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As the midterm election draws near, some state lawmakers want to change the way Illinois’ political districts are drawn. They want to do that by giving voters a chance to change the constitution. Listen to a summary of the story.
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Most people are familiar with some form of triage: When you go to an emergency room, you first sit down with a triage nurse who records your symptoms, takes your vital signs and assesses the urgency of your medical need. As of Thursday, that's happening over the phone for 911 callers in Washington, D.C. , where triage nurses now sit alongside 911 dispatchers to help field calls. Why are they there? D.C. has the highest rate of 911 calls in the U.S., and one in four of those calls is not an...
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- Bradley Community Chorus Director Takes Final Bow with This Weekend's Concert
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