In this Aug. 29, 1983 file photo, Illinois state Sen. Philip J. Rock, D-Oak Park, announces his candidacy for the U.S. Senate in Chicago, Ill.

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January 29, 2016 - News Local/State

Philip Rock, Illinois Senate President For 14 Years, Dies

Former Illinois Senate President Philip Rock has died.  He was 78.  The Democrat from Oak Park served 14 years in charge of the Senate, the longest tenure in the chamber's history.  He left in 1993. 

Hoopeston native Thad Matta watches Illini Michael Finke launch a three-point attempt.

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January 29, 2016 - News Local/State

Ohio State Downs Illinois In Overtime, 68-63

Trevor Thompson scored 16 points and Ohio State survived a furious comeback by Illinois to win in overtime Thursday night, 68-63.

Entrance of Carle Foundation Hospital Trauma Center

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January 28, 2016 - News Local/State

Carle To Appeal Ruling On State Law Regarding Tax Exemption

Carle will file its appeal to the Illinois Supreme Court by the February 9th deadline.  Earlier this month, a state appellate court ruled Illinois' law governing when hospitals are property tax exempt for charity care is unconstitutional. A Carle spokesperson says it's about "protecting the community's health care resources."

n this Wednesday photo, Illinois House Minority Leader Jim Durkin, R-Western Springs, speaks to lawmakers after Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner delivered his State of the State address.  Durkin called Democrats' Thurday proposal to fund MAP grants &#

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January 28, 2016 - News Local/State

Illinois GOP Calls Democrats’ College Spending Bill A Hoax

Democratic legislators have approved $721 million for tuition grants and community colleges. But Republicans call it an empty promise because Illinois still doesn't have a budget.  Gov. Bruce Rauner has already indicated he'll veto the measure.

A community member at a blood pressure check-up

Avicenna Community Health Center

January 28, 2016 - News Local/State

Avicenna Free Clinic Focuses On Healthy Living

Free and charitable clinics continue to play a vital role in Champaign County, where more than 12,500 people are without health insurance. Avicenna is one of four free clinics in Champaign-Urbana. By coupling traditional medicine with lifestyle management, their health care team aims to do more than just treat illnesses as they arise.

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