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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 tree...read 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 i...read 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 ...read 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 ...read 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 have...read more
Illinois has no areas in drought for the first time since last August, but for many farmers, the rains are a little too much of a good thing.  The rains of the past few weeks have helped with soi...read more
An anti-viral drug combination is showing promise for hepatitis C patients.  Drugmaker Bristol-Meyers Squibb said daclatasvir and asunaprevir cured 90-percent of the 700 patients in a clinical tr...read more
Legislation providing pregnant Illinois women with new workplace rights will now be considered by the state Senate.  The measure passed in the House yesterday by a vote of 65-to-35.  The spo...read more
Legislation that bans Illinois government departments from purchasing, renting or leasing vehicles not made in America is advancing to the state Senate.  The measure cleared the House yesterday.&...read more
A proposal sponsored by House Speaker Michael Madigan to amend the Constitution to ban voter-suppression tactics, will appear on the November ballot.  It could possibly include voter ID laws.&nbs...read more
Adult literacy goes beyond being able to curl up with a good book. Experts say reading struggles also can translate into troubles functioning in an ever-changing world. Dorothy Miaso, execut...read more
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Field and Stream expert Duke Frisby talks about the upcoming Stark County Morel Mushroom Festival during the April 10th edition of People to People on WKEI [audio:410DUKEFRISBY.mp3]Duke Frisby[/audio...read more
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Kewanee Public Library Childrens Librarian Sarah Billiet talks about National Library Week during the April 10th edition of Tuned IN on WKEI [audio:410KPL.mp3]Sarah Billiet[/audio]  &n...read more
Republican U.S.Senate candidate Jim Oberweis is proposing a minimum wage increase exclusively for adult workers.  He introduced the plan on Wednesday, which would take three years for the wage to...read more
A Chicago lawmaker is proposing a measure that addresses job discrimination against pregnant women.  State Representative Mary Flowers' legislation makes it a civil rights violation if an employe...read more
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