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Police: Husband and wife — both officers — dead in murder-suicide


A Cook County Sheriff’s Office correctional officer and his wife, a Chicago police officer, were found shot to death inside a home in the Garfield Ridge neighborhood Sunday morning, officials said.

Illinois one of 10 worst states for retirement


Finding the best place to retire in is a little bit like looking for a mate.

Illinois Medical Marijuana Rules Drop Gun Language


Illinois regulators crafting the first rules for the state’s new medical marijuana industry have lowered patient fees and deleted a section that angered gun owners.

Medicaid paid $12M for Illinois dead


The Illinois Medicaid program paid an estimated $12 million for medical services for people listed as deceased in other state records, according to an internal state government memo.

Nightly NewsCap: Lyndi “caps” off the week with the day’s headlines in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: A boom/non-earthquake/fracking “something” sets off seismometers; Dink Dunn sentenced in Williamson County; Christopher cop’s suicide; and IDNR Mines and Minerals makes an example of an employee.

Illinois gives early OK to $100M for Obama museum


Even though Chicago is where Barack Obama got his start in politics, first lady Michelle Obama grew up and the Obamas still call their hometown, state and local officials aren’t taking for granted that the Windy City will land the president’s official library.

IDNR fires top official; reason for dismissal tied to campaign funds from coal company


The Illinois Department of Natural Resources terminated one of their top men on Monday, and the cause is tied to campaign funds he had received from a coal company.

Illinois Agency Sticks Up For The Long-Term Unemployed


The Illinois Department of Employment Security announced this week that 86 percent of the state’s long-term unemployed were still without work at the end of January, according to a study by the agency.

Judge orders ankle bracelet for Illinoisan with TB


A judge in central Illinois ordered an uncooperative patient with infectious tuberculosis to remain in his home and allowed public health officials to track his movements with an electronic monitoring ankle bracelet to prevent the spread of disease.

Towns target teens’ use of e-cigarettes

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Many communities ban youth possession of vapor pipes

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