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Topics covered include: Rocky Branch Road closure vote in Saline County at special board meeting; Dawn Tondini is appointed as interim Marion chief of police; and second man arrested in Anna death over the weekend.

SALINE COUNTY BOARD VOTES TO CLOSE ROCKY BRANCH ROAD IN MINE DEAL WITH PEABODY

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There were two abstentions: one from board member Joe Jackson and one from board member Bob Oglesby, both citing a conflict of interest. Sources tell Disclosure that one man owned stock in Peabody while the other had a family member who could be affected if the proposals were passed.

Rand Paul: ‘We Can’t Invite The Whole World’ To Immigrate To U.S.

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Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) on Sunday said that America “can’t invite the whole world” to enter the country, no matter how much some immigrants may love the U.S.

One Squirrel Managed To Cause $300K In Damages To Building

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Officials say a wayward squirrel caused about $300,000 in damage to an eastern Indiana community center set to open in June.

France Rape Case: 527 DNA Tests Planned In High School Sexual Assault Case

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Male students and staff at a high school in western France — 527 people in total — were asked to give DNA samples beginning Monday as police search for the assailant who raped a teenage girl.

Tough tax votes loom in Illinois

FILE - In this April 1, 2014 file photo, Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan, D-Chicago, listens to lawmakers during a House committee hearing at the Capitol in Springfield, Ill. Faced with an expected $3 billion budget hole from an expiring income tax increase, Illinois lawmakers are grappling with whether to raise taxes to avoid major cuts to schools and social services next year. (AP Photo/Seth Perlman, File)

Faced with an expected $3 billion budget hole from an expiring income tax increase, Illinois lawmakers are grappling with whether to raise taxes to avoid major cuts to schools and social services next year.

Birmingham probes Muslim takeover of schools ‘plot’

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“We… are on our way to getting rid of more headteachers and taking over their schools.”

SECOND SUSPECT CHARGED WITH FIRST DEGREE MURDER IN ANNA

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A second suspect has been arrested and charged in the beating death of a man in Anna over the weekend.

Alleged KC shooter was `the fringe of the fringe’ among white supremacists

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The man accused in Sunday’s triple killing at a Kansas City-area Jewish community center and retirement complex has left a long, twisting history of hate stretching from North Carolina to rural Missouri. What he hasn’t left, even now, are many answers.

What’s the Matter With Illinois?

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The Great Lakes region offers a test of different economic policies.

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