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11/24/2017 9:28:34 AM
The cause of a house fire that killed an Ogle County family of 6 this week will not be known for several weeks. The 2-story blaze took place late Monday night. Pronounced dead at the scene were 39-year old Timothy Shaw along with his wife, 37-year old Melissa, of rural Dixon. Their 4 children, ages 17 through 11, also died in the fire. The cause of death for the family was smoke inhalation. The...read more

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Mississippi State quarterback Nick Fitzgerald suffered a severe injury to his right leg in the first quarter of the Bulldogs' rivalry game against Ole Miss Thursday night.
Quarterback Jay Cutler was ruled out of Sunday's game at New England because of a concussion, and backup Matt Moore will make his second start of the season.
Notes, tidbits and stats for Saturdays game between the Wisconsin Badgers and Minnesota Gophers
Derrick Rose's injuries may have pushed him to a breaking point.
Green Bay visits the AFC North-leading Pittsburgh Steelers
Minnesota features a top-five offense despite injuries and departures

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The State Department says it may stay open, with restrictions
More than 400 college professors from all over the world have called for a boycott against University of Rochester
When the lunch bell rings at Boca Raton High School in Florida, 3,400 kids spill into the courtyard and split into their social groups. But at this school and at schools across the country, someone always sits alone. That's why Denis Estimon, a Haitian immigrant and student at Boca High, started a club called "We Dine Together." Steve Hartman has the story, On The Road.
Denis Estimon knows the feeling of eating alone, so he started a club at his high school called "We Dine Together"
In an open letter, more than 400 college professors from all over the world have called for a boycott of the University of Rochester. A professor there is accused of preying on female students. Jericka Duncan reports.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions has ordered a review of the background check system for gun purchases after the massacre in November at a Texas church. The gunman’s prior conviction for domestic abuse should have blocked him from buying guns, but the Air Force failed to enter his conviction in the federal database.
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