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4-16-15 Carillon

Park Board Approves Master Plan for Carillon

There is now a long-term place in plan for Springfield's Carillon.

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Springfield, Area Districts Get Some State Money Back Following Cuts

Springfield Public Schools will get about $798,000 from the state due to the fallout from Governor Bruce Rauner's across the board budget cut.

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Illinois Remembers Holocaust at Old State Capitol

"It's a day when we remind ourselves of what can happen when evil people do evil things, and good people do nothing about it."


UIS Conducting Another Sangamon Co. Citizens Survey

This year's survey will focus on education, but also will deal with other issues.


Saturday Deadline Regarding Medical Marijuana Testimony

Those who want medical marijuana to be available to treat more afflictions have until Saturday to sign up.


Report: Schock Spent Campaign Money at Tiffany & Co. Prior to Resignation

Schock spent $3,100 at Tiffany and Co. for bowls to donors.


Judge Says Lawyers Get $1.5M in Retiree Premium Refunds

A state pension law was overturned by the state Supreme Court last summer, because it altered promised benefits.


Police Seek Springfield Church Burglars

Springfield Police are looking for people who broke into an east side church.


LGBT Agenda: No Conversion Therapy

Lessbian state rep says her mom tried to convert her


Davis Reacts to Gyrocopter

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Right to Try Clears a Hurdle

Last resort would be drugs not fully tested


Update on Hillsboro Coal Mine

Carbon monoxide follows fire


Businesses Are Victims, Says Rauner

Business groups hear about "turnaround"

4-14-15 LLCC St John's Ambulance Simulator

St. John’s Donates Ambulance Simulator to LLCC

Lincoln Land Community College now has a new way to teach EMA students how to save lives, but in a real-life setting.

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State Board of Education Names New Illinois Superintendent

There's a change at the top of the Illinois State Board of Education.


Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Schock

The suit was filed in federal court in Chicago by lawyer Howard Foster.


Lincoln Remembered for Humor on 150th Anniversary of Death

It’s easy to be sad when remembering those we’ve lost. But the 150th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s death brought a bit of humor.


“Right to Try” Passes Illinois House

The Illinois House has approved a measure that would grant greater access to experimental drugs for terminally-ill patients.

4-15-15 Jesse White

White Praises Memorial for Organ Donation, Transplant Efforts

Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White says Springfield's Memorial Medical Center is on his side.

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Documents: PCCC Pays $325K Per Game for November Illini Games

The Prairie Capital Convention Center is paying the University of Illinois $325,000 a game for the November dates.

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Making headlines this week


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

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20 years later: The Oklahoma City bombing


Sunday marks two decades since the deadliest act of domestic terrorism in American history.

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Senator says it’s time to change the face of money


A campaign to put a female face on the $20 bill is gaining momentum.

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Parents of marathon victim say take death penalty off table


The parents of the youngest victim of the marathon bombing urged authorities to take the death penalty off the table.

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Appeals court to take up Obama’s immigration action


Judges will consider whether to lift a temporary hold on President Barack Obama's executive action seeking to shield millions of immigrants from deportation.