Central Illinois struggles to find solution for bed bugs 

DECATUR, Ill. (AP) — The resurgence of a bug that was once nearly extinct has cities in central Illinois scurrying for answers of how to tackle the issue. The Herald & Review reports that bed bugs are becoming a problem in places such as Decatur because there’s no funding for prevention and extermination. The bugs don’t carry a disease, which causes them to be excluded from falling under the authority of governmental organizations, such as state health departments.