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NEWS ALERT: Kankakee County Sheriff Tim Bukowski will retire in April. Citing health reasons, he made the announcement this morning.

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RT @KankakeeSheriff: Our deputies are reporting extremely icy road conditions in certain rural areas of Kankakee County. Please use extreme caution if traveling!

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RT @ToiHutchinson: Another reminder about my constituent Child Seat Check coming on Friday, November 6 from 9am-12pm. https://t.co/etUgmuLArw

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RT @KankakeeCoEDC: Kankakee ranked 14th best city nationwide for nurses, 6th among small cities https://t.co/pLBu8HNOqT @RiversideMC @PresenceHealth

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Sheriff: Texas teen kills mom, 2 neighbors, then himself

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Plagued by delays, California high-speed rail heads back to court

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VA demands proof World War II combat vet with Purple Heart served in military

The VA won’t pay benefits to a World War II vet in his 90s who was wounded in combat and earned a Purple Heart.

'God Bless America' signs fly after atheist group targets post office banner

A Midwestern community united in a show of patriotism after an atheist organization targeted a local post office’s “God Bless America” poster.