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today. DNA testing by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has confirmed a
in Wayne County in late November.
It seems hackers got into the systems of three more retailers during the holiday shopping season. Find out which stores and who is behind it all on Heartland News at Five.
The people of Grand Tower, Ill. and the surrounding area will
what to do if the levee protecting them should break.
Last week's bitter temperatures and snow cost the state of Illinois about $14 million.
Road crews across Illinois are working to fill potholes that have popped up on roads after last week's blast of winter weather.
Rachel Gartner updates us on how drivers are adapting to the new hands free driving law in Illinois on Heartland News at Six.
Illinois residents have just begun applying for licenses to carry concealed weapons. But lawmakers have already begun
Illinois is creating a statewide system to
by people who have mental health problems.
Could brain training help your memory? Kadee Brosseau talked to residents at an assisted living facility who play brain games. Watch her story on Heartland News at Six.
Paducah, Kentucky has been named one of America's Best Main Streets by Fodor's Travel.
A family gathered for the funeral of a woman who died while on vacation found the wrong body in the casket.
Nine women in Sweden have successfully received transplanted wombs donated from relatives in an experimental procedure that has raised some ethical concerns.
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