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Some Illinois lawmakers said they didn't get all they wanted to get done before leaving the capitol last week.   The General Assembly wrapped up the fall veto session on Thursday. Lawmakers won
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The state of Illinois doubled its gas tax in July from 19 cents a gallon to 38 cents. The increase went hand-in-hand with several bills Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed into law including a $45 billion capit
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The southern Illinois community of Vandalia is in mourning today.  Four people from the small town about an hour east of the Riverbend were killed in a head-on crash Saturday evening, when fans w
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With the holidays quickly approaching and Black Friday just a few weeks away, businesses are facing some unique challenges. Todd Maisch, president and CEO of the Illinois Chamber of Commerce, said th
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The Illinois Department of Public Health announced a fourth death related to the use of vaping products. Illinois Department of Public Health Director Dr. Ngozi Ezike made the announcement this week.
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Charges have been filed in a shooting that led to the death of a 23 year-old St. Louis Man. Willie Lee Matthews Jr. of the 100 Block of Lauren Circle in Belleville was charged with 2 counts of First-D
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How would you react if you ever found yourself in an active shooter situation? Schools account for just one-third of all active shooter situations, so a recent event hosted by OSF HealthCare gave some
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The Better Business Bureau is reminding you that the online “Secret Sister” gift exchange and similar invitations are illegal and should be ignored. The campaign, which first hit big in 20
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The early onset of cold weather has created problems with propane distribution in Illinois, but a federal declaration announced this week is expected to help ease the shortages. At the request of Gov
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Illinois senators will soon be voting on a new Senate President after Senate President John Cullerton announced his retirement. Following the final day of fall legislative session Thursday, Cullerton&
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