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Fake Weed Has Killed 3 and Injured Dozens in Illinois
You've probably heard of the names of these synthetic cannabinoids. They're often called Spice, K2 or fake weed. They've been wrecking havoc in Illinois.
Do You Remember These Perfumes and Colognes From the 80’s?
Certain fragrances will take us back in time. If you were to go back and smell the perfumes and colognes from the 1980's, would you still recognize them?
Free Kid’s Fishing Day April 28 at Warsaw
Get the kids ready for a day of fun under the sun at Lost Valley Fish Hatchery in Warsaw for the 17th annual Kid’s Fishing Day 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 28.
If You Had It to Do Over Again-College, Trade School or Neither?
You've heard the saying-Hindsight is 20-20. We look back and reflect on what we've done and what we would change if we could. Growing up we had ideas of what we wanted to pursue. For many that changed through our early years. If you could go back, after graduating high school, what would y…
Turkey Numbers Down for Youth Hunting Weekend
This past weekend youth turkey hunters were out across the state of Missouri. Preliminary numbers show a lesser number of birds harvested during this period.
How Would You Like to Earn Money by Losing Weight?
Losing weight is tough, but if you were given an opportunity to win some bucks by losing a few pounds, would you be interested?
Personal Info Possibly Stolen on Panera Bread Online Site
Have you ordered bread from Panera Bread's online site? If so, your personal information may have been stolen.
Hurry Up Spring…I Want My Morel Mushrooms!
Usually by this time every year, we see sightings on social media of someone with a bucket of morels. Mother Nature hasn't been playing fair so far this year and a lot of us are just waiting to go mushroom hunting!
Weather Forces Postponement of Lucas Oil Speedway Season Opener
The first green flag of the 2018 season at Lucas Oil Speedway will have to wait another week.
Reusable Toilet Paper…Would You Switch?
We're doing the best we can to make earth a better place for our kids, grandkids and beyond. Is the reusable family cloth the next big thing for reducing waste or is this something that takes it a little too far?