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The Illinois Senate approved legislation FRIDAY that would legalize the medical use of marijuana. Brian Mackey has more.In the end, the vote was not
The sponsor of a concealed-carry plan in the Illinois Senate says he's not giving up, despite the fact that his legislation was not called for a vote
A Flowering Pear Tree stands in front of Peoria High School in memory of Darnell Hunter. The 18 year old PHS Senior died February 20th. A group of
Caterpillar will pay 135-million dollars less in the acquisition of a Chinese mining equipment company as part of a settlement agreement. Cat last
Peoria has a new city engineer. Scott Reeise will take on the position next month. He’s been a civil engineer with the city’s Public Works Department
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