the Soy City Saturday night with St. Teresa hosting Bloomington Central Catholic and MacArthur hosting Normal University. The Saints ran away from St. Teresa in the 2nd half for a 66-33 win.

Speakers at Lincoln College Career Center launch inspire students and supply tools

As the Lincoln campus of Lincoln College moves further into offering four-year degrees, the needs of its students are changing.

Elmhurst pantry leader to be honored by chamber

Nancy Peterson of Elmhurst will be honored as 2017 Ambassador of the Year at the Elmhurst Chamber of Commerce and Industry's 99th annual Awards Gala and 100th Birthday Bash from 5 to 9 p.m. Friday, Jan. 26, at The Drake Oak Brook Hotel. Peterson has served as a chamber ambassador for the past three years, while representing the Elmhurst-Yorkfield Food Pantry, a chamber member since 2013.

Ill. foundation to help with more AEDs in schools

Operation Revive aims to add or replace AEDs in schools, and will start with rural schools farthest away from first responders NORMAL, Ill. - A local foundation wants to add or replace lifesaving automated external defibrillators at all McLean County schools and will begin this long-term effort this winter at rural schools farthest from first responders.

Lake Park to perform at theater festival

In their production of "Close Ties," Lake Park students explore the theme of family connections as members cope with signs of the matriarch's senility. They'll share the story at the Illinois High School Theatre Festival.

Jim Dey: Rethink pays off in wrongful-conviction case

Alan Beaman hugs his mother, Carol, outside the Champaign County Courthouse in Urbana after formally being declared innocent on April 25, 2013, in the 1993 slaying of his former girlfriend, Illinois State University student Jennifer Lockmiller. A month ago, it looked like his long legal battle over the civil lawsuit he filed for his wrongful murder conviction was finished, and that he had lost.

250,000 circus items donated to Illinois State University

Illinois State University's famed Circus Collection just got a lot bigger thanks to a Florida man who has been collecting circus memorabilia for decades. The school says in a news release that Herbert Ueckert of Sarasota has donated more than 250,000 items to the collection housed at Milner Library on the campus in Normal.

the Blues Ain't a Color Comes to Dr. King at Chicago's Elastic Arts, 1/14

Denise La Grassa will present her 75-minute original jazz-theater performance The Blues Ain't A Color to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Day, followed by a brief community discussion about Dr. King's legacy. La Grassa and co-composer/co-performer John Kregor's music mixes with historical photos, current video images, and paintings by the late Swiss artist Maria Kern to highlight issues of race and diversity in America today.

Thieves steal 'Suessical' props made for high school band

A southern Illinois theater is offering to loan props to a high school band to replace handmade scenery stolen from the band's trailer. Harrisburg High School's band trailer was recently stolen.

Thieves steal 'Suessical' props made for high school band

A southern Illinois theater is offering to loan props to a high school band to replace handmade scenery stolen from the band's trailer. Harrisburg High School's band trailer was recently stolen.

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