CHICAGO (KWWL) -- Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich still has the power to appoint someone to fill Barack Obama's U.S. Senate seat.
Blagojevich was arrested Tuesday after federal prosecutors accused him of conspiring to sell the appointment to whoever could provide the greatest return, be it cash or a higher paying job.
State lawmakers are already racing to set up a special election so it's the voters who decide who Obama's replacement will be.
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Cedar Rapids Police say they responded to a report of shots fired at the 500 block of 15th street southeast a little after midnight.
Ireland has voted an emphatic "Yes" to amend the country's constitution to enable legislation that would allow women to have an abortion in a historic and emotionally charged referendum.
After losing an extended legal battle, a company is refusing to remove three wind turbines in northeast Iowa and is asking a court to reconsider a 2016 order.
On scene, police found a victim who said a firearm was displayed.
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