NASHVILLE, Tenn. - The father of the former Morton man accused of killing four people with an assault-style rifle in a Nashville Waffle House says he spoke with the Tazewell County Sheriff’s Office before returning guns to his son.
The holidays can be particularly stressful for families of someone living with Alzheimer's. That includes long distance trips to visit loved ones. An advocacy group is offering tips to help people cope. Melissa Tucker is Director of Helpline and Support Services for the Illinois Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association . Tucker said, rather than worry about traditions, caregivers should ask a basic question. "What can you do that's going to be enjoyable in the moment for you and for the person...
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Greg Kelly's grandson, Caden, scampers to the tree-shaded creek behind his grandfather's house to catch crawdads, as Kelly shuffles along, trying to keep up. Kelly's small day pack holds an oxygen tank with a clear tube clipped to his nose. He has chairs spaced out on the short route so he can stop every few minutes, sit down and catch his breath, until he has enough wind and strength to start out again for the creek. "I just pray that the Lord give me as much time as I can with him," Kelly...
Out and About
- Peoria Players Theatre Presents "Christmas One-Acts"
- "Sing It Yourself Messiah" Returns to First Federated Church
- Community Festival of Nativities on Display Through Sunday
- Rodin, Peoria Players and Disney On Display at Peoria Riverfront Museum
- Bradley Community Chorus and Symphony Orchestra Present a Concert of Sacred Music this Weekend