Politics

Jeep vs. Garbage Truck crash on Route 50 sends three to Hospital

KANKAKEE - Three people were hospitalized after a crash Tuesday morning involving a garbage truck. According to Illinois State Police it happened around 9:30 a.m. when reports say a Jeep Patriot...

Man allegedly stole nearly $2k in Meds from Peotone CVS 

PEOTONE - Police are searching for information on a man who allegedly stole nearly $2,000 worth of over the...

Christmas Light Map showcases 2022 noteworthy locations throughout Chicagoland 

CHICAGO - A Google Map featuring some of Chicagoland’s most decorated homes has emerged online just in time for...

Christmas Is Coming To Perry Farm

BOURBONNAIS — Christmas on the Farm is coming to Perry Farm next Saturday, December 3rd. The event runs 9 a.m....

Bourbonnais to hold 2nd Annual Holiday Tree Lighting event with students

BOURBONNAIS - A new tradition will continue Thursday, December 1st with the second annual “Rockin’ Around the Tree Lighting”...

Turnout high for Kankakee County as over 50% of Voters come out for Midterms 

BOURBONNAIS - For weeks, political and local government agencies have pushed messages on voters only to be heard during Tuesday’s Midterm Elections. In Kankakee County, 54.29%...

Mail-in voting up 175% to date in Kankakee thanks to new voting measures  

KANKAKEE - Early voting in Kankakee is up 25% from where it was just four years ago, in part due to early mail in voting...

Joyce: Three times a day, you need a Farmer

“Once in your life, you need a doctor, a lawyer, a policeman, and a preacher. But every day, three times a day, you need...

Residents will soon have option to apply for Permanent Vote by Mail in Illinois 

KANKAKEE - A new law passed in June 2021 will soon allow voters across Illinois to register to be permanently placed on Vote by Mail...

Kankakee County plans to take ICE Detainee lawsuit ‘to Supreme Court’ following dismissal

KANKAKEE – County officials say the dismissal of an ICE detainee lawsuit filed in McHenry County will be taken to appeals, all the way...

Judges question lawyers in redistricting suits

CHICAGO – Oral arguments began Tuesday in three lawsuits challenging the new legislative district maps that lawmakers passed earlier this year with three federal...
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