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News Headlines – August 21, 2018

The Latest (Undated) -- Here's the latest news: The state of Illinois says its balanced budget isn't balanced after all. Former Congressman Aaron Schock wants his corruption trial moved to Peoria. The latest violent weekend in Chicago left six dead and 52 people shot. >>State Admits To Billion-Dollar Budget Hole (Springfield, IL) -- The state of Illinois is quietly admitting that its balanced budget isn't balanced after all. The Rauner Administration this month acknowledged a…

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HBO Filming In LaSalle County

HBO is in our area this week, getting shots for a new show. The channel is filming in LaSalle County for a show called Lovecraft Country. LaSalle County's emergency service agency says parts of LaSalle County Highway 5 will be closed today and tomorrow. Drivers will be detoured around the…

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News Headlines – August 20, 2018

The Latest (Undated) -- Here's the latest news: The Democrat running for Illinois governor is kicking-in another 20 million-dollars to his campaign. The judge in Aaron Schock's corruption trial is being banned from government-related cases. The Illinois State Police are reminding drivers about back to school. >>J.B. Pritzker Donates 20 Million-Dollars To Himself (Chicago, IL) -- Add another 20 million-dollars to the cost of running for governor in Illinois. The Chicago Tribune…

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News Headlines – August 17, 2018

The Latest (Undated) -- Here's the latest news: A federal judge is not going to allow Brendt Christensen's lawyers to go fishing for evidence from the White House. Leaders in one southern Illinois county are set to decide if they're going to declare themselves a gun sanctuary. Illinois is the worst in the nation in a new small business survey. >>Judge Denies Christensen Request For White House Evidence (Urbana, IL) -- The man accused of kidnapping a Chinese-born U of I scholar…

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News Headlines – August 16, 2018

The Latest (Undated) -- Here's the latest news: Folks who text and drive in Illinois can expect a new, tougher stance from police. Illinois' Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library is looking to sell some of its most valuable pieces to pay off its debt. Illinois is included in the states facing a measles outbreak. >>New Law Looks To Get Tougher On Texting And Driving (Springfield, IL) -- Illinois drivers who get caught texting from behind the wheel three times in a year could soon…

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News Headlines – August 15, 2018

Governor's Day at the Illinois State Fair Illinois Republicans are converging on Springfield and the Illinois State Fair for Governor's Day. Today's festivities draw a focus on the crucial November balloting. Governor Bruce Rauner is trying to win re-election along with a slate of statewide and congressional candidates. Rain is forecast all day. Democrat Day is tomorrow. Joe Biden Cancels On Illinois Democrats Illinois Democrats need a new headliner for their big day at the State Fair.…

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News Headlines – August 14, 2018

The Latest (Undated) -- Here's the latest news: A new report says only one in four kindergarteners in Illinois is ready for the first grade. Lawyers for a southern Illinois man want to revisit his murder conviction because they say there is not enough evidence. Animal rescuers in Rockford say they're dealing with a parvo outbreak. >>New Report: Only 24 Percent Of Kindergarteners Ready For School (Springfield, IL) -- A new report says three-quarters of Illinois kindergarteners…

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News Headlines – August 13, 2018

The Latest (Undated) -- Here's the latest news: A new law is giving Illinois high school students a shot at more dual credit classes before college. Shelters across Illinois are stepping-up to help the 91 dogs rescued from a southern Illinois home. The post office in Fairview, Illinois is officially named for a fallen local hero. >>New Law Allows Illinois Students To Take More Dual Credit Classes (Springfield, IL) -- One of Illinois' newest laws could help high school students in…

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News Headlines – August 10, 2018

The Latest (Undated) -- Here's the latest news: Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner says Chicago's mayor has failed to stop gun violence in the city. The University of Illinois is out with a report that says the first few weeks of school are crucial in fighting sexual misconduct. The power is back on in and around Bloomington. >>Governor Rauner Blames Mayor Emanuel For Chicago Gun Violence (Springfield, IL) -- Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner says Chicago's mayor has failed to stop the…

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News Headlines – August 9, 2018

The Latest (Undated) -- Here's the latest news: Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner says he's not going to send the Illinois National Guard to Chicago. Three people in southern Illinois are in custody after animal rescuers took over 90 dogs from their home. City leaders in Effingham say their local mall is unsafe, and needs to be fixed. >>Governor Rauner Won't Send Illinois Guard To Chicago (Peoria, IL) -- Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner says he's not going to send the Illinois…

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