Updated: 04/28/2006 - The year she was born, William McKinley was president. The Spanish-American war had just ended, the paperclip was invented, and there were only 45 U.S. states.
Posted: 04/27/2006 - The flagship Marshall Field's store on State Street in Chicago will lose its historical name in September, but not its traditions.
Updated: 04/27/2006 - Though those rumors seem to be just that, simply rumors, some information given at La Voz Latina may point to the source of the rumors.
Updated: 04/28/2006 - One man is shot and killed on Rockford's west side.
Updated: 04/27/2006 - Senate Democrats, especially Senator Dick Durbin, are ripped about the rising gas prices.
Updated: 04/27/2006 - Rockford's Crusader Clinic gets funding to renovate two facilities.
Updated: 04/27/2006 - This is a big day of celebration in Belvidere as Growth Dimensions, the city's economic development, flourishes.
Posted: 04/26/2006 - She's the pride of Illinois, the 2005-2006 teacher of the year for our state, and she's one of our own.
Posted: 04/26/2006 - Chicago-based Exelon says its first-quarter profit declined 23 percent, due to factors including unfavorable weather and higher expenses.
Updated: 04/26/2006 - A SUV rollover backed up westbound 20 Bypass traffic for several hours Wednesday morning.
Posted: 04/25/2006 - Local police, media, and minority organizations received hundreds of calls about INS rounding up illegal aliens, prompting over 100 people to gather outside City Hall.
Updated: 04/25/2006 - A state Agriculture Department lab in Galesburg has become the first in Illinois to be certified to test for Avian Flu.
Updated: 04/25/2006 - Follows the death of Julienne E. McGuire.
Updated: 04/25/2006 - The state’s inability to agree on a budget could cause a rougher ride on U.S. highways.
Updated: 04/24/2006 - Rockford Mayor Larry Morrissey got down and dirty at Auburn High School Monday.