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Wednesday, August 29, 2007


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Tuesday, Aug. 28:

  • Logan County Health Department chosen as pilot site for accreditation program
    Local department takes leadership in demonstrating quality and performance

  • Drivers urged to use extra caution around school zones and buses as more than 2 million Illinois kids head back to the classroom

  • Gov. Blagojevich issues state disaster declaration for LaSalle, Grundy counties for flooding

  • Governor sues Illinois House speaker [WGN radio]

  • Letter: Senate Republican Leader Frank Watson speaks out regarding state budget

  • Weather delays robot's search for miners

  • Army looks to Guard for recruiting help

  • FAA orders inspections of all newer 737s

  • N.M. officer killed in Bush motorcade crash

  • Deluged Wisconsin braces for more rain

  • Feds seize $400,000 of cocaine at O'Hare

  • Product recalls

  • Foreign firefighters join Greece battle

  • Taliban to release South Korean hostages

  • U.S., Iraqi forces kill 33 insurgents

  • Chinese miners ate coal while trapped

  • Wayward emu corralled in Wal-Mart parking lot

  • Bush: Fight against extremism is crucial

  • Sharp questions await Gonzales' successor

  • Today in history

  • The nation's weather

  • New law protects disabled Medicare beneficiaries from insurance discrimination

  • Teen who hacked iPhone trades gadget

  • Blast lowers profile for Virgin Galactic

  • Acer buying long-struggling Gateway

  • Stocks head toward lower opening

  • Farm Futures survey shows farmers ready to switch corn ground back to soybeans -- if the price is right

  • Weekly Outlook: Pork industry

  • Wheat and corn prices declined Monday

  • Bringing the war home
    'Central Illinois World War II Stories' will preview new Ken Burns film and feature local oral histories

  • New fine arts instructors at Lincoln College

  • Mississippi ranked fattest state in nation

  • Study eyes diabetes in pregnant women

  • Parents begin potty training at birth

  • LJHS baseball vs. Tremont

  • Logan Lanes bowling:

    • American Men's League

    • Split N Gutter League

  • Lincoln College coach William McCullum earns master's degree at United States Sports Academy

  • Illinois State vs. Drake game notes

  • Complete Illinois State men's basketball schedule released

  • White Sox beat Devil Rays 5-4

  • NL roundup: Utley lifts Phillies to win

  • AL roundup: Tigers rout Yankees, Mussina 16-0

  • Team standings, schedules & scores

  • Hewitt, Hingis, Blake at U.S. Open today

  • Vick submits guilty plea to judge

  • Carmelo leads U.S. to win over Mexico

Monday, Aug. 27

Saturday, Aug. 25

Friday, Aug. 24

Thursday, Aug. 23

Wednesday, Aug. 22