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(Undated-jm) -- Attorney General Lisa Madigan is joining 48 other attorneys general in announcing a $45 million settlement with a New Jersey based mortgage company. The settlement with PHH Mortgage Corporation resolves allegation the company improperly serviced mortgage loans from January 2009 through December 2012. According to Madigan, the company failed to properly apply loan payments, properly execute foreclosure paperwork and respond to borrower’s requests for information.



(Springfield-jm) -- Governor Bruce Rauner is wrapping up his week-long stay at the Illinois Veterans Home in Quincy and announcing plans to combat Legionnaires’ Disease and improve the facility. Governor Rauner lived at the home for a week, sleeping there, showering there, drinking the water and spending time with residents. He says the state must continue to aggressively pursue water treatment options and prevent any more Legionnaire’s deaths...



Governor Bruce Rauner. Rauner says the plumbing will be replaced and he will also work with the City of Quincy to find additional water sources. He also wants to seek funding to modernize resident rooms and possibly build a new building on the campus.



(Clinton-jm) -- DeWitt County Coroner Randy Rice has released the name of the elderly female who passed away in a house fire on Tuesday as Evelyn Rosalie Eaton age 87. The residence at 417 North Elm Street in Clinton caught on fire around 9:30 PM Tuesday evening. The coroner’s office and the state fire marshal are still investigating the incident.



(Springfield-jm) -- To celebrate the state's 200th birthday and explore its history, the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum, Mid-West Family Broadcasting and the Illinois State Museum are teaming up to present "bicentennial minutes" throughout 2018. Here’s today’s Bicentennial Minute…


(Springfield-jm) -- Attorney General Lisa Madigan is joining 19 other attorneys general in sending a 30 page letter objecting to U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt’s involvement in proposed rulemaking to repeal the Clean Power Plan. The attorneys general argue his involvement is unethical, violates due process and prevents fair and impartial proceedings.


(Gibson City-jm) -- The Gibson City Rotary Club is raising money to do upgrades to the North Park playground. President Susie Tongate says they are working on phase two of the project…

Gibson City Rotary Club President Susie Tongate.


(Pesotum-jm) -- District 10 Illinois State Police in Pesotum have released December activity numbers. During the month, troopers issued 304 citations including 127 for speeding, 5 for DUI, 42 seatbelt and 1 child restraint. Troopers also responded to 110 traffic accidents resulting in 5 fatalities during the month.


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