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  A Lindenhurst letter to the editor: Raising the minimum wage and supporting women’s rights go hand in hand. I was surprised to learn that two-thirds of the minimum wage workers are women. They hold most of the lowest-paying jobs, so they...

Women stand to benefit most from wage increase

Updated: 2/28/2014 03:57 PM

  EVANSVILLE, Ind. — An Evansville man has been arrested on charges he beat his 69-year-old mother to death.

Indiana man arrested in mother’s beating death

Updated: 3/3/2014 06:35 AM

  DU QUOIN, Ill. — Engineers are inspecting an office building in the southern Illinois town of Du Quoin after bricks fell from its facade and caused a gas leak.

Experts inspect Du Quoin building after bricks fall

Updated: 3/3/2014 06:09 AM

  Chicago Democratic Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Republican gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner have a few things in common, most notably wealthy political donors.

Report: Emanuel, Rauner have common donors

Updated: 3/3/2014 06:09 AM

  FESTUS, Mo. — Two Illinois children have been killed in an eastern Missouri crash after the driver of their car turned left in front of an oncoming pickup truck.

2 Illinois children killed in Missouri car crash

Updated: 3/3/2014 06:08 AM

  SPRINGFIELD, Ill. — State agricultural officials and some lawmakers say private money could help make major repairs at the Illinois State Fairgrounds.

Plan would use private funds to fix fairgrounds

Updated: 3/3/2014 06:08 AM

  SPRINGFIELD — Early voting begins for the March 18 primary begins across Illinois on Monday.

Early voting begins Monday across Illinois

Updated: 3/3/2014 06:08 AM

  A new report says electricity deregulation has saved Illinois customers up to $37 billion over the past 16 years.

Report: Illinois electric deregulation saved $37B

Updated: 3/3/2014 06:08 AM

  MADISON, Wis. — The Legislature’s mining committees are set to take comments on a bill that would shield existing sand mines from new regulations.

Wisconsin committees to consider new mine bill

Updated: 3/3/2014 06:07 AM

  INDIANAPOLIS — A student from a northern Indiana high school has won her second consecutive championship in a statewide poetry reading competition.

Plymouth student is repeat poetry champion

Updated: 3/3/2014 06:07 AM

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