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Illinois could become the first state to ban the tiny plastic particles called microbeads found in many facial cleansers and soaps.  They produce a gentle scrubbing action, but they also collect more
Pot and guns would be allowed to mix in Illinois after a proposed medical marijuana rule has been dropped.  There was a plan to bar anyone who uses medical marijuana under the new state law from more
The unemployment rate in Illinois is at a five year low at eight-point-four-percent.  Jay Rowell, Director of the Illinois Department of Employment Security, says it's encouraging to see the more
The spouse of another politician is connected to Governor Quinn's now-disbanded anti-violence program.  The "Chicago Sun Times" reports Jaclin Davis, wife of Homewood state Representative Will more
GOP nominee for governor Bruce Rauner will benefit  from a state contract awarded last year by his opponent, Governor Pat Quinn.   Rauner formerly ran GTCR LLC, a Chicago private more
Easter is almost upon us, and while some parents might be tempted to give their children live bunnies or baby chicks, animal welfare advocates stress that bringing any animal into the home should be more
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Chicago Sports Attorney and Toulon native Eldon Ham is the guest on People to People for April 17th   [audio:417eldonham.mp3]Eldon Ham[/audio] more
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WKEI Open Line for April 17th   [audio:417oline.mp3]Open Line[/audio] more
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Kewanee High School Key Club Adviser Amron Buchanan and KHS Key Club members Andrew Welgat and Cole Vickrey are the guests on Tuned IN for April 17th on WKEI [audio:417khskeyclub.mp3]Amron more
Medical marijuana patients shouldn't have any problem getting a firearms ID card.   A proposed state rule that would not permit that to happen has been removed.  It's not clear whether more
The price of beef is going through the roof.  Reid Blossom with the Illinois Beef Association says beef prices are rising due to high demand.  The problem is there was a drought a-couple of more
Illinoisans are encouraging Congress to restore federal unemployment benefits.  Jay Rowell with the Illinois Department of Economic Security says unemployed people have had a difficult finding more
Democrats in the Illinois Senate say that if the state income tax is rolled back it could devastate schools statewide.  Senate President John Cullerton's office released figures on Wednesday more
 There appears to be some confusion when it comes to water conservation. A new survey finds many people underestimate how much water they use in various daily activities. more
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Sgt Justin Alford talks about the April 27th annual Pancake and Sausage breakfast during the April 16th edition of Tuned IN on WKEI   [audio:416natlguardarmory.mp3]Sgt Alford[/audio] more
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