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    Local leaders push for state lawmakers to restore millions in early educational funds

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    PEORIA, Ill. -- Across Central Illinois hundreds of early education programs as well as families depend on state funding to keep their early education programs afloat.

  • Students celebrate Shakespeare's birthday

    Today at 5:47 PM

    NORMAL, Ill. -- Theater enthusiasts from across the country cut the cake for a very important thespian Wednesday.

  • Pension reform could create more retirees

    Today at 5:30 PM

    NORMAL,IL--Colleges and universities like Illinois State could see a huge wave of retirements this fiscal year due to a stipulation in the new pension reform law. Under the money purchase option retirees could see a drop in pension payments due to an interest rate adjustment.

  • Quinn: Increase MAP Grants

    Today at 5:21 PM

    PEORIA,IL--Governor Pat Quinn wants to increase the Monetary Award Program for college students, by 50 million dollars. Quinn stopped by Bradley University Wednesday to talk with students about his MAP proposal for this fiscal year. Quinn's increase for the MAP program would bring the state allocation to 423 million dollars.

  • UPDATE: Fake Twitter account suspect will not be charged

    Today at 5:02 PM

    PEORIA, Ill. -- The Peoria County State's Attorney says the man who allegedly created the @peoriamayor Twitter account will not be charged for impersonating a public figure.

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