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Two Decatur women sought by police in separate gun threat incidents

DECATUR — Police said they are seeking two Decatur women involved in separate incidents of making threats with a gun. Detective Sgt. Steve Carroll with the Decatur Police Department said the first trouble occurred Friday night when a man said a 51-year-old woman pulled a gun and menaced him by pressing the barrel of the weapon against his teeth.
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Springfield May Modify Juneteenth Observance

The City of Springfield may make changes to how it observes the Juneteenth holiday. When the city adopted a formal observance of the holiday marking the end of slavery, it noted that its observance would always fall on June 19th. This year, that meant there was no official day off for city government, because the 19th fell on a Sunday. But Mayor Jim Langfelder and Aldermen Shawn Gregory and Roy Williams, Jr. have introduced an ordinance to make Juneteenth like all other holidays, so that when it falls on a Sunday, the city would take Monday off.
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Power Line Relocation Work Begins Tuesday

Occasional power outages and lane reductions are anticipated over the next several weeks as part of power line relocation work related to the 10th Street railroad project. Ameren and City Water Light and Power are working together on the project to move overhead power lines and replace some transmission poles. CWLP says customers will be notified in advance if power has to be interrupted to accommodate the work. In addition, there will be periodic road closures in some areas east of the tracks between Carpenter and Jackson Streets.
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Three Gymnastics Zone athletes win All-American honors at AAU National Championship

Springfield, Ill. (WICS/WRSP) - Three gymnasts from Springfield's Gymnastics Zone are All-Americans after winning the AAU National Championship, which was held in Springfield this weekend. In the Platinum competition Saturday, Olive Hamann earned All-American status after placing first in the competition with a 37.750. Her teammate Cora Spann took seventh...
SPRINGFIELD, IL

Teen charged as adult in murder case

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (WCIA) — A 17-year-old girl has been charged as an adult with in connection to a homicide in Springfield last month. Members of the Springfield Police Department and U.S. Marshals Great Lakes Fugitive Task Force arrested Andrea Oliver without incident on Thursday, serving an arrest warrant the Sangamon County State’s Attorney’s Office had […]
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CWLP, Ameren replacing power lines in Springfield

SRINGFIELD, Ill. (WCIA) — Ameren and City Water, Light and Power crews will begin a weeks-long project when they return from the 4th of July weekend. In relation to the 10th Street Rail Corridor project, crews will be replacing and relocating overhead power lines and poles starting Tuesday along a power line that runs east […]
SPRINGFIELD, IL

SMTD suspending fixed service to outlying towns

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (WCIA) — People living in Chatham, Riverton, Rochester and Sherman will be seeing less MTD busses in town starting this week as the SMTD cuts back service there. The SMTD will be suspending fixed route service in those towns starting Tuesday, meaning the SMTD will no longer be running busses with scheduled routes […]
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Watch now: Hike through history at Lincoln Trail Homestead State Park

A little known but important Abraham Lincoln site is located 10 miles west of Decatur. Melody Arnold, chairperson of the Friends of Lincoln Trail Homestead State Park, and James Farris, head of the group's historical research and development committee, discuss the park's significance.
DECATUR, IL
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City May Steer Funds To Further Develop Route 66 Attraction At State Fairgrounds

Springfield tourism officials want to steer $875,000 from a state grant to further develop the Route 66 Experience at the Illinois State Fairgrounds. The money would come from a state grant that was provided to the city. Among the attractions to be funded with the money are an LED theater where visitors can sit in repurposed vehicle seats to simulate a drive-in theater, showing movies and information about the legendary highway.
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