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Wednesday, August 15, 2007


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Tuesday, Aug. 14:

  • Radio show to focus on little-known museum in Lincoln

  • First lady Patricia Blagojevich dedicates Blue Star Memorial on 'Veterans Day' at the state fair

  • New state task force to address issues affecting the African-American community

  • Category 3 Hurricane Flossie heads for Hawaii

  • Rescuers searching for 6 missing miners in Utah look to farthest section of mine

  • Naperville mother kills self, 2 kids in fire

  • Triple-digit heat wave topples records, blamed for deaths in at least 6 states

  • Tropical depression forms in E. Atlantic

  • Minnesota picks designs for new bridge

  • Mattel to recall more Chinese-made toys

  • Lincoln may have had facial defect

  • About 16,000 U.S. and Iraqi troops start new operation targeting insurgents north of Baghdad

  • Sweden suspends Iraq flights

  • Analysis: Rove helped make, break Bush

  • China is becoming an issue in 2008 race

  • 83-year-old skydiver reaches 100 jumps

  • UFO 'debris' lands in Maryland park

  • Today in history

  • The nation's weather

  • At the Illinois State Fair: Seniors educated on various services available
    Red Hat Society covers lawn in purple and red

  • Grand Funk Railroad cancels Illinois State Fair performance

  • Free new state maps made available through corporate sponsorship with Best Western Hotels of Illinois

  • Gov. Blagojevich signs bill to increase penalties for identity thieves targeting Illinois' service members

  • Stocks head for flat open

  • Consumer satisfaction with cars high

  • Weekly Outlook: Crop production forecasts

  • Agriculture futures fall in Chicago

  • Historical society speaker presents historical preservation of buildings and homes

  • Logan County Health Department July food inspection scores

  • Internet-marketed product to treat high cholesterol found to contain unauthorized drug

  • Consumers warned to avoid eating raw oysters from southern tip of Hood Canal in Washington state
    Warning follows bacterial illness outbreak

  • Scientist searches for anti-alcohol drug

  • Scientists seek better tests for Lyme

  • NL roundup: Bonds cheered in Pittsburgh; Giants lose

  • AL roundup: Sexson hits walk-off homer against Twins

  • Bonds says 2008 season likely his last

  • Team standings, schedules & scores

Monday, Aug. 13

Saturday, Aug. 11

Friday, Aug. 10

Thursday, Aug. 9

Wednesday, Aug. 8