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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 snapshot is flat. Investigators in southern Illinois say they're 95 percent sure on the identity of a dead body found back in August, but they're not sure what killed the man. >>Sports Betting Not Likely In Illinois Till 2019 (Springfield, IL) -- Gamblers in Illinois are likely going to have to wait till next year for legal sports betting.…

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Week 9 – High School Football 10-19-2018

FRIDAY St. Bede at Princeton (WZOE - Norm Vandermoon & Curtis Odell) Morrison at Bureau Valley (Z98 - Tim Catton & Dave Shepard) Sherrard at Hall LaSalle-Peru at Morris Ottawa at Yorkville Monmouth-Roseville at Kewanee Mendota at Oregon Forreston at Amboy Rockridge at Orion Geneseo at DeKalb Sterling at Sycamore Dixon at Byron River Valley at…

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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 among the states battling a salmonella outbreak. It will cost you more to buy a beer to take home in Peoria, as city leaders there look to balance their budget. >>Ten Pritzker Campaign Workers Sue Over Racial Discrimination (Chicago, IL) -- Ten workers on Democrat J.B. Pritzker's campaign for governor are suing, after they said the…

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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 Superintendent Kirk Haring says the employee is no longer working at the school. No arrests have been made, no names have been released, and anyone with information on the allegations should contact the Princeton Police…

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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. Governor Bruce Rauner and Democrat J.B. Pritzker yesterday released parts of their tax returns. Both men made over 50 million-dollars last year. Rauner reported 54 million-dollars worth of income to the IRS, while Pritzker reported 55 million.   Illinois Election Leaders Promise Safe Election This Year After the 2016 hack, Illinois'…

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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 prison for running the operation out of his now-closed clinic. Perales was arrested more than five years ago, in August of 2013, after two dozen police officers and federal agents raided his Peru clinic. The arrest capped a six month investigation into illicit drug deliveries. The judge rejected Perales’ request for leniency based on his…

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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 today in Springfield to look at everything from daily fantasy sports to betting kiosks in bars and restaurants. Supports say Illinois can use the millions-of dollars that legal gambling would generate to pay down old bills or build new roads. There is some talk at the statehouse of voting on a gambling plan as early as next month. Illinois AFM…

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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 dollars a year. Police in Champaign are looking for answers after a deadly weekend shooting. Illinois Lottery officials say the Mega Millions jackpot is now the second largest in lottery history. >>Governor Rauner: Medicaid Expansion Still Costing Illinois (Springfield, IL) -- Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner says Medicaid expansion is still…

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High School Football – Week 8

Princeton 21 - Monmouth-Roseville 0 Orion 57 - Bureau Valley 0 Hall 49 - Erie-Prophetstown 0 St. Bede 35 - Kewanee 0 Sterling 49 - LaSalle-Peru 12 Rochelle 42 - Ottawa 7 Marquette 31 - Rockford Christian 0 Amboy 35 - Galena 14 Rockridge 37 - Morrison 25 Newman 47 - Fulton 12 Riverdale 7 - Sherrard 6 Rock Falls 34 - Mendota 6 Sycamore 34 - Geneseo 6 Hiawatha 46 - River Valley…

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Princeton Hosts Annual Witches Night Out

Witches Night Out in downtown Princeton is tonight. The annual shopping event put on by the Princeton Area Chamber of Commerce and Main Street and a “gaggle” of businesses begins at 4 and runs until 8. The Main Street shopping event features special discounts, giveaways, spirits and surprises. Listen for special reports from Witches Night Out on…

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