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Updated: 4:44 PM - A majority of the conditions which resulted in the implementation of the No Wake order on the Rock River north of the Auburn Street Bridge in Winnebago County have subsided.
Posted: 4:27 PM - The Senate has approved a plan that would ban the use of cell phones while driving.
Posted: 3:51 PM - Winnebago County State’s Attorney Joe Bruscato announced today that 33-year-old Jamie Dock was sentenced today to 375 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections in front of Judge McGraw after being found guilty after a jury trial on July 11, 2012 of charges of Armed Robbery (2 Counts) and Aggravated Criminal Sexual Assault (4 Counts).
Posted: 3:44 PM - Habitat for Humanity Boone County proudly broke ground on their fifth house at 707 Chicago Street on May 22nd.
Posted: 3:27 PM - Attorney General Lisa Madigan today urged Illinois residents who want to donate to charitable efforts to help the victims of Monday’s devastating tornado in Oklahoma to watch out for fundraising scams by con artists seeking to exploit the disaster for their personal profit.
Posted: 1:48 PM - The Obama administration has named a private attorney and former federal prosecutor to head the U.S. attorney's office in Chicago.
Updated: 7:31 PM - Stateline couple, Brad and Sarah Lewis, are coordinating a donation drive for the victims of the recent tornado in Moore, Oklahoma.