Updated: 06/17/2005 - An increase in deer ticks in northern Illinois has experts concerned that lime disease and harmful bacteria could easily spread.
Updated: 06/16/2005 - Soon transferring medical records from hospital to hospital may be as easy as pushing a button.
Updated: 06/16/2005 - New students at Northern Illinois University will have to pay higher tuition next year.
Updated: 06/16/2005 - It has been a tough year for Jane Imes. She has had a brick thrown through her front window and shots fired near her garage.
Updated: 06/16/2005 - The Department of Workforce Development says nearly 139,000 people were unemployed in Wisconsin last month.
Posted: 06/16/2005 - Illinois' unemployment rate is down slightly, dipping to 5.8 percent last month from 5.9 percent in April.
Updated: 06/15/2005 - It's 25 gallons and out for Russ French.
Updated: 06/15/2005 - State and Chicago police officials say that a backlog of untested crime scene evidence is expected to be cleared up this summer.
Updated: 06/14/2005 - Last week we told you about two thieves who were seen hard at work. We showed you video from a surveillance camera near the 1,400 block of Broadway.
Updated: 06/14/2005 - You may have more to clean thatn just that morning coffee cup.
Updated: 06/14/2005 - It's been a bank, a gas station, and soon it will be a new ambulance center.
Updated: 06/14/2005 - Employers in the Rockford area are looking to hire according to a survey released Tuesday by Manpower Employment.
Updated: 06/14/2005 - A new law signed by Gov. Rod Blagojevich requires felons who are serving life sentences and were convicted more than three years ago to take the genetic-marker tests.
Updated: 06/14/2005 - One hundred thousand coffee makers are being recalled.
Updated: 06/14/2005 - Janesville's unemployment numbers could be on the rise if General Motors closes its plant.
Updated: 06/14/2005 - Employers in the Rockford area are looking to hire.
Updated: 06/13/2005 - For the first time in Winnebago County there is a permanent "no wake" zone in effect.
Updated: 06/13/2005 - Public health officials say the reason Wisconsin had the most cases of whooping cough last year is because it does a better job of monitoring the disease.