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A new audit shows Illinois taxpayers have paid over 12-million dollars in medical costs for dead people.  House Minority Leader Jim Durkin says that's not only unacceptable, but it's a more
Illinoisans are being encouraged to pause before hitting the print icons on their computers. As part of Earth Day and Earth Week events, state leaders are asking Illinois employees and other more
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RaeAnn Tucker, Public Information Director with the Henry and Stark County Health Departments talks about the recent observance of Public Health Week during the April 21st edition of People to more
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WKEI Open Line for April 21   [audio:421oline.mp3]Open Line[/audio] more
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Carrie Boelens and Chris Downs talk about Lab Week at OSF Saint Luke Medical Center in Kewanee during the April 21st edition of Tuned In on WKEI [audio:421osfstluke.mp3]Carrie Boelens, Chris Downs[/ more
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Coaches Corner for Saturday, April 19 [audio:419cc.mp3]Coaches Corner[/audio] more
Gas prices are higher than they've been in more than a year. The latest Lundberg Survey finds the national average price of regular jumped eight and a half cents a gallon in the past two weeks, to more
Two people who live in Quincy are hospitalized after a weekend motorcycle accident.  Illinois State Police officials say 28-year-old Jackie Wilson and 25-year-old Christine Sethaler were thrown more
The Illinois Treasurer's office says it wants people that have old paychecks or may have left money in a closed checking account to claim their cash.  Treasurer Dan Rutherford says his office more
A Republican Illinois lawmaker is opposing a bid for the President Obama Library and Museum to come to Chicago.   Mundelein Representative Ed Sullivan says he didn't expect Thursday's more
An historic exhibit with a focus on President Abraham Lincoln will remain in Princeville for a little over two weeks.  Lincoln: The Constitution and the Civil War exhibit will continue at the more
Some 15 percent of Illinois schoolkids spend several hours each weekday in the shadows of potentially-dangerous chemical facilities, according to a new report. At the Center for Effective Government, more
Pope Francis calls for an end to conflicts around the world as well as more aid for those in need during his annual Easter address.  Speaking to thousands gathered in St. Peter's Square and more
Some people's brains may start slowing down well before the senior years.  Canadian researchers say a person's cognitive motor skills may start slipping after the age of 24.  They came to more
An Easter basket without candy sounds like an April Fool's joke.  But more and more parents are looking for healthier treats.  Experts suggest filling plastic eggs with dried fruit instead more
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