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This weekend in entertainment history

A look back at some of the biggest headlines in Hollywood history.

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Lawmakers Urged to Add ALD to Newborn Screenings

Disease could be caught early and cured with newborn screenings and stem cell therapy.

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Paint Blamed for Capitol Brick Problem

Paint on the brick ceiling of a pump room is trapping moisture, causing the brick to crumble.

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Illinois’ Economic Index Edges Up

State's number continues to stay around 107.

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City Installs “Road May Flood” Signs

The Springfield Public Works Department says new signs are up in certain parts of the city that may be prone to flooding.

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“Biggest Loser” Star Takes Part in Sherman Pie Fight

You might say there wasn't a "biggest loser" at Sherman Elementary School.

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This week’s top sports shots

West Virginia’s Gary Browne rests his head on coach Bob Huggins after the team’s 78-39 loss to Kentucky in a…

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Rauner: Pass My Agenda Before Passing a Budget

Rauner says changes to worker's compensation, local government consolidation, and "right-to-work" zones must be addressed first

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Half-Marathon is Coming — And Traffic Delays

There will be a bottleneck of sorts if you're trying to get through downtown Springfield Saturday morning, but that's for a good reason.

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Illinois Gas Prices Up, Though They’re Coming Back Down

The Illinois average is now $2.60, up 15 cents from a month ago, according to the AAA Fuel Gauge report.

This photo provided by Universal Pictures shows, Vin Diesel as Dom Toretto in a scene from "Furious 7."

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REVIEW: ‘Furious 7′ goes full throttle

So, I went to a car racing movie and the next Avengers broke out. And that's okay.

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This weekend’s sports schedule

A look at some of the big sporting events taking place this weekend.

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WATCH: Giving life to Peeps at the Just Born factory

Love 'em or hate 'em this sugar-coated marshmallow is a staple of Easter baskets everywhere.

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Making headlines this week

A look back at some of the week's biggest stories and the headlines you may have missed.

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Albert Einstein or Marilyn Monroe? Test your eyes

How good is your eyesight? The answer may surprise you.

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Kankakee Jailbreak Manhunt: Day Three

The manhunt continues into its third day for a man who broke out of a jail in Kankakee while awaiting sentencing on murder charges.

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Documentary explores Atari’s buried secrets

"Atari: Game Over," investigates claims that Atari hid its biggest flop — 1982's "E.T." — by burying the cartridges in an New Mexico, dump.

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Happy Helps Cancer, Stress: Expert

They say laughter is the best medicine -- and that could especially be true for those battling cancer.

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Matthew McConaughey makes $135K for graduation speech

Hopefully he'll say more than just "all right, all right, all right."

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DeWitt Co. Settlement OK’d in Dispute to Put Toxic Waste Over Aquifer

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DeWitt county has approved a settlement with a landfill company.

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Kankakee Co. Sheriff Describes Security Lapses that led to Inmate Escape

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Sheriff Tim Bukowski says investigators found no inmate count had been done.

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House Approves Springfield High Speed Rail Oversight Act

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An attempt to make sure fair hiring practices are implemented on Springfield's high speed rail 10th street consolidation project is moving forward.

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Rauner Admin. Plans $106 Million in Medicaid Cuts

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Cuts to Medicaid will make up about one-third of the $300 million in spending reductions by Gov. Bruce Rauner's office

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Butler: Future of $26M in Social Service Funding Unknown

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State Representative Tim Butler says who knows if that $26 million Governor Bruce Rauner is holding from a number of state social service programs will be restored or not.