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Illinois exports about 60 percent of its soybeans. Half of those go to China. And China just slapped a 25 percent tariff on Illinois beans. Soybean farmers across the state say they're worried about a...more>>
1 of the future goals for the Focus House program in Ogle County is to have permanent housing for the teens at the facility in rural Rochelle. Thanks to the Focus House Foundation, land had been purc...more>>
Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan wants lawmakers to require better medical treatment for survivors of sexual assault. Madigan says victims should be seen by hospital staff who have been speciall...more>>
J.B. Pritzker says he wants to send thousand of Illinois school kids back to the public schools that their parents wanted out of. The Democratic governor candidate yesterday told a group of teachers i...more>>
More people continue to bleed from their eyes, ears, and lungs after smoking synthetic marijuana in Illinois. The state's Department of Public Health yesterday said the latest count of people who've b...more>>
Village officials in Creston last night approved a second Class A liquor license for the possibility of a new cafe and bar that may open in the community. Cyndi Jensen, who currently operates CJ's Ga...more>>
Three people are looking at charges after Rockford Police made busts in a string of home invasions. Two elderly people were hurt in the smash-and-grab break-ins on Monday night. Rockford Police say o...more>>
Illinois senators are gathering testimony on how legal sports betting would work if the current federal ban is ever overturned. During testimony Tuesday at a legislative hearing in Chicago, gaming an...more>>
It could cost almost 300 million-dollars to get rid of Legionnaires disease at the state's veterans home in Quincy. A report that's due to be released to lawmakers in May is suggesting that Illinois e...more>>
The Illinois Department of Public Health is confirming a second death linked to synthetic pot. Fifty-six people who have used synthetic cannabinoids have ended up in hospitals with severe bleeding, an...more>>
The Rochelle Planning and Zoning Commission made 2 recommendations last night to city officials dealing with land on the south side of town along with a building in the downtown area. In a 5-0 vote, ...more>>
A 25 percent Chinese tariff on Illinois pigs could erase any profit that the state's hog farmers see in their second biggest market. Pork producers in Illinois yesterday said that the tariff from Chi...more>>
Village officials in Creston will meet tonight at 7 with several items on the agenda. The gathering takes place at the Village Hall building. The discussion will include downtown street lights, the t...more>>
A lot of 16 and 17-year-old's in Illinois want to help save a life. Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White's office said that over eleven thousand teens have taken advantage of a new law that allows ...more>>
(Gutted apartment kitchen) Fire gutted an apartment early this morning in Rochelle. No one suffered any injuries. The blaze took place at around 2:45 at 1258 Short Court, a 2-story building. Roche...more>>
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