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Alton Police Captain Scott Waldrup may learn his fate today.  The Alton Civil Service Commission is scheduled to meet this morning at 9:00 to discuss the report and vote on the recommendation of
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U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk feels it's time to cut off talks with Iran. Another deadline looms in the talks to curb Iran's nuclear program in exchange for the lifting of economic sanctions. Having already mi
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Tuesday's special primary election in the 18th Congressional District – covering Quincy, Jacksonville, and parts of Springfield, Bloomington, and Peoria – comes down to two things, says Un
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A new connector road between Alton and Godfrey will be the topic of another meeting next week.  On July 15th from 4-7pm at Alton High School, representatives from the Illinois Department of Trans
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Alton is known widely for its gentle giant and haunted buildings but the city is also home to some of the most beautiful and historic churches around. On Saturday at 10a.m.The Alton Regional Conventio
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The Illinois Cuba Working Group is optimistic about the prospects for Illinois commodities getting into Cuba, as relations continue to thaw between that country and the U.S. Adam Nielsen of the Illin
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An art and music show will take place in Alton to feature local artists and musicians geared toward a specific theme. The Redemption Art and Music show will kick off at the end of the month. The Theme
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If you are heading into Missouri today, it should be a much smoother commute than in the past few weeks. That is because the southbound lanes have been inspected and cleaned up following more than two
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Knowledge is power against Asian carp.“We're much more informed; certainly, Downstate, people will recognize there's a lot of carp into the water,” says Kevin Irons, invasive species proje
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The chairman of the state Board of Education wants to focus on third grade. The Rev. James T. Meeks says students who fall behind at that point have a hard time catching up, and they are ultimately mo
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