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Iowa Gov. Reynolds to lead trade mission to Israel


Tick-borne illnesses growing among Illinois residents


Illinois could be 1st state with 'junk' credit due to budget


Illinois State Fair to offer mobile ticketing, parking pass


Sen. Ernst to sponsor bill aimed at assisting low-income families


Cedar Rapids mayor announces bid for Iowa governor


llinois governor signs repeat gun offender plan into law


Remains of Iowa airman returns home 73 years after being shot down in Italy


Iowa woman charged for performing surgery on her dog, killing it


Illinois Legislature continues work with another special session day


Southeastern Illinois College receives $2.5M donation


Lawmakers still divided over budget after 2nd session day


Trump's putdown of wind energy whips up a backlash in Iowa


Iowa couple charged after disabled woman burned in bath


Court date reset in Vegas for Illinois child killing suspect


$80,000 raised online for family of missing Chinese scholar


Chicago to host North American climate summit this fall


President Trump to visit Iowa community college ahead of Cedar Rapids rally


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Police Urge Treasure Hunters to Stop After Latest Death

A recent death isn't deterring treasure hunters in New Mexico from searching for a chest supposedly stuffed with unimaginable riches. Police want it to stop.

Trump Acknowledges Russian 'Meddling' in Tweet Criticizing Obama

President Donald Trump appeared to acknowledge Russian interference in the U.S. presidential election in a tweet criticizing the Obama administration.

At Least 15 Killed as 120 Feared Buried in Huge Landslide

Officials leading the rescue effort told the Chinese state news agency Xinhua that workers retrieved 15 bodies from the debris Saturday night.

Texas Mom Charged After 2 Toddlers Found Dead in Hot Car

A Texas mother was arrested in the deaths of her 2-year-old daughter and 1-year-old son, who police say were left in a hot car to teach a 'lesson.'

U.K. Lawmakers Hit by Possible Cyber Security Attack

As a precaution, lawmakers were blocked from remotely accessing emails outside of the secure network in Westminster.