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A 22-year-old Pontiac man was identified Wednesday as one of two people found dead in a motel room Tuesday morning. Tyler Friant was identified using fingerprints, according to Livingston County Coroner Mike Burke. A male and a...

Oakwood Police are working with Vermilion County Sheriff's Police looking into an armed robbery which occurred Wednesday afternoon at the United Community Bank in Oakwood. Authorities were questioning details to determine if an...

Illinois schools are now required to have a school shooting drill at least once a year. It's a new law, enacted in response to the Connecticut shooting last year. Cops and paramedics will have to participate in the drill, but...

This (Thursday) morning's rain shower brought .33 of an inch of much-needed moisture at the WGFA studio site, north of Watseka. Other volunteer rain gauge reporters checked in with .21 at L'Erable, .20 at Beaverville, Gilman and...

The Watseka Area Chamber of Commerce is announcing its Fall kick-off for Business After Hours on Wednesday, September 4, 2013. The event is from 5:30pm-7pm at Creekside Prairie & Community Center on Prairie Lane in Cissna...

Danville Area Community College (DACC) is being recognized as one of eight institutions, nationwide, designated as a 2013 Leader College by Achieving the Dream, Inc. Achieving the Dream is a national nonprofit that is dedicated...

Republicans have named their person for the vacancy in the 75th House seat in Illinois. Kendall County sheriff's deputy John D. Anthony was appointed Monday to fill the seat vacated when state Representative Pam Roth, R-Morris...

An Illinois Department of Transportation grant may help Show Bus expand its fleet of vehicles and acquire its own building. Two grants would allow the six-county rural public transportation provider, to expand its fleet and...

Health officials in Ford and Iroquois Counties are cutting back on testing for Tuberculosis due to a national shortage of a product used to conduct the tests. The Ford-Iroquois Public Health Department said even though the...

The Watseka City Council (Monday) agreed to name a new road Bell Road, which will accommodate a new Ford auto dealership east of Wal-Mart. Dave Bell said the project's all go, ground being broken today (Tues) to get the...