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The two road work projects origionally scheduled for today have been postponed until tomorrow. The road work on East Prospect Street between Elm and Vine Streets will be closed on Tuesday morning to more
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Wethersfield Supt of Schools Mr. Shane Kazubowski talks about the Common Core and PARCC testing during the April 14th edition of People to People on WKEI   [audio:414wethsuptofschools.mp3] more
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  OSF Saint Luke Medical Center in Kewanee will host a blood drive on Tuesday. Hospital Marketing Assistant Sam Harker says appointments are appreciated but walk-ins are also welcome… more
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WKEI Open Line for April 14 [audio:414oline.mp3]Open Line[/audio] more
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Carrie Boelens and Samantha Harker from the Hospital's Marketing Department talk about Tuesday's blood drive and the upcoming golf outing during the April 14th edition of Tuned IN on WKEI [ more
A young Twitter user is learning it's a really bad idea to tweet a threat to an airline.  A teenager named Sarah sent a tweet Sunday to American Airlines that said "My name's Ibrahim and I'm more
Many parents wonder if cholesterol screening for kids is necessary.  Doctors say it'll do a body good.  In the past, children were only tested if there were red flags such as obesity, more
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According to State Representative Don Moffitt (R-Gilson), the Illinois General Assembly is continuously looking for ways to improve the quality of mass transit and help its citizens move more
Illinois lawmakers are pushing for legislation that childproofs electronic cigarettes.  State Representative Robyn Gabel proposed the bill.   Her measure would allow the Illinois more
A local Marion church is now in their new home, a former Walmart. The Cornerstone Church held its first Sunday morning service with close to 200 people in attendance.  For the last decade, the& more
The flowers are growing, the trees are blooming, and many allergy sufferers in Illinois feel miserable. After the especially cold winter, experts are predicting a bad spring for those allergic to more
Pope Francis continues to do things his way, mixing the traditional with his own unique style.  During Palm Sunday services at the Vatican, the Pope set aside his prepared remarks to deliver an more
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Lawmakers are cracking down on the idea of police officers hitting the pavement at the end of the month in order to meet their ticket quotas.  Senator Andy Manar says officers may not always use more
U.S. Senator Mark Kirk says American air travelers need to know more about which countries check arriving passengers for stolen passports and which do not.  Kirk noted that two of the passengers more
In a win for some religious conservatives and opponents of same-sex relationships, state lawmakers have voted down a bill that would have banned so-called conversion therapy.  The bill would more
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