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News Headlines – October 22, 2018

Winter 2018 Forecaster: Warmer, Drier For Illinois Illinois, just like the rest of the Midwest, could see less snow this winter. NOAA is out with…

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Area High School Football Playoffs – First Round

Princeton (6-3) at Elmwood-Brimfield (6-3) - Saturday at 3 pm on WZOE with Norm Vandermoon & Curtis Odell) Hall (6-3) at Chicago Clark (6-3) -…

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Week 9 – Area High School Football

FRIDAY Princeton 33 - St. Bede 6 (Tigers head to the playoffs at 6-3) Bureau Valley 14 - Morrison 7 (Storm finish season at 3-6) Hall 45 -…

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News Headlines – October 19, 2018

The Latest (Undated) -- Here's the latest news: Illinois gamblers will have to wait for sport gambling in the state. Illinois' latest jobs…

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News Headlines – October 18, 2018

The Latest (Undated) -- Here's the latest news: Almost a dozen campaign workers for J.B. Pritzker are suing over racial harassment. Illinois is…

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Inappropriate relationship investigated between PHS employee and student

The Princeton Police Department is investigating an alleged "inappropriate relationship" between a Princeton High School employee and a student. PHS…

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News Headlines – October 17, 2018

Rauner, Pritzker Release Hefty Tax Returns Voters know that both of the men who are running for Illinois governor are rich. Now we know how rich.…

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Former Peru Physician Sentenced To Prison In Sex For Drugs Case

A former Peru physician is going to prison for running a sex for drugs operation. Constantino Perales was sentenced yesterday to 12 years in federal…

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News Headlines – October 16, 2018

Illinois Lawmakers Eye Sports Betting Illinois lawmakers are setting the table to legalize sports gambling. A joint statehouse committee will meet…

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News Headlines – October 15, 2018

The Latest (Undated) -- Here's the latest news: Governor Bruce Rauner says Illinois' Medicaid expansion is still costing the state billions of…

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