State To Provide $45M In Relief Funds For Tornado Damage
Gov. Pat Quinn said the state is stepping in with $45 million in disaster relief funds to help local governments recover from last November's tornados, after the federal government turned them down.
BluePearl Veterinary Partners answers general questions of accounting
How are is it to get records and a cost analysis on a single dog like Lad at BluePearl? The clinic that Lad, the collie whose lower jaw was removed due to gunshot wounds, responded to some basic questions about its general procedure.
Adam Kinzinger fills out ABC's This Week Quiz
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Chicago Jewish Community
Reaching out, short or far
It was an interesting mix of things-delayed and instant gratification, involved planning and intense spontaneity, familiar faces and faces that became familiar and faces that I'll probably never see again, long hours of work and leaving with a deep, joyous satisfaction after five days.
Lawmakers push for FEMA reform
U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk and U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis said Friday they're hopeful that legislation to reform FEMA's formula for awarding disaster assistance can be revised.
Lab Management Today
The BRIDGE is an online network from LMT dedicated exclusively for members of the Dental Laboratory community.
US News & World Report
Virginia Joins Growing Number of States Supporting Transgender Athletes
Virginia became the most recent in a growing number of states with transgender-inclusive sports policies Wednesday when its governing body of high school sports unanimously approved the participation of transgender athletes in sports based on the gender with which they identify.
The Legal Record
Eureka College Gives Washington's Mayor New Leadership Award
Washington Mayor Gary Manier is the recipient of the inaugural President's Servant Leader Award from Eureka College.
News 4 Jax
Stunning before and after pics of last year's Washington, IL tornado
Google has released stunning updated satellite images from Washington, Illinois where a gargantuan EF-4 tornado ate half the town on November 17th, 2013.
Taylor Stubblefield to coach wide receivers, Roderick moves to QBs
Utah continues to finalize its coaching changes with the addition of Taylor Stubblefield as wide receivers coach and the move of Aaron Roderick to quarterbacks.
As we trudge thru one of the snowiest and coldest winters on record, many of us are looking toward spring.
Rantoul official helps Washington recover from tornado
A village of Rantoul official has played a prominent role in assisting the tornado-ravaged community of Washington, Ill., in its rebuilding efforts.