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News Headlines – June 22, 2018

The Latest (Undated) -- Here's the latest news: Illinois' retail merchants say the state will benefit from the Supreme Court's decision on online sales taxes. Adams County's embattled coroner is retiring next month. Federal prosecutors in Minnesota are pushing ahead with charges against three central Illinois men for their role in a mosque bombing in that state. Illinois' prison chief says he wants to do more to keep people from going back to prison. >>Illinois Retail Merchants…

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News Headlines – June 21, 2018

The Latest (Undated) -- Here's the latest news: Illinois is reporting the state's first human case of West Nile. A number of Illinois school leaders are hoping that Governor Rauner vetoes the plan to raise starting salaries for new teachers. Prosecutors in Knox County are pushing ahead with murder charges after a shooting in Galva. The artist who created Chicago's famous Bean doesn't want the NRA using his artwork in their ads. >>Illinois Confirms First Human West Nile…

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News Headlines – June 20, 2018

The Latest (Undated) -- Here's the latest news: Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner says he wants to see President Trump change the policy for families at the country's southern border. Forecasters say Rockford has seen nearly twice the rain that it sees in a typical June. Investigators in Bloomington are identifying the victims of this week's triple murder, but they are not talking about a motive. A judge is sending a Quad Cities murder suspect to a state hospital instead of…

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News Headlines – June 19, 2018

The Latest (Undated) -- Here's the latest news: Illinois' governor could soon have to decide on an expansion of the state's medical marijuana program. Illinois' new budget includes money to add dental care for more people on Medicaid. Bloomington Police are looking for answers after a triple murder yesterday afternoon. Three western Illinois teens are facing formal charges for a murder for hire plot that failed. >>Governor Rauner To Get Medical Marijuana Expansion…

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News Headlines – June 18, 2018

The Latest (Undated) -- Here's the latest news: It's going to be another dangerously hot day across Illinois today. One person in Illinois is among those sickened by tainted breakfast cereal. Springfield Police say a local man is in jail for one murder, and is a suspect in another. Planners in Naperville want to turn the old library into a craft distillery. >>Illinois To Bake Again Today (Davenport, IA) -- The only place you can escape the heat in Illinois is in the air…

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News Headlines – June 16, 2018

The Latest (Undated) -- Here's the latest news: A jury says a southern Illinois man is guilty of murder for a fight that lead to the 2014 death of a Southern Illinois University student. Illinois will see its second ever African American Supreme Court justice sworn in today. Decatur's new VA clinic is open. Governor Rauner talked-up higher education in his latest budget stop in the Quad Cities. >>Guilty Verdict In SIU Student's 2014 Death (Murphysboro, IL) -- A southern Illinois…

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News Headlines – June 15, 2018

The Latest (Undated) -- Here's the latest news: Illinois' unemployment rate is down once again. Parts of southern Illinois could see dangerous heat this weekend. Western Illinois University's president says his school is not out of the woods yet. Illinois is looking to auction off some seized outdoor gear. >>Illinois Unemployment Rate Drops Again (Springfield, IL) -- Illinois' unemployment rate continues to fall. The Illinois Department of Employment Security yesterday said the…

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News Headlines – June 14, 2018

The Latest (Undated) -- Here's the latest news: State of Illinois workers could soon be in for a big payday. One person is in jail and another is recovering after an officer-involved shooting in western Illinois. Tazewell County could be Illinois' next gun sanctuary county. The state is looking to showcase Springfield's biggest attractions later this summer. >>>>State Of Illinois Workers Closer To Step Raises (Springfield, IL) -- State of Illinois workers are a big step…

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News Headlines – June 13, 2018

The Latest (Undated) -- Here's the latest news: The man charged with first degree murder in the 2014 death of an SIU student says he lied to police, but did not murder the young man. There is another confirmed case of West Nile in mosquitoes, this time in McLean County. Illinois' new lawyers could soon have some more opportunities. A Quad Cities police officer could be facing battery charges. >>Suspect Testifies At Murder Trial For SIU Student's 2014 Death (Murphysboro, IL) --…

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News Headlines – June 12, 2018

The Latest (Undated) -- Here's the latest news: Illinois' Republican congressmen don't want President Trump to let former Governor Rod Blagojevch out of prison early. Bloomington Police are not guessing at a motive for a shooting that left two people dead, and two others wounded. Chicago's mayor says tiny houses could have a big impact on the city's homeless. Moline High School's principal says students did the right thing when they said something about a student with a pellet gun at school…

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