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Barb Ickes' column on one of the two suspects charged Wednesday with first-degree murder in the shooting death of Ayana Culbreath generated a lot of interest and response. Reminder: Columns are not the same as news articles. Opinions are allowed.
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+ Exelon Generation announced Thursday that it has formally notified grid operator PJM Interconnection of its plans to retire the Quad-Cities Generating Station in Cordova on June 1, 2018. Jennifer DeWitt has the details.
+ Secretary of State Jesse White's office has yet to decide whether it will begin mailing license plate registration sticker renewal notices to drivers again. From Jan. 1 through June 20, 2015, 214,467 drivers were charged a $20 late fee, bringing in nearly $4.3 million in revenue to the state. During the same period this year -- without the reminders -- the number more than doubled to 476,551 drivers, bringing in $9.5 million. Dan Petrella has more.
Man fatally shot by police in Minnesota; video investigated https://t.co/QpXyviiF1u— QCT Nation (@QCTnation) July 7, 2016
Mallards not among two ECHL teams up for sale https://t.co/B4rb1STB3C— Bobby Metcalf (@BobbyMetcalf88) July 7, 2016
Weather permitting, tonight is opening round of 4A/5A softball regionals. I'll have Central DeWitt (18-19) at North Scott (14-25). #iahssb— Matt Coss (@mattcoss78) July 7, 2016
Partly cloudy with a slight chance of thunderstorms tonight and a low around 70. Friday brings the heat with a mainly sunny sky 88-degree highs.
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