The speed limit could be increasing on certain roadways in Illinois. 25th District Republican State Senator Jim Oberweis introduced the two bills in late January.
Sunday Week In Review
New liquor licenses were created, outdated or unused licenses were removed and more amendments will be brought forth to the Yorkville City Council as aldermen make updates to liquor licenses available.
An alleged bomb threat directed toward the Minooka High School South Campus was reported through the Minooka Community High School’s Anonymous Tip Center.
A Romeoville man was arrested in Montgomery on Tuesday, wanted on a drug charge.
The Kendall County Sheriff's Office says a reported battery incident is under further investigation after deputies were called to a disturbance on a school bus on Tuesday afternoon.
In Plano CUSD #88, a five-year contract for teachers was approved by the school board and has been ratified by certified staff membership.
The fallout over a FBI investigation concerning the Plano Public Works Department has continued.
Note to Readers: Information presented here is obtained from the city police and sheriff's departments. Individuals listed in reports who have been charged with a crime have not been proven guilty in court.
A man wanted in Indiana for allegedly sexually assaulting a female juvenile was arrested recently in LaSalle County.
Kendall County authorities say a 64 year-old Waterman man is charged for allegedly having sexual relations within families.
In a breaking announcement, late Tuesday morning, our sister station WLBK reports that an arrest has been made in the 2016 beating deaths of Patricia and Robert Wilson in rural Sycamore.
A new incentive program may be created in the village of Montgomery to attract more age-restricted housing for seniors, as well as a program to attract new restaurants and businesses to the village's downtown Mill District.
Twice, Plano City Council Alderman Scott Mulliner voted against agenda items Monday night.
Yorkville aldermen will convene on Tuesday night for their regular meeting.
A DeKalb man is accused of battering and assaulting staff at Kishwaukee Hospital in DeKalb County.
The 2020 United States Census is on the minds of some aldermen on the Sandwich City Council, who fear some local residents might not get counted.
An Illinois Senate bill has been filed following a push from some Kendall County officials, and if approved, it would allow a county board to revoke a special use permit previously authorized if a number of criteria were met.
Officials with Yorkville Police say several businesses in the city have received counterfeit currency in recent days.
LaSalle County government officials said in a short statement on Monday that the county is experiencing a cyber event where computers within the county's systems were impacted.
New legislation proposed by a local lawmaker would give low-income pet owners the ability to keep common household pets, such as dogs or cats, in public housing, removing some of the restrictions currently in place.
An Aurora man, who was wanted on drug, forgery and driving while license suspended charges was arrested over the weekend in Kendall County after Kendall County Sheriff's deputies were called to a reported disturbance at a residence in Boulder Hill.
Several items dot the Plano City Council regular and committee of the whole meetings Monday night at 6:00 p.m. at city hall, downtown.
A teen was hospitalized on Sunday after reportedly falling about 30 feet at Sac Canyon in Starved Rock State Park in LaSalle County.
The Executive Director of the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning, or CMAP, addressed the Kendall County Board at the Feb 18 meeting, and talked about water acquisition in the seven-county region.
The Sandwich City Council will consider approval of an ordinance amendment pertaining to adult use cannabis at Monday night's regular meeting.
On Monday, the Montgomery Village Board will meet in the committee of the whole for a discussion on the creation of a program meant to attract new age-restricted homes for seniors.
A Democratic lawmaker has proposed legislation that would create the Right to Garden Act.
Two Kendall County citizens were honored by the county board at the Feb 18 regular meeting.
When you step inside the Sandwich VFW, stories and laughter fill the air for the 13th annual antique, vintage, and collectible show. It’s a walk back in time where comic books, farm toys, old tools, and sports memorabilia turned this old man into a boy again.
No one was hurt as a fire at the Standard Roofing building in the 1100 block of south Seventh Street left the building unsafe to enter and caused $900,000 in damage, according to the DeKalb Fire Department.
A DeKalb High School teacher says his wife died at peace knowing a guilty plea was coming in the drunk driving crash that killed their 18-year-old son.