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Rockford Man Lit on Fire

Updated: 08/26/2002 - A Rockford man was doused in gasoline and set on fire Sunday night.

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Protect Yourself

Updated: 08/23/2002 - Mosquito repellent has become a hot item after cases of West Nile virus have surfaced in several states.

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New Facility at NIU

Updated: 08/23/2002 - Northern Illinois University says its new 215,000 square-foot convocation center will be the site for about 160 events in the coming year.

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Proper Burial Given Ok

Updated: 08/23/2002 - A Jo Daviess County judge has ruled that an Elizabeth woman will be given a proper burial.

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First Day School All Wet

Updated: 08/23/2002 - The first day of school for Pearl City students, and parents and kids expect to encounter obstacles on the first day of school, but five feet of water wasn't what they had in mind.

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Pearl City Clean Up

Updated: 08/23/2002 - Pearl City residents are calling it the worst flooding in 100 years. Friday they're cleaning up and estimating damages from Thursday’s floods.

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Water Rising

Updated: 08/23/2002 - Flood waters caused heavy damage in Stephenson County Thursday night where some areas received more than 10 inches of rain.

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New DNA Procedures

Updated: 08/23/2002 - Under a new law, the state will begin collecting DNA samples from everyone convicted of a felony.

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Woman's Burial

Updated: 08/23/2002 - Authorities in Jo Daviess County want to bury a woman who died 10 years ago.

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Jail Referendum

Updated: 08/23/2002 - The county board voted overwhelmingly to place a sales tax referendum on the November ballot asking for money to build a new jail complex.

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Boil Orders

Updated: 08/23/2002 - Some areas in the Stateline are dealing with more than just power outages and flooding. At least two towns have issued boil orders.

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Employment May Dip

Updated: 08/23/2002 - The temp agency, Manpower, is releasing a dim forecast for jobseekers.

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West Nile Update

Updated: 08/23/2002 - The health department says two out of six mosquito traps tested positive for West Nile this past week.

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NIU Move In Day

Updated: 08/22/2002 - NIU’s newest freshmen class descends on Dekalb.

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Dangerous Dog Laws

Updated: 08/23/2002 - The city of Rockford has been working for the past year to tighten restrictions on pit bulls and rottweilers.

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Major Airlines Are Backing Out of O'Hare Project

Updated: 08/22/2002 - Chicago Mayor Richard Daley says he doesn't know how long a planned renovation of passenger terminals and aircraft gates at O'Hare International Airport will be delayed.

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Power Outages

Updated: 08/22/2002 - Almost 10,000 people were without power due to the weather overnight.

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School Uniforms

Updated: 08/21/2002 - Local Lutheran school students to wear uniforms for the first time.

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Choosing a Babysitter

Updated: 08/21/2002 - The recent abduction of a 10-year-old California girl by her former babysitter has many parents wondering how they can find a safe sitter.

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Murder Charges Filed

Updated: 08/21/2002 - Winnebago County prosecutors have now filed murder charges against an 18-year-old woman accused of killing a 15-year-old boy during an argument last weekend.

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