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Planned Parenthood earns win in suit over Missouri funding

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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - A St. Louis judge says Missouri's Republican-led Legislature cannot cut off funding to abortion providers and their affiliates.

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Flooding often means more mosquitoes

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SPRINGFIELD (WSIL) -- The months of rain and flooding have created conditions ripe for floodwater mosquitoes (Aedes vexans).

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Megadeth cancels Illinois State Fair stop

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SPRINGFIELD (WHOI) -- Megadeth leader Dave Mustaine has been diagnosed with throat cancer. The band was set to open the Illinois State Fair on August 9, but has canceled most of their 2019 shows.

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IDPH expands newborn screening

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(WSIL) -- The Illinois Department of Public Health announced Monday that it's rolling out a test for adrenoleukodystrophy (ALD) for all newborn babies statewide.

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Flour recalled over E. coli concerns

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(WSIL) -- Thousands of cases of all-purpose flour are being recalled because they might contain E. coli.

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No cost clinic in Cairo

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CAIRO (WSIL) --  The Armed Forces has set up a temporary no cost clinic in Cairo.

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Haven House assisted living home for veterans to open in Marion Video included

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MARION (WSIL) -- A new assisted living home for Veterans is opening in Marion.

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Senior therapy group debuts at Union County Hospital

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ANNA (WSIL) -- The Senior Solutions Service Line is an outpatient group therapy program.

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WSIL Summer Blood Drives return this Friday & Saturday Video included

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(WSIL) -- You have an opportunity to give the gift of life at the upcoming WSIL Summer Blood Drives. 

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Former President Jimmy Carter returns to teach Sunday school

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PLAINS, Ga. (AP) - Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter is back to teaching Sunday school in Georgia after taking time off to undergo surgery for a broken hip. 

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Deaths from falls among older Americans are on the rise

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CHICAGO (AP) - New research shows fatal falls have nearly tripled in older Americans in recent years, rising to more than 25,000 annual deaths.

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