A worker cultivates a special strain of medical marijuana in Colorado Springs.

(AP Photo/Brennan Linsley, File)

News Local/State - October 02, 2014

Data Shows Competition To Start Up Medical Marijuana Facilities

Entrepreneurs looking to get in on the business side of Illinois' new medical marijuana program are facing fierce competition.  The state has come out with numbers showing just how much. 

Student protesters in Hong Kong resist during a change of shift for local police.

(Wong Maye-E/AP)

News National/International - October 02, 2014

Hong Kong Police Warn Not To Charge Government Buildings

Tensions are mounting in Hong Kong. Leaders of pro-democracy protesters are threatening to try to move into government buildings unless the Beijing-backed chief executive steps down.

Steven Salaita speaking at the University YMCA September 9.

(Jim Meadows/WILL)

News Local/State - October 01, 2014

Prof. Salaita Plans Speeches In Chicago Area

An academic who lost a University of Illinois job offer because of profane, anti-Israel Twitter messages plans a series of talks at Chicago-area universities.

An ambulance pulls out for a run from a Dallas fire station. An EMT crew there is on a 21 day quarantine.

(AP Photo/LM Otero)

News National/International - October 01, 2014

Team Seeks Anyone Who Encountered Ebola Patient

A team of federal health officials is tracking anyone who had close contact with a man who's now being treated for Ebola in a Dallas hospital.

the now-shuttered Dwight Correctional Center

(Jeff Bossert/WILL)

News Local/State - October 01, 2014

Watchdog: Gov Faces Challenge With Prison Population

Illinois prisons are handling about 17,000 more inmates then they were built for. A watchdog group says the state is at a turning point, and needs leadership from whoever is sworn in as governor in 2015.

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