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This image released by Marvel shows Chris Evans, left, and Scarlett Johansson in a scene from "Captain America: The Winter Soldier."

in Entertainment

‘Captain America’ is full of mistakes

"Captain America: The Winter Soldier" has topped a new poll to find the most mistake-laden movie of 2014.

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in Sports

Wednesday’s Sports Minute

Here's a look at some of the top sports headlines making news today, Wednesday, Dec. 31.

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Suh has one-game ban overturned

The Detroit Lions defensive tackle is now eligible for Sunday's NFC wildcard game.

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CDC to hire lab safety chief after Ebola, flu mishaps

The job has taken on more urgency after a CDC scientist was possibly exposed to Ebola in a lab last week.

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AirAsia victim with life jacket raises questions about plane’s last moments

Rescuers believe they have found the plane on the ocean floor off Borneo.

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The ultimate 2014 pop song mashup

Revisit a year's worth of pop music hits in one epic mashup video.

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Bet you didn’t know: New Year’s Eve

The New Year hasn't always been celebrated on Jan. 1 and it's not always rung in with champagne and a countdown.

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Temps plunge U.S. into deep freeze

Colder-than-average temperatures are sending chills across America.

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TODAY’S MUST SEE: YouTube’s 2014 rewind

Some of the biggest pop culture moments and the most popular songs of the year.

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Ghana Gets Local Ambulance

Two charities are involved in donation

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Lincoln Home Prepares for 150th Anniversary of Funeral

Black bunting but no 1865 greenery

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When the Ball Drops, So Does the Tax Rate

Edgar: Money will have to come from somewhere

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Illinois Roads Appear to Be Safer

Another year short of 1000 fatalities

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SFD Adds Life Support Services

Raise in order for paramedics

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in Entertainment

Today in entertainment history: Dec. 31

1947: Singing cowboy Roy Rogers married Dale Evans. 1961: The Beach Boys played their first gig in Long Beach, California.…

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Cabs, Buses in Springfield May Get Competition

Company making inroads in big cities but also targeting the Springfield market

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New Law Aimed at Reducing Traffic Court Dockets

One of dozens of new laws to hit the books January 1

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2014: The year’s best entertainment images

A look at some of the biggest moments and best photos from the year in entertainment.

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Public Pensions for State Employees Convicted of Felonies Can Be Denied

Criminals on the public payroll may have a hard time earning a public pension

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Times Square prepares to ring in 2015

The famed Times Square ball is ready to signal the start of 2015.

Recent Headlines

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City Needs Extra $3.5 Million to Cover Healthcare Costs

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It appears health care costs for city of Springfield employees went over budget by more than three million dollars this fiscal year.

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Lincoln Woman Gets Prison Time: Embezzles Two Million Dollars

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A Lincoln woman will serve nearly 4 years in prison for embezzling two million dollars over 17 years.

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Rauner Pushes “Right to Work” Zones

Illinois Republican gubernatorial candidate businessman Bruce Rauner participates in a Republican gubernatorial candidate debate Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2014, in Springfield, Ill. The four Republican gubernatorial candidates said that they’ll be willing to work with unions if elected but differed on how to approach the relationship during a downstate debate that largely focused on pension reform, taxes and just briefly on personal issues that have dogged some of the candidates.

Gov. Bruce Rauner says one of his priorities for his first year in office will be creating so-called “right to work zones.”

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Lawmaker Introduces Measure to Cut GA, Officer Salaries

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An Illinois lawmaker has introduced legislation that would cut the pay of elected officeholders by 10 percent.

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Portions of MacArthur Blvd. Closed due to Sewer Cave In

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Portions of southbound MacArthur Blvd. are down to one lane due to a sewer cave in.