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  • Bloomington Home Destroyed By Fire
    No one is hurt after a fire destroyed a home in Bloomington.  Officials say the blaze started yesterday morning in the 800 block of Bunn Street.  Everyone inside was able to escape.  The flames caused around 15-thousand dollars worth of damage.
  • Police Still Searching For Suspect In Shootings Near U of I Campus
    A search continues to find the suspect involved in a deadly shooting near the University of Illinois campus in Champaign.  Police say George Korchev and three others were found shot early Sunday in the 300 block of East Green Street after a fight broke out during a nearby apartment party.  Korchev died at the hospital while the other victims suffered non-life threatening injuries.  Authorities are reviewing footage from surveillance cameras and cell phone videos to try determine who the shooter is.
  • Video Gaming Price Tag: Three-Quarters Of A Billion Dollars
    Video gaming is making a lot of money for government in Illinois. The Lee Newspapers crunched the numbers and say video poker machines across the state have earned 785-million dollars for state and local governments since late 2012. Six of the top ten cities for both video gaming terminals and money made are in downstate Illinois. None of them are in western Illinois. 
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  • Chicago teachers get OK to strike after public vote; walkout by Oct. 11 possible
    shutterstock_320995661ILLINOIS NEWS NETWORK The state’s largest teachers’ union has given the green light for its leaders to strike, but this time around, the votes are public...
  • Illinois observes its first Gold Star Families Day
    IMG_2735Illinois will now honor Gold Star Families Day. (Photo provided by the State of Illinois) ILLINOIS NEWS NETWORK Illinois mothers who lost children in service to the U.S. military have a day in their honor, and now the entire family does too. The last Monday in September, a day after Gold Star Mother’s Day, is […] The post Illinois observes its first Gold Star Families Day appeared first on Illinois News Network.
  • In ruling’s wake, how to raise juror pay deliberated anew
    shutterstock_420992914ILLINOIS NEWS NETWORK The question of how to increase jury pay in Illinois without hitting taxpayers’ wallets is back after last week’s Illinois Supreme Court ruling struck down six-person civil juries as unconstitutional...
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Morning Buzz w/Tom Davis Podcasts
  • Morning Buzz 9/27/16 5am
    Eye Opener–Debate: Lester “Candy Man” Holt has 5 Candy Crowley Moments–Obama Was In On The Hillary Email Sham
  • Morning Buzz 9/26/16 8am
    Debate–Shootings in Champaign and in Houston–Gov’t Docs Leaked on Terrorist Interactions: Nearly 8000 Last Year in the US–Sports Shorts and Vin Sculley’s Last Call at Dodger Stadium–Signs of the Apocalypse
  • Morning Buzz 9/26/16 7am
    Debate Preview with Fox’s Rachel Sutherland–Syria and Russia Mess with Fox’s Jessica Golloher–Possible Gov’t Shutdown by Friday w/Fox’s Jon Decker at the WHite House–Debate Special Treatment Requested by Hillary 
  • Morning Buzz 9/26/16 6am
    Debate Preview–Debate Hillary Special  Treatment–FBI Emailgate Was a Sham–Arnolf Palmer Obit–Debate Preview Update
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