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5/26/2017 10:32:52 AM
Rochelle police investigated 2 vehicle crashes this morning in which a car ended up in Kyte Creek and another snapped a telephone pole. The first crash took place at around 3AM as a driver of a 2002 Ford failed to negotiate the curve on Washington Street near Fairways Golf Course. The vehicle jumped the curb and ended upside down in the creek. Emergency personnel were on the scene for over an ho...read more

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Matt Adams has made a strong first impression in Atlanta and has the matchups to keep it going. Scott White shares his favorite sleeper hitters for Fantasy Week 9 (May 29-June 4).
Brown served two stints as Cavs coach and led them to an NBA Finals
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David Price will make his season debut Monday, but is he worth starting right away? And is there a Rockies pitcher worthy of consideration? Scott White ranks all two-start pitchers for Fantasy Week 9 (May 29-June 4).

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Mary Nguyen, 25, says Delta Airlines won't release her 8-month-old German Shepherd from custody
Since Malvo's conviction in 2002, the Supreme Court has ruled that mandatory life sentences for juveniles are unconstitutional
Bill Zwicharowski is being investigated for offering to show Pentagon officials Glenn's remains
When the world is at its worst, a kind word from a good neighbor can help. Steve Hartman reports.
Genene Jones, a former nurse in prison for killing an infant in 1982, was nearly released from prison this year, but is being held longer after Texas prosecutors filed charges against her for another death. In all, authorities say she may have been involved in the deaths of 60 children. David Begnaud reports.
Florida's Everglades are starting to be choked out by salt water. Nearly 20 years after lawmakers approved a restoration plan, the Florida legislature finally approved a key project that is now one step closer to bringing some freshwater back to the Everglades. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
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