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Tensions running high in NY between mayor and police

Tensions are still running high between the new york police department and the mayor of the city, as the second of two recently murdered police officers was laid to rest yesterday.

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Keeping that resolution you made for the new year

Joey talks with Cynthia Fedor is a behavioral health consultant with Mental Health Centers of Central Illinois, an affiliate of Memorial Health System about keeping your resolutions for the new year.

Mario Cuomo – dead at 82

Former New York governor Mario Cuomo has died, he served three terms as the states top executive, and was considered a national leader of the democratic party in the 80’s. He passed away from heart failure yesterday at his home in Manhattan…he was 82.

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Security outlook for 2015

With 2015 upon us, here is what’s expected following the end of formal combat in Afghanistan, and what is ahead for the U.S. on the national security front.

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It’s Time for Something New

Hey, responsible budgeting could happen! Right? Right…?

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Ward 2 Alderman Gail Simpson Previews Funding for Stanford Ave.

The first phase of a multi-phase project to extend Stanford Ave. to Dirksen Parkway is up for discussion Tuesday.

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Chatham Village President Tom Gray Responds

Gray doesn’t plan to ask McCord, Holden to resign.

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Chatham Trustee Clayton: Remove Water Commissioner!

Clayton wants commissioner and trustee who handles water issues out.

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Epileptic Illinois Children Will Get Access to “CBD” on Jan. 1

Children still won’t be able to smoke marijuana.

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The Interview is Out — Now What?

The Wall Street Journal This Morning explores what’s next.

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Manar, Scherer Introduce High Speed Rail Legislation

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A couple of local lawmakers are trying to put some teeth into a high speed rail agreement that will benefit Springfield minority communities.

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Springfield Metro Unemployment Level Lowest Since 2007

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The Springfield metro area has recorded another drop in unemployment.

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Springfield Armed Robbery Suspect Caught on Camera, Police Seek Tips

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A man wielding a box cutter tried to hold up a new pet store near downtown Springfield

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Fuel Leak Closes Road Near New Berlin

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No one was injured in the crash.

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Salaita Sues U of I Over Rescinded Job Offer

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A professor who lost a University of Illinois job offer over his profane, anti-Israel Twitter messages has sued.