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A Rehab Program That Follows Up On Cancer Treatment

By Jim Meadows


(Duration: 4:55)

Logo for the STAR Program.

Physical therapist Stephanie Dotson talks with Illinois Public Media's Jim Meadows about the STAR cancer rehabilitation program at OSF St. Joseph Medical Center in Bloomington.

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Indiana Native Kassig Remembered As One Who Served, Regardless Of Risk

By Christopher Ayers


(Duration: 3:02)

Indiana native Peter Kassig, who was captured and killed by ISIS.

The U-S government confirmed the authenticity of a video released Sunday showing the murder of 26-year-old Abdul-Rahman Kassig, formerly known as Peter. Kassig felt compelled to serve others, regardless of the risk.

Categories: International Affairs

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After Tornado, Rebuild In Washington Is Steady, But Slow

By Alex Rusciano


(Duration: 2:48)

Families continue to move back into Washington, Illinois a year after an EF4 tornado damaged or destroyed more than 1,100 homes. The majority of destroyed properties are getting rebuilt. And the surge of new construction coupled with returning residents has the city on track to be bigger and potentially better.

Categories: Community

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Gifford Recovers in 2014, Looks Ahead

by Jeff Bossert


(Duration: 4:08)

A home destroyed by the November 2013 tornado in Gifford.

Monday marks a year since a half-mile wide tornado tore through the Champaign County town of Gifford. But a visit today to the community of 1,000 shows many signs of resilience.

Categories: Economics, Government

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