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The wealthy Republican nominee for governor is easily the leader over incumbent  Governor Pat Quinn when it comes to raising campaign funds.  Bruce Rauner's camp says he raised more than more
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Chris Valillo will perform the Songs of the Civil Rights Era tonight at the Moline Library beginning at 6:30 Pm. This free presentation is part of a week long celebration of the Civil Rights Era at more
Illinois pork farmers are affected by a new virus that's killing off piglets all across the country.   Jim Fraley with the Illinois Farm Bureau says more than 200 pigs have tested positive more
The city of Dubuque has agreed to stop what federal officials call discriminatory housing policies.  City officials signed a voluntary compliance agreement with the Department of Housing and more
Police say a murder suspect spent several days in a Cambridge home with the body of his alleged victim.  Police responding to a welfare check discovered the body of a woman in an upstairs more
A recent report shows that Illinois is far from recovering from its economic woes.  The Rich States, Poor States study conducted by the American Legislative Exchange Council ranks the Land of more
A pair of Springfield aldermen are proposing legislation that could put an end to the expansion of storefront gambling parlors.  Cory Jobe and Frank Edwards are pushing an ordinance that would more
Illinois gas prices are already among the highest in the nation and a new gas tax could force drivers to pay even more at the pump.  The Transportation for Illinois Coalition is asking lawmakers more
Early poll results show the incumbent governor in a slight uphill battle in his re-election bid,  The Rasmussen Reports poll has Republican challenger Bruce Rauner ahead of Pat Quinn 43 percent more
Maquoketa police were justified in shooting at a suspect earlier this month.  The Jackson County Attorney's Office released its report on the incident yesterday.  It found Sergeant Brendan more
A Davenport man accused of hiding cameras in a girls' elementary school bathroom apparently videotaped himself putting them there.  According to police Hayes Elementary employee Ian Dishon more
Each year, the second full week of April is dedicated to those who serve as public safety Telecommunicators. This year April 14th - 20th is National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week. These more
A Davenport, Iowa man is in federal custody after being ought after for child porn charges.  Adams County authorities say Ian Isabel was arrested Friday at Siloam Springs State Park.  He's more
A local Marion church is now in their new home, a former Walmart. The Cornerstone Church held its first Sunday morning service with close to 200 people in attendance.  For the last decade, the& more
Illinois lawmakers are pushing for legislation that childproofs electronic cigarettes.  State Representative Robyn Gabel proposed the bill.   Her measure would allow the Illinois more
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