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The Cardinals have made another move to improve their hitting against left-handed pitching.

 

The team announced they have signed infielder Mark Ellis to a one-year deal. Ellis has spent more than 11 seasons in the majors. Last year, Ellis was with the Dodgers and hit .270 with 48 RBI.

 

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

A St. Charles man is in custody, connected to the sexual assault of a young relative.

 

Prosecutors have charged Jonathon Gregg with statutory sodomy and child molestation. Court documents say that between June and August of this year, Gregg targeted a nine-year-old girl.

 

He is held on $25,000 bail.

Illinois GOP gubernatorial hopefuls release tax returns

Monday, 16 December 2013 15:41 Published in Local News
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) - Illinois gubernatorial candidate Bill Brady paid $37,000 in state and federal taxes in 2012 on $200,500 in income.
 
The Bloomington Republican released income and tax information for his wife and him Monday.
 
Brady is among four hopefuls seeking the GOP nomination to take on incumbent Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn next fall.
 
Brady says his salary information comes from his pay as state senator and from gains and losses from various real estate and development companies he owns.
 
Brady's running mate is Maria Rodriguez. She and her businessman husband paid $116,000 in state and federal taxes on gross income of $470,000.
 
Another GOP candidate, Bruce Rauner, reported last month he paid $10 million in federal taxes last year on a salary of $53.4 million.
 

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