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Budget Hopes Dim as Illinois House Property Tax Freeze FailsThe Republican governor, who is demanding the freeze, threatened to keep lawmakers in session over the July 4 holiday unless there is an agreement on a spending plan.
NAACP Alleges SWA Threatened Employees' Jobs If They Talk to News MediaSouthwest denies the letter came from the company.
Tonight's Powerball Drawing Could Be Illinois' LastIt could be lights out for Powerball in Illinois after tonight's drawing.
Turnstile Study for MetroLink ApprovedSupporters hope it would lower crime by keeping scofflaws of trains.
Chief Belmar: MetroLink Citations in County Will Be HonoredMetroLink scofflaws don't have safe haven in St. Louis County anymore.
Chesterfield Questions Merger MotivesChesterfield's Mayor joins the list of those not enthused about the prospect of city-county reunification.
Ill. House Advances Tax Relief BillIllinois House Democrats are advancing a property tax relief bill they say should meet the governor's requests.
Medicaid Cuts Could be Disastrous for Mo. SeniorsThe Senate Republican health care bill contains massive cuts to medicaid, even more than the house version of the bill.
St. Louis NAACP: Southwest Creating Discriminatory Environment at LambertThe president of St. Louis City's NAACP is accusing Southwest Airlines of racism at St. Louis-Lambert International Airport.
St. Charles Will Adhere to Intl. Building Code St. Charles County will adhere to the recommendations made in the latest version of the International Building Code
Circuit Court Judge Orders Gun Ban at Saint Louis ZooThere's disagreement even within families about whether the Zoo would be safer if concealed gun permit holders could go in with their guns.
Madigan: Democrats Draft Budget With 4 Days Left In Session"Four more days to send a balanced budget to my desk. Stop wasting time,'' Gov. Bruce Rauner says in a Tweet.

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