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  A proposal to open a new medical school at the University of Illinois’ flagship campus has the mayor of Urbana worried it could cost the town property taxes.

Mayor: Will U of I med school plan hurt tax base?

Updated: 5/5/2014 04:13 PM

  Hundreds of people — including Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose — gathered at a church on the city’s South Side to pay their respects to a 14-year-old girl who was shot to death last week.

Bulls star pays tribute to slain teen

Updated: 5/5/2014 04:09 PM

  [No Paragraph Style]NewsThe Palatine Public Library District will accept food donations from patrons as a way to pay down library fines until the end of May, according to the district's website. The program, called “Food for Fines,”...

Palatine Library District accepting food for fines

Updated: 5/5/2014 03:46 PM

  Compassion4Campers, the program which supports homeless PADS clients while the church-based rotating shelter sites are shut down for the warmer months, is gearing up for a third year of service and is seeking volunteers to help out.

Compassion4Campers seeks volunteers to feed, aid homeless

Updated: 5/5/2014 04:01 PM

  Raising a worldwide alarm, the World Health Organization announced Monday that spread of polio is an international public health emergency that could grow in the next few months and unravel the nearly three-decade effort to eradicate the crippling...

Spread of polio now a world health emergency

Updated: 5/5/2014 10:07 AM

  When enrolled members of the Ho-Chunk Nation turn 18 and earn a high school diploma, they receive trust funds in a lump sum that can exceed $200,000. But too many burn through their cash recklessly, ending up with little to show. Tribal leaders are...

Ho-Chunk may change how they dole out trust funds

Updated: 5/5/2014 09:42 AM

  An Evansville man has been arrested on charges he struck his small dog with a golf club and told police who responded that he had the right to do it.

Indiana man tells police he has right to kill dog

Updated: 5/5/2014 09:40 AM

  Indiana University officials are working on plans for taking over the old Wishard Hospital complex in downtown Indianapolis and converting it into a hub for health science students and researchers.

IU considers life sciences hub at former hospital

Updated: 5/5/2014 09:38 AM

  No doubt about it, preparing for college can be daunting. There’s the searching, choosing, figuring out the financials, applying for scholarships and filling out lengthy applications. If you need help with making the process a little...

Schaumburg library to offer teens ‘College Bootcamp’

Updated: 5/5/2014 08:37 AM

  Baby gates meant to protect young children aren’t always as safe as parents think. A new study says nearly 2,000 U.S. kids get emergency room treatment each year from injuries resulting from falling through or climbing on these gates.

Baby safety gates aren’t always safe, study finds

Updated: 5/5/2014 07:57 AM

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