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News Headlines – February 20, 2017

The Latest  (Undated)  --  Here's the latest news:  Illinois is going to be wet most of the week. The state isn't saying much more about the response to the latest Legionnaires outbreak. Peoria Police are still looking for an answer as to why a man drove a stolen SUV into Peoria's main airport terminal. One man is wounded and another is in jail after an officer-involved shooting in East St. Louis.  >>Plenty Of Rain In Illinois'…

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News Headlines – February 19, 2017

The Latest  (Undated)  --  Here's the latest news:  There are questions about the cost to replace the aging pipes at Illinois' veterans home in Quincy. Chicago will name its new training facility after the city police commander gunned down in the line of duty last week. Some U of I fans are trying to bring back Chief Illiniwek for the Illini's last home basketball game of the year. An Illinois-born sailor's body is coming home, 77 years after the attack at Pearl…

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IVCC Offers Scholarship In Memory Of Beloved PHS Teacher and Coach

A scholarship has been created with the Illinois Valley Community College Foundation to honor the memory of former Princeton High School teacher and coach Randy Swinford. Swinford died in October after battling cancer. He was 64. His widow, Lani, created the Randy Swinford Legacy Scholarship for students pursuing technical or digital technology careers with a $10,000 endowment. The $1,000 annual prize, to be awarded for the first time in September, will benefit students in technical areas…

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News Headlines – February 17, 2017

The Latest  (Undated)  --  Here's the latest news:  The last two suspects in a 2016 Rock Island County drug robbery-turned-murder may be ready to plead guilty. Pat Quinn is campaigning again, as a candidate for Illinois Attorney General. There's another case of Legionnaires disease at the veterans home in Quincy. The IRS says Caterpillar's past-due tax bill is now over two billion-dollars.  >>Plea Deal May Be Coming In 2016 Rock Island…

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News Headlines – February 16, 2017

The Latest  (Undated)  --  Here's the latest news:  Cook County prosecutors are pushing murder charges against the suspect in the killing of a Chicago police commander. Illinois is confirming another case of Legionnaires disease at a state facility. The leading Democrat in the race for Illinois governor says the current governor's latest budget 'fails.' The Illinois State Police are not saying how a central Illinois school bus, full of kids, ended up…

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News Headlines – February 15, 2017

>>Rauner Unveils Budget  (Chicago, IL) -- Governor Rauner is pushing for extensive changes in public pension systems and cuts to employee health care as the keys to his 38-billion-dollar balanced budget.  In his budget address, Rauner said making schools pay more of their teachers' pensions and cutting retiree health care will save the state about one-point-three-billion-dollars and pave the way for a tax cut.  He said the people of Illinois are taxed out and that a tax…

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News Headlines – February 14, 2017

>>Rauner To Deliver Budget Address Amid New Spending Pressures  (Springfield, IL)  --  Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner is going to need to find a bit more than a billion-and-a-half new dollars to make ends meet in his new budget.  The governor is set to deliver his budget address today at noon.  In addition to the lingering eight-and-a-half-billion-dollars in unpaid bills, the governor is going to have to find 350-million for new school funding, 500-million…

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News Headlines – February 13, 2017

The Latest  (Undated)  --  Here's the latest news:  Taxpayers are going to get a look at the governor's spending priorities this week. Illinois is in the middle of the pack in a new survey of traffic safety laws. Congressman Rodney Davis says he's more concerned about paying for the military's readiness than a grand military parade in Washington D.C.  >>Illinois Governor To Deliver Budget Address This Week  (Springfield, IL)  -- …

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News Headlines – February 12, 2017

The Latest  (Undated)  --  Here's the latest news:  Lawyers for a former U of I student charged with killing a Chinese scholar are due in court Monday to set a new trial date.  A Rockford-area police officer is facing charges after investigators say he sexually assaulted a teenaged police volunteer. Tuition is going up at Southern Illinois University's main campus.  >>Accused U Of I Scholar Killer Due In Court Monday  (Urbana, IL) …

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News Headlines – February 10, 2017

The Latest  (Undated)  --  Here's the latest news:  An Illinois DCFS worker who was beaten into a coma has died. Some voters in Illinois can vote early. A new poll says Dan Biss and J.B. Pritzker are almost tied in the Democratic race for Illinoisgovernor. Macon County's sheriff is promising to pay to upgrade his jail's healthcare shortfalls on his own.  >>DCFS Case Worker Beaten In Sterling Visit Dies  (Springfield, IL)  -- …

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