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Wednesday, June 20, 2007


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Tuesday, June 19:

  • City briefs
    City officials approve energy-saving purchase and building bonds

  • Road closure in Broadwell Township

  • State fire marshal urges fireworks safety as part of governor's campaign to keep families cool and safe this summer

  • Gov. Blagojevich announces new funding to expand services for children with developmental disabilities

  • Indiana scientist awarded World Food Prize

  • Study: Iraq world's No. 2 failed state

  • Obama calls Clinton memo 'dumb mistake'

  • Unions still hold appeal for Democrats

  • Chicago woman's body missing from morgue

  • Falling totem pole kills boy at Pennsylvania camp

  • Petite woman downs 26 franks in 12 minutes

  • Cops have run-in with 'masked intruder'

  • World's oldest man gets certified

  • This day in history

  • The nation's weather

  • Grains fall, soybeans rise

  • Weekly Outlook: USDA reports

  • Baker attends Iowa Show Lamb Camp

  • N.D. farmers sue DEA to grow hemp crop

  • Sparks family reunion

  • State health director warns of salmonella contamination when handling birds

  • CDC: Antiques can pose mercury hazard

  • Alcohol more potent after fat surgery

  • Can motion sensors predict dementia?

  • Lincoln Christian College sports camps

  • Shetland baseball

  • Peasley vs. Mason City A

  • Bowling: Super Four League

  • Tuesday sports lineup

  • Monday's sports scoreboard

  • Thome rules interleague as ChiSox win

  • Perez gets rare win as Royals top Cards

  • Cubs' Lee, Padres' Young suspended

Monday, June 18

Saturday, June 16

Friday, June 15

Thursday, June 14

Wednesday, June 13