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  The suspect in the Florida deaths of his ex-girlfriend, her new boyfriend and her parents said in a jailhouse interview he was just in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Suspect in quadruple killings says he didn’t do it

Updated: 9/10/2014 09:35 AM

  With a new Iraqi government finally in place and a growing Mideast consensus on defeating insurgent threats, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry pressed Iraq’s Shiite leader on Wednesday to quickly deliver more power to wary Sunnis — or...

Kerry, Iraqi PM embrace unity to defeat insurgency

Updated: 9/10/2014 08:53 AM

  A large abstract steel sculpture damaged when a truck struck it after crossing the lawn of the Fort Wayne Museum of Art has been repaired and is scheduled to be reinstalled.

Repaired steel sculpture to return to Fort Wayne

Updated: 9/10/2014 08:31 AM

  Wisconsin wildlife officials say a deadly bat disease hasn’t spread beyond a single Grant County mine. The Department of Natural Resources found signs of white-nose syndrome in the mine during surveys of 135 mines and caves between January...

Wisconsin DNR says bat disease limited to 1 mine

Updated: 9/10/2014 08:31 AM

  A former Wisconsin man accused of killing his half brother and then hiding the body would torment the autistic man, beating him with a board and shooting him with a BB gun, a prosecutor alleged in opening statements Tuesday.

Prosecutor: Wisconsin man tormented half brother

Updated: 9/10/2014 08:31 AM

  A man whose accusation of brutality prompted the suspension of a Chicago Police Department commander has filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the official and the city of Chicago.

Police official accused of threatening man sued

Updated: 9/10/2014 08:29 AM

  Local governments will get more than $1.5 million in grants to inspect pollution-control facilities such as landfills and to investigate complaints about illegal dumping, Illinois officials said Tuesday.

19 Illinois communities get landfill grants

Updated: 9/10/2014 08:29 AM

  The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded more than $8.4 million to research centers at Northwestern University and the University of Illinois. In a news release, U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin, U.S. Rep Bill Foster and U.S. Rep. Jan Schakowsky announced...

2 Illinois schools get $8.435 million from DOE

Updated: 9/10/2014 08:29 AM

  BLOOMINGTON — Illinois State University’s solar car team plans to travel the United Arab Emirates to show off its alternative energy vehicle.

Illinois State team takes part in solar challenge

Updated: 9/10/2014 08:29 AM

  Products made by Illinois prison inmates will be demonstrated and displayed in Springfield starting Wednesday.

Springfield open house shows inmate-made products

Updated: 9/10/2014 08:29 AM

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