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Damage estimated at $10K in a garage fire on N. 10th Ave. last night. Kankakee Fire Dept officials say the cause looks suspicious.

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Media reports say Danville's Superintendent says the allegations came about from false info on social media and no gun was found.

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Danville school officials say the alleged gun threat made at the K3 HS Football game is unfounded.

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Attorney General: South Dakota woman who died in jail was closely monitored

Authorities in South Dakota say a 24-year-old woman who suffered a fatal methamphetamine overdose while in custody was asked repeatedly by jail staff whether she had taken any illegal drugs.

What Entrepreneurs Should Do First Thing in the Morning

It may be hard to believe that less than five minutes can impact the entire course of your day but new research shows that happiness, and the productivity that comes along with it, may be easier to attain than we think.

Airport-style scans playing a role in unprecedented security for the pope's visit this month

The pope's visit to New York City later this month will likely raise security issues and costs to new heights in a city where protecting a dignitary is an art and a point of pride.

Media attorneys say public has right to access Charleston church shooting 911 calls, records

Media organizations say police records and 911 calls concerning the shooting deaths of nine black churchgoers this summer in Charleston, South Carolina, should be released.

Meet Cups, the ClassPass of Coffee Shops

Unlimited coffee for a monthly fee sounds great to customers' ears, but will the service benefit independent businesses in the long run?

New York City settles civil rights lawsuit with former Rikers Island inmate beaten by guards

New York City officials say a $450,000 settlement has been reached in the civil rights lawsuit filed by a former Riker Island inmate who was tied up and beaten by correctional officers.