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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Chris Coleman
Several Iowa counties have issues going before voters Tuesday, with some aimed at reallocating local tax money and others at determining bond issues for new facilities.
The harsh winter is affecting the city of St. Paul's budget.
The Illinois Department of Corrections says the brother of a convicted murderer has resigned his job as a state prison guard.
A man serving life in prison for the 2009 killings of his wife and their two young sons in southwestern Illinois has asked a state appellate court to toss out his convictions, claiming decisions by the trial judge fanned juror bias against him.
Mayor Carolyn McAdams has been selected to serve on a committee of the National League of Cities during its annual March meeting in Washington.
An Illinois prison guard whose brother is serving a life sentence for strangling his wife and children has applied for a disability award for post-traumatic stress disorder.
Republicans looking at the background of Labor secretary nominee Thomas Perez say he "manipulated" federal law while in service as assistant attorney general and is guilty of cutting a "quid pro quo" deal.
Christopher Coleman, 37, argues in a 62-page petition filed with the Mount Vernon, Ill.-based 5th District Appellate Court that jurors were wrongly allowed to see excessive numbers of videos and photographs of Coleman and his lover, making them substantially prejudicial due to their "lurid and disgusting character."