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Police: Woman stops for gas, finds stranger in her trunk

Authorities say a Kentucky woman stopped for gas while driving through Tennessee and noticed her trunk wasn't closed all the way. Millersville, Tennessee, police tell reporters that's when the driver inspected the... More>>

Reward offered for info about Kentucky explosives theft

Federal and state officials are investigating the theft of explosives from a construction site in Kentucky and have offered a reward. More>>

Family: Eddie Money, 'Two Tickets to Paradise' singer, dies


Eddie Money, the husky-voiced, blue collar rock star known for such hits as "Two Tickets to Paradise" and "Take Me Home Tonight," has died at 70


State Dept. of Insurance helps Illinoisans collect more than $15M this year


September is Life Insurance Awareness Month; If you think an insurance company failed to pay after a loved one passed on, the Illinois Department of Insurance is here to help.


St. Louis area 3-year-old kills himself with gun in bedroom

Another shooting has claimed the life of a child in the St. Louis area, but police say they believe the child found the gun in a bedroom and shot himself.


University of Illinois system says enrollment at record high

The University of Illinois has identified 14 applicants that have abused the financial aid system. The University of Illinois has identified 14 applicants that have abused the financial aid system.

The University of Illinois system is reporting enrollment at its three campuses has reached a record high of 88,861 students.


Missouri confirms 2 vaping illnesses, studying 7 other cases

Missouri health officials have confirmed two state residents are suffering from lung illnesses related to vaping, and seven other possible cases are being investigated.


Kentucky candidates focus on abortion, gambling

Republican Gov. Matt Bevin and Democratic challenger Andy Beshear have returned to familiar themes - abortion and gambling - as they compete to set the tone of their campaign.


Seizure of 3K THC-filled vaping cartridges leads to charges

A southern California man has been charged with a dozen felonies more than a year after he was stopped on a Missouri highway with about 3,000 vaping cartridges filled with THC oil.


Charge dropped, at least for now, in woman's fatal fall

St. Louis prosecutors have dismissed a charge filed against a newlywed whose wife was found dead at the bottom of a parking garage near Busch Stadium after a game, but the charge is expected to be re-filed. More>>

Ransomware locks Rockford Public Schools' phones, internet

Public schools in Rockford, Illinois are operating without internet, telephone or computer systems that track student attendance because of a ransomware attack. More>>

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