EXCHANGE: Bee numbers down, but everyone can fight problem
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EXCHANGE: Bee numbers down, but everyone can fight problem

ILLINOIS EXCHANGE: Bee populations still down but everyone can fight the problem

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Ex-Illinois prosecutor's 2nd murder trial set for next week

A retrial is set to begin next week for a former Illinois prosecutor charged with first-degree murder for the 2006 death of his first wife

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Cleanup begins at Springfield's former Pillsbury Mills plant

Work has started to remove asbestos from the long-abandoned former Pillsbury Mills plant in Springfield

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Chicago commuter rail buys shooting range for its officers

Officials with Metra say their police officers will likely start training at the Chicago commuter rail line's own shooting range this spring

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Image of Abraham Lincoln donated to Macon County Courthouse

A copy of a well-known portrait of President Abraham Lincoln is now hanging inside the Macon County Courthouse in Decatur

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GOP rips Illinois comptroller for buying used $32K SUV

Illinois Republicans are criticizing Democratic Comptroller Susana Mendoza for spending $32,000 on a used SUV when Illinois is months behind in paying its bills

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Correction: Chicago Violence-Officer story

Correction: Chicago Violence-Officer story

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Ex-doctor sentenced for prescribing drugs to 3 who overdosed

A former northern Illinois doctor has been sentenced to federal prison for prescribing drugs that prosecutors say contributed to three deadly overdoses

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S. Illinois officials monitor use of deadly synthetic opioid

Williamson County officials are monitoring the use of an opioid they say was recently introduced in the area and poses a major threat of overdose

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SIU-Carbondale narrows chancellor search to 7 semifinalists

Seven semifinalists are in the running to be the next chancellor of Southern Illinois University's Carbondale campus