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How do 4-H'rs wind down at the end of the Kankakee County Fair? Find out in tomorrow's newscast.

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IL State Police have released info on this morning's crash near Irwin. They say 24 year-old Tyler E.A. Franz was se… https://t.co/ejiegxDeYM

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We've gotten word this morning about a serious accident on IL Rte. 115 and 7000 West, also known as Lehigh Road. We… https://t.co/pafZZCDmxQ

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These are some of the stories you'll hear on WKAN tomorrow: a town hall meeting with @HinesVAH takes place in Bradl… https://t.co/WjtX2JRXw4

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AP: Despite shootings, states return to familiar patterns

Shortly after last year's shooting massacre on the Las Vegas strip, Ohio Gov. John Kasich convened a working group to explore possible reforms to state gun laws.

North Carolina woman lived with mom's decomposing body for months to 'see stages of death,' police say

A North Carolina woman was arrested Tuesday after authorities found she had been living for months with her 93-year-old mother’s decomposing body because she was “curious” about the stages of death, according to reports.

Suspect in fatal baseball bat attacks on LA homeless had been deported 6 times: ICE

The suspect who police say was behind a string of brutal baseball bat attacks on sleeping homeless men in Southern California that left three dead and several more in critical condition had been deported six times, federal immigration officials said Tuesday night.

Deported man is suspect in deadly California beatings

A man who was deported from the United States six times was expected in court Wednesday to face charges after police say he killed three people and injured four in attacks targeting sleeping homeless men in California.

Friends and fellow writers pay tribute at Roth memorial

Hundreds of friends and fellow writers were in attendance for a memorial tribute to Philip Roth at the New York Public Library.

$2B ‘Grand Central of the West’ terminal is shut down over safety concerns

A San Francisco transit terminal which took nearly 10 years to build and cost more than $2 billion was shut down Tuesday after officials discovered a crack in a support beam.