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Thursday, August 23, 2007


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Wednesday, Aug. 22:

  • Public hearing on consolidation

  • NO mad cow disease cases in Illinois
    Cases of human brain-wasting disease often confused and misreported as BSE, more commonly referred to as mad cow disease

  • Gov. Blagojevich signs law expanding state's earned income tax credit to 100,000 more Illinoisans

  • Gov. Blagojevich asks for federal assistance for Winnebago and Stephenson counties after flooding

  • Illinois ex-governor's conviction upheld

  • Midwest flooding death toll reaches 22

  • Utah mine boss defends efforts

  • YouTube videos to have 'overlay' ads

  • NASA looks ahead to 3 more space shuttle launches at risk before permanent foam fix

  • Environmentalists win White House suit

  • Room spins after teacher-astronaut lands

  • Dive set to begin at supposed Blackbeard shipwreck

  • Dean batters oil installations in Mexico

  • Dean third-most intense hurricane ever

  • Iraq leader lashes out at U.S. critics

  • U.S.: Iran cooperation insufficient

  • Venezuela Congress OKs Chavez's reforms

  • Ohio county settles morgue photos suit

  • Spoon drop saves woman from house blast

  • Arm-wrestling game recalled in Japan

  • Bush: History to prove Iraq war worth it

  • Obama's Cuba stand breaks rank

  • Today in history

  • The nation's weather

  • Tribune shareholders OK $8.2B buyout

  • Wal-Mart: Melamine traces in dog treats

  • Patents filed by foreigners in U.S. triples

  • Gas station owners allege price fixing

  • Wall Street heads to higher open

  • Agriculture futures rally

  • Vet's dream coming true, walking Route 66

  • Oasis update

  • Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease and variant CJD

  • Scientists drug-test whole cities

  • LJHS vs. Chatham-Glenwood

  • Floyd rallies Cubs to 5-1 win

  • Cardinals beat Marlins 5-2

  • Bonds' 756th ball going to auction

  • NL roundup: Mets, Phillies beat NL West foes

  • AL roundup: Anderson gets 10 RBIs in Angels win

  • Team standings, schedules & scores

  • Busch wins rain-delayed Nextel Cup race

  • Vick may still face charges in state court

  • ISU clinic helps women learn about football

Tuesday, Aug. 21

Monday, Aug. 20

Saturday, Aug. 18

Friday, Aug. 17

Thursday, Aug. 16