Attorney General Lisa Madigan says Illinois residents are being targeted by scammers that claim to be from Microsoft or other tech support services. Madigan says the scammers call and say they'v...read more
A trio of new laws in Illinois are designed to keep drugs away from schools. One law increases the penalty for making methamphetamine near schools. The second bill adds some synthetic drugs to t...read more
Starting next year, you won't be able to smoke on college campuses in Illinois. Governor Pat Quinn signed legislation that bans smoking both indoors and outdoors on all state-supported colleges and un...read more
Young athletes are taking to the field, track and turf in Illinois as fall sports begin, and a new survey finds a growing number will likely face injuries during the season. According to research fro...read more
State leaders are digging deeper for solutions as they try to fight heroin abuse among Illinois youth. The Young Adults Heroin Use Task Force has been hearing testimony and gathering information on he...read more
The final touches are in place for the very first Back Road Music Festival that will be held on Saturday at the Galva Park District.
The Festival will feature Country Artists, Frankie Ballard...read more
The first ever Back Road Music Festival will be held on Saturday in Galva with several outstanding Country Artists set to take the stage.
The event will be held at the Galva Park District loc...read more
The Kewanee Police Department ia starting to receive complaints from citizens about phone scammers stating they are with the IRS and demanding payments of various forms for injunctions on errors on ta...read more
Supporters of a November referendum on legislative term limits are continuing their fight, telling a state appeals court that voters deserve a chance to weigh in. The drive is being led by Repub...read more
Bruce Rauner says he's planning to do what no other Illinois governor has done in years, and that's to live in the governor's mansion. He says the seat of Illinois government should be in the ca...read more
Former Governor Jim Edgar is jumping into the governor's race with full support for Bruce Rauner. Edgar says it's time to mix things up in Springfield because the state hasn't fared so well unde...read more
A Dixon manufacturing business says it will bring more jobs to the area due to its plans to expand. Officials at BorgWarner expect to invest nine-point-four-million dollars into its Dixon plant....read more