Updated: 06/17/2004 - City, building owner battle over downtown 'eyesore'.
Updated: 06/17/2004 - The number of confirmed cases of West Nile virus in Illinois has increased more than five-fold since June 1.
Updated: 06/17/2004 - Illinois education officials Thursday finalized their list of academically troubled schools.
Updated: 06/17/2004 - A woman who was abused by a Rockford priest when she was 14 years old has filed a lawsuit against the Catholic Diocese of Rockford.
Updated: 06/16/2004 - Seeds of frustration grow over ComEd tree trimming.
Updated: 06/16/2004 - Governor Rod Blagojevich says lawmakers could be close to reaching a budget agreement but he's readying an interim plan just in case.
Updated: 06/16/2004 - A state legislator from Beloit is named administrator of the Wisconsin Division of Energy.
Updated: 06/16/2004 - Illinois Senate President Emil Jones says critics are trying to mislead the public in the ongoing stalemate over the state budget.
Updated: 06/16/2004 - A Rockford woman faces up to 35 years in prison after pleading guilty to the death of a Loves Park man in 2002.
Updated: 06/16/2004 - A drunk driver is tackled by a citizen after crashing into three cars and two poles.
Updated: 06/16/2004 - American teens abuse alcohol more than any other drug according to government statistics.
Updated: 06/16/2004 - Alarming statistics are surfacing about kids abusing alcohol. Many underage teens are able to buy liquor at local stores.
Updated: 06/16/2004 - Mitsubishi Motors Wednesday said it will slash paychecks and reduce other costs to make up for an expected plunge in car sales.
Updated: 06/16/2004 - The jackpot in the multi-state Mega Millions lottery drawing has grown to $121 million.
Updated: 06/16/2004 - Campus police say robbery and rape have increased "significantly" in the area around the University of Illinois.
Updated: 06/15/2004 - More stateliners are gathering on their decks and porches in recent days to celebrate the arrival of warmer temperatures, but there are some dangers to consider.
Updated: 06/15/2004 - The public has the right to speak.
Updated: 06/14/2004 - Some Illinois farmers find themselves forced to replant drowned soybeans and corn, but the crops that have survived the recent deluge are growing well.
Updated: 06/14/2004 - Farmers use it to fertilize their crops, but now drug dealers want to get their hands on some.
Updated: 06/14/2004 - One person is dead and another critically injured after a car crash in Ogle County.
Updated: 06/14/2004 - Only about five-percent of professors at the state's public universities are black, while three-percent are Hispanic.
Updated: 06/14/2004 - Telemarketers may soon be able to call cellular phones.
Updated: 06/14/2004 - Plane crashes in cornfield in Carroll County.
Updated: 06/14/2004 - The silence may be over soon for Rockford residents.