Harrisburg Murder Suspect Charged with Attempted KidnappingBrian T. Burns, who is charged with murder of his wife Carla Burns in March, is now accused of contacting an undercover detective to kidnap his prosecutor.
Family-Friendly Travel Guide To Hershey, PennsylvaniaFamily friendly guide to the "Sweetest Place on Earth," Hershey, Pennsylvania.
Mine Simulator in Harrisburg Aims to Make Mining SaferWork is underway on a new Illinois mine that won't produce a single piece of usable ore.
Ill. Lawmakers Seek Compromise on Gun Crime Sentencing BillThe sponsor earlier pulled the bill over concerns voiced by the National Rifle Association and pro-gun lawmakers.
Ill. Gov. Quinn Expected To Sign Concealed Carry Law TodayA spokesperson for Quinn's office will only say that he will "act in the interest of public safety" but the bill's sponsor is concerned.
Court Fight Could Hold Up Concealed Carry In Illinois"Until the Supreme Court of the United States has spoken, state courts are not precluded from exercising their own judgments on federal constitutional measures"
Monuments Dedicated To Harrisburg Tornado VictimsThe monuments to victims of the Feb. 29 tornado were dedicated Thursday outside Harrisburg Medical Center.
Federal Funds Available In Ill. For Tornado FixesProperty owners affected by the deadly February tornadoes that raked southern Illinois are eligible for federal funds for rehabbing their houses.
Hey Kids, How About A Four-Day School Week?Harrisburg Superintendent Lynn Proctor says the district expects to save big and adds the change doesn't seem to have affected grades.
Quinn Will Appeal FEMA's Denial Of Tornado Disaster AidIll. Gov. says more homes suffered damage than originally believed.
FEMA Taking a Second Look at HarrisburgFEMA administrator is allowing the state to recalculate the level of damage in the wake of Feb. 29 storms that killed seven people.
FEMA Denies Aid For Tornado-Ravaged Southern Illinois"It has been determined that the damage was not of such severity and magnitude as to be beyond the capabilities of the State."

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