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WCBU 89.9, Peoria Public Radio, Public Media from Bradley University, NPR for central Illinois
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  • Peoria Mayoral Discovery Recount Delayed Until May 10

    peoriapublicradio.org Tuesday, 4 May 2021 22:15:18

    The Peoria mayoral election discovery recount is postponed until May 10.

  • Reinstate Trump? Facebook Oversight Board Set To Rule On Indefinite Ban

    peoriapublicradio.org Tuesday, 4 May 2021 21:54:00

    Updated May 4, 2021 at 1:11 PM ET Facebook's independent Oversight Board on Wednesday is expected to announce its biggest decision yet: whether to uphold or reverse Facebook's indefinite ban on former President Donald Trump. The decision to ban Trump from both Facebook and Instagram, which the company owns, came after the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. But it was precipitated by the months that Trump spent on social media both amplifying disinformation and casting doubt on his loss in the presidential election in violation of Facebook's rules. "We believe the risks of allowing the President to continue to use our service during this period are simply too great," Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote at the time. "We believe we took the right decision. We think it was entirely justified by the unprecedented circumstances on that day," the company's vice president for global affairs and communications, Nick Clegg, later told NPR . And yet both Zuckerberg and Clegg have expressed

  • India Crosses 20 Million COVID-19 Cases As Critical Shortages Worsen

    peoriapublicradio.org Tuesday, 4 May 2021 21:46:00

    India has now reported more than 20 million coronavirus infections, including nearly 3.5 million people who are actively being treated for COVID-19. The country's health system is in a state of collapse as hospitals and clinics face dire shortages of beds and lifesaving supplies. In just the past week, India has seen its COVID-19 cases jump by 2,646,526 — a figure that, if it stood alone, would currently make India the 14th worst-hit nation in the world, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University. On April 27, the government reported 17,636,307 total cases ; by Tuesday, the number had risen to 20,282,833 . As alarming as the recent figures are, experts say they are almost certainly an undercount — possibly by a whole lot. "At this pace of infection, India is probably only detecting 3 or 4% of its cases," says Chris Murray, director of the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington. "So we're talking about every day, maybe 5 million

  • Illinois Economy Shrinks 4% in 2020 Despite 4th Quarter Growth

    peoriapublicradio.org Tuesday, 4 May 2021 19:47:44

    The Illinois economy shrank by 4 percent in 2020 as the COVID-19 pandemic wreaked havoc on many of its sectors, although there were signs of a recovery taking place late in the year.

  • FLASHBACKS/FULL DISCLOSURE: Mortal Kombat

    peoriapublicradio.org Tuesday, 4 May 2021 18:49:00

  • FLASHBACKS/FULL DISCLOSURE: Mortal Kombat

    peoriapublicradio.org Tuesday, 4 May 2021 18:49:00

  • One Of The World's Poorest Countries Has One Of The World's Lowest COVID Death Rates

    peoriapublicradio.org Tuesday, 4 May 2021 18:25:00

    Haiti has one of the lowest death rates from COVID-19 in the world. As of the end of April, only 254 deaths were attributed to COVID-19 in Haiti over the course of the entire pandemic. The Caribbean nation, which often struggles with infectious diseases, has a COVID-19 death rate of just 22 per million. In the U.S. the COVID-19 death rate is 1,800 per million, and in parts of Europe. the fatality rate is approaching 3,000 deaths per million. Haiti's success is not due to some innovative intervention against the virus. Most people have given up wearing masks in public. Buses and markets are crowded. And Haiti hasn't yet administered a single COVID-19 vaccine. Dr. Jean "Bill" Pape says a combination of factors have kept the death rate so low. Pape played a role similar to Dr. Anthony Fauci's in the U.S. The 74-year-old Haitian doctor served as the co-chair of a national commission in Haiti to deal with COVID-19, leading the country's effort to deal with the crisis. But the commission was

  • Normal Council Approves Key Elements of Rivian Expansion

    peoriapublicradio.org Tuesday, 4 May 2021 18:15:00

    Just a month shy of sending its first mass-produced electric trucks off the production line, Rivian’s Twin City footprint is growing: On Monday, the Normal Town Council gave the manufacturing facility’s expansion an overwhelming thumbs up. At its virtual meeting, the council approved several Rivian-related items, each on a 6-0 vote. Mayor Chris Koos was absent. Topping the approval list was Normal annexing into town limits 380 acres of unincorporated McLean County property recently purchased by Rivian. The council then voted to rezone 320 acres of that land, which surrounds 419 N. Rivian Motorway, for manufacturing. The council also gave preliminary approval to upgrades planned for the company’s main Normal site at 100 N. Rivian Motorway. Several council members took time Monday night to praise Rivian’s success, and the associated benefits to the town. “There is no question Rivian is a game-changer, not only for our community, but really for our region,” said council member Scott

  • State's Attorney: 20-District County Board Plan 'Unconstitutional'

    peoriapublicradio.org Tuesday, 4 May 2021 18:11:00

    McLean County would have to get voter approval to expand to 20 County Board districts this year, effectively killing a plan several Democrats and allies pushed during the county's redistricting hearings. After more than 40 people addressed the County Board Executive Committee during three public hearings over the last two weeks, McLean County Assistant State's Attorney Christopher Spanos clarified the County Board could not change to a one-board-member-per-district plan on its own. “Make no mistake, a 20-member single-member district plan passed by the McLean County Board would be unconstitutional,” Spanos told the committee. Supporters of the 20-district format argue it would better represent minority populations than the County Board does currently. Democratic County Board member Elizabeth Johnston first proposed the 20-district plan. She said she wants a County Board map that fosters diversity and more direct representation. “We are looking at multi-member districts and given that,

  • Vaccine Hesitancy Slows Pace For The Goal Of Herd Immunity

    peoriapublicradio.org Tuesday, 4 May 2021 17:30:00

    Copyright 2021 NPR. To see more, visit https://www.npr.org.

  • 5th Graders Are Obsessed With Jeff Goldblum After Seeing 'Jurassic Park'

    peoriapublicradio.org Tuesday, 4 May 2021 16:25:00

    Copyright 2021 NPR. To see more, visit https://www.npr.org.

  • Baby Boy In Hawaii Hospital's NICU After Being Born On A Plane

    peoriapublicradio.org Tuesday, 4 May 2021 16:25:00

    Copyright 2021 NPR. To see more, visit https://www.npr.org.

  • In The CIA's 1st Plot Against The Castros, Fidel Wasn't The Target

    peoriapublicradio.org Tuesday, 4 May 2021 16:09:00

    Exploding cigars. Poisoned pens. Booby-trapped seashells. These were just a few of the outlandish CIA plots to kill former Cuban leader Fidel Castro, who died of natural causes in 2016 at age 90. Yet new details have emerged of the first such plan, which was actually directed against Castro's brother Raúl Castro, in July 1960, just a year and a half after the Castros had come to power in a revolution. The key figure was a pilot for the national airline, Cubana: José Raúl Martínez . Martínez was secretly working for the CIA — and his airline chose him to pilot a chartered flight to pick up Raúl Castro, who was on a visit to Prague, the capital of the communist nation of Czechoslovakia at the time. Martínez immediately shared this information with the CIA's man in Havana, American William Murray, who relayed this to CIA headquarters outside Washington. According to CIA documents , the "possible removal" of the top three leaders in Cuba — Fidel Castro, Raúl Castro and Che Guevara — was

  • COMIC: Teaching Kids To Make Art Out Of What You Have In The Pandemic

    peoriapublicradio.org Tuesday, 4 May 2021 16:00:00

    It's been a year since teachers were handed an unprecedented request: educate students in entirely new ways, amid the backdrop of a global pandemic. In this comic series, we'll illustrate one teacher's story each week from now until the end of the school year. Episode 7 Olivia Martinez, a first-grade teacher at the Charles White Visual Arts LACMA Magnet School in Los Angeles, reflects on making the most of what you have. Copyright 2021 NPR. To see more, visit Jenny Ziomek for NPR

  • The Epic Games Vs. Apple Trial Has Begun. Here's What You Need To Know

    peoriapublicradio.org Tuesday, 4 May 2021 15:29:00

    Epic Games, the maker of the hit video game Fortnite, brought Apple to federal court Monday for the start of what is expected to be a weeks-long blockbuster trial centered on Apple's iron grip of a major slice of the mobile economy. The lawsuit that prompted the trial is about one app developer, Epic, a $29 billion company based in Cary, N.C., but the outcome could have far-reaching consequences for companies in Silicon Valley and the future of how money moves on smartphones and other devices. If Epic wins, Apple, a $2 trillion company, could be forced to reshape the policies of its highly lucrative app store, which has been the target of growing pressure from Washington and the European Union. The court battle represents the most high-profile antitrust trial in the technology world in decades and also marks the most threatening legal case against Apple in years. What exactly is the case about? Epic accuses Apple of running its App Store as an illegal monopoly because it only allows in

  • NYC Mayor De Blasio Orders Municipal Employees Back To The Office

    peoriapublicradio.org Tuesday, 4 May 2021 15:06:00

    Copyright 2021 WNYC Radio. To see more, visit WNYC Radio .

  • High Demand For Songbirds Encourages Some To Attempt Smuggling

    peoriapublicradio.org Tuesday, 4 May 2021 15:06:00

    Copyright 2021 NPR. To see more, visit https://www.npr.org.

  • Rescuers Search For Survivors Of Mexico City Subway Collapse

    peoriapublicradio.org Tuesday, 4 May 2021 15:06:00

    Copyright 2021 NPR. To see more, visit https://www.npr.org.

  • Elizabeth Warren Stitches The Stories She Says 'Help Us Learn To Persist'

    peoriapublicradio.org Tuesday, 4 May 2021 15:06:00

    In her new book, Persist , Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren returns to the call for transformational change that was her rallying cry in the 2020 Democratic presidential primaries. It's a book, she tells NPR's Morning Edition , she has been unwittingly writing her whole life. "I've been writing it through every battle, through every fall, every stumble, everything I got wrong and had to come back and try to fix later on," she says. In the interview and in the book, she details some of those battles, including her experience with gender discrimination and sexual harassment. When a senior colleague at the University of Houston Law Center made sexual advances , Warren says she felt powerless and vulnerable. Ultimately, she very publicly described what had happened — at the colleague's funeral, where she spoke at his request. Warren says she realized then that she had moved through it and had regained her power over it and him. Persist , by Elizabeth Warren Metropolitan Books "I tell [the

  • For Kurdish Americans In Nashville, A Beloved Leader's Death Prompts Vaccine Push

    peoriapublicradio.org Tuesday, 4 May 2021 15:01:00

    On a sloppy spring day in mid-March, hundreds of Kurdish Americans gathered in a field outside Nashville, Tenn., under a sea of black umbrellas. Some of the men carried a stretcher to an open grave, where a yellow backhoe waited. In accordance with Muslim tradition, the body of Imad Doski — a prominent community leader — was buried within 24 hours of his death. He was another casualty of COVID-19. "It hit people. They saw it happen to one of them," says Faiza Rashid, a nurse practitioner at the Amed Family Clinic , the Kurdish-run medical practice in town. "It hit home." Doski's death six weeks ago became a wakeup call for many in Nashville's Kurdish community — the largest in the United States . The community has been growing and thriving since a wave of Kurdish refugees started arriving 30 years ago, fleeing Saddam Hussein and the Gulf War. Doski was part of that early wave of immigrants, and he helped start the Salahadeen Center , which serves as a mosque, religious school and

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