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Why doesn’t Metra have wireless internet on its trains yet? Mostly because it would be enormously expensive and a technological challenge, too. But should they?
It's Police Week in the United States; in that spirit, we asked our local readers in Geneva, St. Charles and Batavia what they appreciate most about their local force.
April showers brought flood of problems to an already troubled state.
A bill that has already passed the Illinois House could pave the way for limited prescriptions of pot.
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