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News Headlines – November 21, 2017

The Latest (Undated) -- Here's the latest news: Chris Kennedy is adding a big name to his list of endorsements. City leaders in Chicago say they intend to sue U.S. Steel over spills into Lake Michigan. Prosecutors in the Quad Cities are pushing murder charges for a deadly Friday shooting. A U of I student is one of the newest Rhodes Scholars. >>Danny Davis Endorses Chris Kennedy (Chicago, IL) -- One of Chicago's longest serving African-American congressmen is choosing sides in…

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News Headlines – November 20, 2017

The Latest (Undated) -- Here's the latest news: Homeowners in 18 Illinois counties could be in line for a tax break next year. Township leaders in Henry County want to keep their jobs. The University of Illinois is giving its president a 100 thousand-dollar bonus. Deer hunting is big business in western Illinois. >>Flooded Homeowners Could Get Illinois Tax Break (Chicago, IL) -- Some homeowners in Illinois could get a little something extra on their tax return next year. Governor…

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Annual Christmas Walk This Weekend in Downtown Princeton

The annual Christmas Walk is this weekend in downtown Princeton. All weekend long there will be holiday music, horse-drawn carriage rides, old time trolley rides and extended shopping hours, giving you a greater opportunity to shop locally. Santa will be on hand for the lighting of the Christmas tree at Darius Miller Park. Hot chocolate will be available at the Cocoa Cottage on the Frontier Lawn. Many other activities will take place, including a Candy Cane Hunt at Soldiers and Sailors Park,…

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News Headlines – November 17, 2017

The Latest (Undated) -- Here's the latest news: Illinois' election managers say they'll decide next week what to do about President Trump's voter database. A judge in Urbana isn't delaying the trial of the man accused of kidnapping a Chinese-born U of I scholar. Quincy teachers won't be going out on strike next week. One of the Quad Cities' biggest streets is a big step closer to being finished. >>Illinois Board Of Elections To Look At Database Next Week (Springfield, IL) --…

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News Headlines – November 16, 2017

The Latest (Undated) -- Here's the latest news: Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner is talking a lot about jobs on the campaign trail. Some faculty members at the University of Illinois want to have their say in renaming the university's school of business after a donor. East Peoria schools are the latest in the state to report high lead levels in their water. The Quad Cities should soon have a 'no questions asked' opioid treatment program. >>Governor Rauner's Campaign Stops In The Quad…

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News Headlines – November 15, 2017

The Latest (Undated) -- Here's the latest news: Another Illinois Republican congressman says Alabama's Roy Moore should get out of the race. There's a push for answers about the death of the other man killed along side a fallen Rockford police officer. Illinois' teacher shortage doesn't look to be going away. The FBI is not saying what it is looking for in Lake Decatur. >>Another Illinois Republican Says Alabama's Moore Must Go (Wheaton, IL) -- A second Illinois Republican…

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News Headlines – November 14, 2017

The Latest (Undated) -- Here's the latest news: The fifth suspect in the Wheaton College hazing scandal is due to be arraigned today. Local leaders in Normal are being asked to give-up tax money to land an agriculture manufacturing plant. There is a new statue in one western Illinois town honoring women veterans. The governor and first lady want to send Illinois service members plenty of holiday cards this year. >>Final Wheaton College Player To be Arraigned On Hazing…

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News Headlines – November 13, 2017

A high-profile U.S. Department of Justice official is scheduled to deliver remarks this week in Chicago, where he'll address gun violence and street gangs. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is listed as the keynote speaker for the Chicago Crime Commission's annual awards dinner on Thursday. He is the Justice Department official who wrote a three-page memo earlier this year criticizing then-FBI director James Comey. The White House initially held it up as justification for firing…

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Putnam County Man Indicted In Ladd Woman’s Murder

A Putnam County man has been indicted for the murder of a Ladd woman. According to a press release from the Illinois State Police, a grand jury yesterday returned the indictment against 67-year old Clifford Andersen of Standard. He's charged in the murder of his sister-in-law, 62-year old Deborah Dewey. The Ladd woman was last seen alive in August of 2016 in Spring Valley. A week later, her car was found at a truck stop near Morris. A month later, police found Dewey's body in a shallow grave in…

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News Headlines – November 10, 2017

The Latest (Undated) - Here's the latest news: The state of Illinois is getting ready to pay about nine billion-dollars worth of old bills. If you blinked you may have missed the flurry of new laws at the Illinois Capitol yesterday. Services are set for tomorrow for a Rockford police officer who died in the line of duty. Lawyers for the man accused of kidnapping a Chinese scholar at the U of I want his trial pushed back till next year. >>Illinois Starts To Pay Down Old…

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