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State Fair performers making hundreds of thousands - IL speed limit legislation - Student concussions

Illinois State Fair performers are making hundreds of thousands of dollars. How's the state paying for it? Illinois State Fair performers are making hundreds of thousands of dollars. How's the state paying for it?
The speed limit on rural interstates in Illinois could soon be going up. The speed limit on rural interstates in Illinois could soon be going up.
How are H. S. coaches dealing with student athlete concussions? Find out more at 6:00. How are H. S. coaches dealing with student athlete concussions? Find out more at 6:00.

Headliners at this year's Illinois State Fair are making hundreds of thousands of dollars. How are they paying for it with the state's financial problems? Hear from a southern Ill. lawmaker tonight at 5:00.

Bob Reeves says there are small chances of rain this weekend before the heat returns next week.

Governor Pat Quinn has until Monday to sign or veto legislation raising the speed limit on rural interstates in Illinois.

According to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC), a bridge inspector may have stopped the theft of a metal placard from a monument dedicating the Old U.S. 60 Tennessee River Bridge.

Lawmakers are warning federal energy officials that a delay in cleaning up a uranium enrichment plant being shut down in Paducah would endanger the region's health.

A Charleston woman is accused of receiving a shipment marijuana by mail.

A 3-year-old was injured after a two-vehicle crash Friday morning in western Kentucky.

The annual freshman move-in day is underway at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale.

The storybook summer continues for former Scott County Central High School All-Stater Otto Porter,Jr. Todd Richards has the story live tonight on Heartland Sports.

Allison Twaits talked to high school coaches at Anna-Jonesboro about concussion guidelines and what they are doing for student athlete's head injuries.

How are high school juniors and sophomores preparing for college? Christy Millweard tells us more tonight at 6:12.

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