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Cullerton’s Son Is in Trouble

Carroll Cullerton accused of groping a woman in a bar in Memphis

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Lawmaker Questions Objectivity of JDC Study

Lead researcher has ties to Arc, which advocates closure

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New Entries to National Register

Downstate entries include Salem Baptist Church in Alton and Zoe Theater in Pittsfield

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Keeping Up with History

Language and technology changes can challenge present and future historians

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Today in entertainment history: July 7

A look back on the Hollywood headlines of years past.

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I-55 Cycle Crash Kills Two

Driver slowed to avoid another crash

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Former U.S. Sen. Alan Dixon Dies at Home

Former Democratic U.S. Sen. Alan Dixon of Illinois has died.

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AARP: Keep Elderly Citizens At Home

AARP says many elderly citizens could explore home and community-based services before nursing home.

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ATV Accident: Investigation Continues

Investigators continue to examine circumstances behind ATV accident.

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Fireworks: Delayed Explosion Injures A Dozen Spectators

A delayed explosion injures a dozen spectators at Peoria fireworks display.

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Boating Safety: Governor signs Several Measures

Governor Pat Quinn signs three measures to increase boater safety.

Governor Quinn Signs Historic Pension Reform

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Quinn Signs Illinois Boater Safety Regulations

Gov. Pat Quinn has approved several laws aimed at increasing boater safety on a holiday weekend that many Illinois residents…

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Illinois Celebrates the 4th of July with Parades, Fireworks

Communities across Illinois are celebrating Independence Day with parades, ice cream socials, fishing derbies and fireworks. In the central Illinois…

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Summertime fails

Summer means fun in the sun. Just try not to follow in these people's footsteps.

New film "Snowpiercer" director Bong Joon-Ho, seated left, accomanied by actors, seated from second left, Chris Evans, Tilda Swinton, Ko A-sung and Song Kang-Ho, speaks at a press conference of their film in Seoul, South Korea, Monday, July 29, 2013. The Korean/American sci-fi thriller is to be released in South Korea on Aug. 1.

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REVIEW: ‘Snowpiercer’ is a refreshing summer thriller

The most thrilling ride of the summer may not be at the amusement park after all!

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Today is the 60th anniversary of Elvis’ first recording

On July 5, 1954, a19-year-old Presley recorded a version of "That's All Right," and the career of the King was born.

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Ex-Illinois Governor Returns, Talks Death Penalty

George Ryan is a free man once again and shares his thoughts on the death penalty.

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Storms Hit Some Illinois Cornfields Hard

Some areas of Illinois saw damage to their corn crops due to storms Monday.

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Members of Congress Tour Large VA Facilities in their Districts

Members of Congress with big Veterans’ Administration facilities in or near their districts  know what to do: go there. U.…

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Want to smell like Tara Reid? No? Well now you can anyway

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Because everyone wants to smell like a B-list star battling sharks in an low-budget sci-fi film, there's "Shark by Tara."

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Def Leppard’s Vivian Campbell gets cancer all-clear – again

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The guitarist is cautiously optimistic after tests reveal he is in remission again.

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Rob Zombie starts crowd-funding campaign for killer clowns

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The rocker/filmmaker wants fans to help him make another horror flick.