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House Speaker John Boehner's job is safe despite passing another big bill that most of his Republican colleagues opposed.
Your daily look at the stories that will be talked about today.
Jackson watched the Buckeyes' 81-57 victory over Nebraska last Thursday.
The U.S. and Iranian foreign ministers are beginning a third day of talks over Iran's nuclear program.
Springfield Public Schools is putting a plan in place if state budget cuts end up meaning cutting at least two state aid payments.
It's not unusual for Springfield to host conventions for collectors of certain types of memorabilia, but this is a first.
The Sangamon County Sheriff's Office is warning of a jury duty scam that's so far affected several people.
Poe is back in the saddle after being sidelined for months due to a blood disorder.
Winter is over -- at least for the people who study the weather.
Springfield's Memorial Medical Center has a new surgical center.
After saying that singers "avoid" duets with her, the "American Idol" star finally found a partner.
Police in one New Hampshire town are rewarding residents for doing the right thing.
The Israeli Prime Minister called for action over Iran's nuclear program.
Tim Butler of Springfield took the oath of office in a ceremony.
A bill for a penny-per-ounce tax, with the proceeds to fund public health and anti-obesity efforts, is again in the Illinois General Assembly.
The court will consider a conservative challenge to tax subsidies critical to the measure's implementation.
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