Sunday Week In Review
Two homes were deemed uninhabitable following house fires in Aurora on Sunday and Monday.
A Big Rock man was arrested after authorities allegedly found cocaine at his home during a search warrant service on Friday.
The Eldamain Rd. bridge extension over the Fox River from River Road to Fox Rd. may be in the Capital Projects Bill that will come before the Illinois State Legislature later this month.
Work is beginning on the restoration of the Old Kendall County Jail in downtown Yorkville.
An area representative will hold a roundtable discussion on education on Thursday.
An Aurora man is facing two misdemeanor Endangering the Life and Health of a Child and he was also arrested on a warrant after the man's two children were allegedly found crying and cold outside on Monday night.
A two-vehicle crash was reported near the start of school not far from Plano High School on Tuesday morning but Plano Police say no hospital transports were needed.
Following an announcement last year regarding an expansion, Raging Waves waterpark in Yorkville has announced a new, six-lane mat racing waterslide that will be one of three like it in the world.
Trustees on the village board in Montgomery said Monday night that they would like to see a more formalized business plan but many said they are generally supportive of the idea for a new "co-op" type business, proposed on Orchard Rd.
The Republican primary for DeKalb County Circuit Clerk is set to be a contested race.
Our sister station WLBK reports that DeKalb’s city clerk says she won’t follow a plan meant to end controversy surrounding her office and says she’s planning legal action.
Any interested retail marijuana stores or five other cannabis type facilities wanting to locate in Plano will have to wait another month to see if approval is given.
With the equalized assessed valuation of real estate property going up an estimated 5%, village of Oswego residents will see a tax increase for 2019, regardless of the tax levy to be set by the Oswego Village Board at future meetings.
The Sandwich City Council approved 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. as trick-or-treat hours in the city on Halloween.
At Tuesday's 9:00 a.m. meeting, the Kendall County Board will consider approval of an ordinance amending the county's raffle ordinance.
Sugar Grove trustees are expected to give direction at their meeting on Tuesday evening to either go through a zoning amendment process or to prepare to approve an ordinance to opt-out of allowing recreational cannabis sales.
In a contested vote at their meeting last week, Yorkville aldermen approved allowing alcohol possession and consumption during a new volleyball league that is expected to form next year at a city park on the city's north side.
Two people were taken to an area hospital with injuries, following a crash where the driver of a vehicle merged into a semi-trailer in Yorkville on Friday.
Police in Oswego say an elderly woman was scammed into paying for software by an unknown suspect or suspects who police say were able to get the woman to purchase over $2,400 in gift cards.
Following the cold front that moved into the area on Friday, temperatures will remain cooler for some of the week but should be slightly warmer toward the weekend.
Illinois Governor JB Pritzker is supporting a bill that lawmakers in favor say will lower the cost of insulin in Illinois.
A strike date on Wednesday is looming in Mendota CCSD #289 if the union that represents teachers and the district's school board can't reach an agreement.
A new 1.1 million square foot distribution center is coming to the Crossroads 55 Business Park in Channahon.
The Plano City Council meets Monday night at 6:00 p.m.
A Yorkville woman is facing additional charges after she allegedly kicked a deputy amid a warrant arrest near Yorkville on Friday.
The Sandwich City Council will consider approval of a $155,000 contract with Wilkinson Excavating of Somonauk for clean-up of the Gletty Rd. dump north of the railroad tracks and across from the Sandwich Fairgrounds.
The Montgomery Village Board is scheduled to meet on Monday night with a fairly short agenda in front of trustees.
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.
Officials with the Oswego Police Department are currently investigating a criminal sexual assault that was reported on Friday.
Our sister station WCSJ reports that a 32-year-old Diamond woman was arrested by the Morris Police Department for allegedly stabbing another individual on Thursday afternoon.
The Kendall County Domestic Violence Response Team was formally announced at the Kendall County Courthouse on Thursday afternoon.
A Gardner man required extrication from his vehicle in a personal injury accident near Oswego in rural Na-Au-Say Twp. on Thursday.
Construction and street closures in downtown Oswego are expected to begin next week on Thursday, October 17th.
Farmers in the WSPY listening area are out in full force with harvesting efforts but because of the weather this year, harvest is expected to extend into the winter months.
Recreational adult-use marijuana was a part of two local Planning Commission meetings this week.
A former teacher at Dirksen Junior High School in Joliet was sentenced for sexually assaulting a former student.
At last Monday's Sandwich City Council Committee of the Whole meeting, aldermen discussed moving the Audience Comments section from the end to the beginnings of meetings.