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Investigation Continues Into Princeton McDonald’s Robbery

The investigation continues into a robbery at Princeton McDonald’s. It reportedly took place around 8 Wednesday night. A white male in his 20’s demanded cash from an employee working the register. The man is described as thin, with dark, shaggy hair and sideburns. The man left the building with an unknown amount of cash and fled in an older greenish silver sedan north on Route 26. If you have any information on the robbery, Princeton Police want you to call them at 815-872-2351 or…

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News Headlines – September 22, 2017

The Latest (Undated) -- Here's the latest news: If you buy your health insurance through Illinois' Obamacare exchange, chances are you're going to pay more. Investigators in Bloomington say a father, not a fire, killed his kids. Police in Rock Island want to add over 150 police cameras across the city. The Missouri Valley women's basketball tournament is sticking with the Quad Cities for a little while longer. Illinois Obamacare Rates Look To Jump, Again (Chicago, IL) -- If you buy…

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News Headlines – September 21, 2017

The Latest (Undated) -- Here's the latest news: Illinois is confirming its first human West Nile death of 2017. The sheriff in Rockford says he has no other choice but to lay off the entire courthouse security staff. Police say a Bloomington house fire that killed three people is suspicious. A fallen Navy SEAL's dog tags are back home in Chillicothe. Kankakee County Man Illinois' First 2017 Human West Nile Death (Springfield, IL) -- Illinois health officials say a Kankakee County man…

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News Headlines – September 20, 2017

The Latest (Undated) -- Here's the latest news: Illinois is sending a delegation to Seattle to try and get a jump on an Amazon sales pitch. Police in Dixon say a five-year-old is dead after a murder-suicide. The FBI won't be taking over the case of a Chicago teen who died in a hotel freezer. Veterans in central Illinois say fallen Navy SEAL Ryan Owens' dog tags are missing from his memorial. Illinois Delegation heads To Seattle For Amazon Pitch (Chicago, IL) -- Illinois' pitch to land…

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News Headlines – September 19, 2017

The Latest (Undated) -- Here's the latest news: Governor Bruce Rauner says there are big things on the horizon for Illinois' relationship with China. Illinois lawmakers will have to decide if they want to override the governor on a plan that could add more stress to Illinois' already shaky police and fire pensions. One of the Quad Cities' former congressmen is making a pick in the Democratic race for governor. Abraham Lincoln is coming back to Peoria, kinda. Governor Rauner Ends Asia Trip…

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News Headlines – September 18, 2017

The Latest (Undated) -- It looks like Chicago has passed a grisly milestone for murders this year. A gas tax increase may be coming in Illinois. Illinois Republicans say 2018 is their election to lose. Stark County workers are still asking for raises even as the county looks to be running out of money. Report: Chicago Saw 500th Murder On Sunday (Chicago, IL) -- Chicago is once again marking a grisly murder milestone. "The Chicago Tribune" yesterday reported that the city saw its 500th…

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News Headlines – September 15, 2017

The Latest (Undated) -- Here's the latest news: Governor Rauner is handling Illinois' sales pitch to Amazon himself. The Quad Cities is losing one of its tax breaks for businesses. Democrat Chris Kennedy is picking a Chicago activist as his running mate in the race for governor. Illinois is looking for a new poet laureate. Governor Rauner Talks To Amazon About New HQ (Chicago, IL) -- Governor Bruce Rauner is personally leading the sales pitch to bring Amazon's new headquarters to the…

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News Headlines – September 14, 2017

The Latest (Undated) -- Here's the latest news: Cook County's Toni Preckwinkle says she has work to do to save her soda tax. Illinois is seeing more and more gambling money from video gaming machines. Peoria is close to raising taxes to pay for a new hot dog restaurant. The central Illinois deputy charged with the attempted murder of his wife is not being paid while in jail. Cook County President Acknowledges Work To Save Soda Tax (Chicago, IL) -- Cook County's board president says she…

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News Headlines – September 13, 2017

The Latest (Undated) -- Here's the latest news: Hundreds of utility linemen from Illinois are among the thousands headed to Florida to turn the lights back on. Investigators are looking at social media videos for clues in the weekend freezer death of a Chicago teen. No one is sure when Bloomington's mayor will return. Winnebago County leaders are delaying a decision on a budget that may raise property taxes once again. Illinois Utility Crews Included In Irma Response Teams (Peoria, IL)…

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News Headlines – September 12, 2017

The Latest (Undated) -- Here's the latest news: A Macon County deputy is due in court in Taylorville today after a fight with his wife ended in a nine-hour standoff with police. The folks who live near Illinois' first approved fracking site say they're hoping to see the benefits of new energy investments. Investigators say a weekend fire in South Peoria looks like arson. The state of Illinois is getting ready for trout season. Locals Hoping For Benefits From Southern Illinois…

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