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Yesterday on Regional Radio News, we outlined what leaders in DeWitt County are thankful for and today, leaders outside DeWitt County are chiming in. Superintendent of the Lincoln High School, more
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Shoppers will be hitting the local stores tonight as Black Friday shopping continues to get earlier and earlier each year. As you head out to find those bargains, local authorities are encouraging more
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Mailings for Social Security beneficiaries will soon return on a limited basis. Mailings from Social Security halted a few years ago due to budget issues and became available online. Jack Myers, more
The Illinois Secretary of State's offices and facilities will be closed on Thursday and Friday in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. Chicago Democrat Jesse White's office says all driver more
A new exhibit at the Abraham Lincoln library in Springfield lets visitors see the Gettysburg Address, Emancipation Proclamation and Thirteenth Amendment in one room. The exhibit "Undying Words: more
The Peoria City Council has voted to approve a $3 million loan for the development of a new youth sports complex. The council decided to help developer Mark Petersen move forward with the Louisville more
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The Thanksgiving holiday is upon us and several local leaders are taking time to express their gratitude this holiday season. For almost every person, Thanksgiving means something different, and for more
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Almost a month removed from his election to the highest post in Illinois, Governor Elect Bruce Rauner spent part of his time in Springfield last week, and one local lawmaker feels it's a nice change. more
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With the holiday shopping season right around the corner, protecting your identity and coveted information is as important as ever. Social Security and it's beneificiaries continuously battle more
A central Illinois man is facing more than 100 years in prison after pleading guilty to child pornography and sex offender registration charges. James Carter of Normal is charged with two counts of more
Communities around Illinois have reacted to a Missouri grand jury's decision not to indict a police officer in the Ferguson shooting death of an unarmed black teenager. In Chicago hundreds of more
An official of the tornado-devastated community of Washington says the city's rate of rebuilding uninhabitable homes is about 30 percent higher than the federal average. Washington City more
Families planning to eat turkey for their Thanksgiving feasts on Thursday should take a moment to think about food safety. The Illinois Department of Public Health says it's important to give a more
Two major credit houses aren't overly worried about a county judge striking down the Illinois pension law last week, but they're not happy with the state's financial condition. Moody's Investors more
Illinois health officials have suspended a telephone hotline about the Ebola virus because the number of calls to it has fallen sharply. Illinois Department of Public Health spokeswoman Melaney more
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