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Ill. to Review All Death Row Cases

Updated: 10/14/2002 - On Tuesday morning, members of Illinois' Prisoner Review Board will begin revisiting a quarter-century's worth of the state's most brutal crimes.

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Three Injured in Car Accident

Updated: 10/14/2002 - Winnebago County Sheriff's Department says high speed and alcohol caused the crash.

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Kidney Wanted

Updated: 10/14/2002 - Every day people place ads in newspaper classifieds, usually to find or sell something. Well last week a local family placed an ad hoping that someone would answer it and save their four year old girls life. Well someone did.

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Catholics Wait for New Rules

Updated: 10/14/2002 - The Vatican is expected to make a decision on new rules for priests to follow in regards to the sex abuse cases.

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Jail Referendum

Updated: 10/11/2002 - Winnebago County Sheriff Dick Meyers and state's attorney Paul Logli fielded questions from river district citizens about the new jail referendum.

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Board Decision on Ogle County Jail

Updated: 10/11/2002 - After months of heavy opposition to a proposed jail facility in Ogle County, the board says that they will recommend on Tuesday that the detention center not be built.

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Interstate Child Protection Package

Amber Alert

Updated: 10/10/2002 - Illinois Attorney General Candidate Joe Birkett announced his plans for an interstate child protection package Wednesday.

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Iraq Expert Says War a Bad Idea

Updated: 10/10/2002 - A nationally recognized expert on Iraq spoke at Highland Community College Wednesday night.

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Mayor's Meeting

Updated: 10/09/2002 - Regional mayors plan to pressure Illinois's next governor on transportation issues.

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Governor Debate React

Updated: 10/08/2002 - Political science professor says gubernatorial debate is, "Surprisingly low key."

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Gubernatorial Candidate's Face Off

Updated: 10/08/2002 - Many from around the stateline were all ears as the two gubernatorial candidate's answered questions about a variety of topics.

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Back to School for Harvard

Updated: 10/08/2002 - Since April Harvard teachers have been negotiating a new two-year contract. Last Tuesday teachers hit the picket lines.

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Achievement Not Taxes

Updated: 10/07/2002 - Those who oppose the District 205 referendum are pushing the word "no."

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A Fire Leaves Many Out of A Home

Updated: 10/07/2002 - About thirty residents are evacuated out of their apartment after a fire rips through the complex.

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