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Residents Warned About Unsolicited Seed Deliveries From China

The Illinois Department of Agriculture is asking people to keep the seeds unopened in their original packages with the mailing label.

Pritzker Places Restrictions On Youth Sports, IHSA Responds

The Illinois High School Association opts to move football, boys soccer and girls volleyball from fall to spring 2021 season.

Suspected Serial Killer Charged In 1997 Cold Case Homicide

A jailed former truck driver whose DNA has been linked the murders of several women is set to face extradition to Illinois, authorities said.

Teachers Unions Warn Of Strikes If Schools Reopen Unsafely

"No avenue or action is off the table," the chiefs of the Illinois Education Association and Illinois Federation of Teachers said.

Teen Performs CPR On Young Neighbor, Saves Her Life

The recent St. Charles North graduate attributed her quick actions to her training in the school's Physical Education Leaders program.

Amazon Wants 1,000 Full-Time Employees At New Facility

Amazon is weeks away from opening its new fulfillment center in Channahon near Interstate 55.

Potbellied Pig Found Wandering Village

The Crystal Lake Police Department was called to the scene where they found the missing pig. The pig was later returned to its owner.

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