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Join host Candace Purdom as she talks with author Ben Blum about his book Ranger Games. Alex Blum was a good kid, a popular high school hockey star from a tight-knit Colorado family. He had one goal in life: endure a brutally difficult selection program, become a U.S. Army Ranger, and fight terroris

NCTV17.COM - 2017-11-20 22:00:04

Small Business Saturday: How One Naperville Business Thrives

NAPERVILLE, IL - Despite its population explosion in recent decades, Naperville still manages to keep part of its small-town Americana vibe. The city is rooted in tradition with school pride, parades and friendly faces downtown. A new tradition has taken hold, aiding in the preservation of small-tow

PATCH - 2017-11-20 21:40:13

2 Hurt In Underage Drinking Crash, Naperville Teen Charged

OSWEGO, IL - Two Oswego residents were injured after a crash involving a Naperville man who had been underage drinking, according to a police report. Police were called to the scene early Sunday morning at around 1:51 near the corner of Route 30 and Treasure Drive. 19- year-old Michael D. Kmiec of R

PATCH - 2017-11-20 18:06:11

Naperville council to consider new pet store regs, mandatory microchipping

A proposal to revamp Naperville pet sale policies, requiring pet stores to use only commercial breeders in compliance with USDA regulations and shelters and rescue groups to microchip all animals available for adoption, will be considered by the Naperville City Council Tuesday. The proposed Animal P


Three Aurora Teens Arrested On Drug, Weapon Charges: SHERIFF

Kendall County Sheriffs smelled pot in a car, which led to the arrest of three Aurora teens, two facing firearms charges. AURORA, IL - Kendall County Sheriff's Deputies came across a suspicious looking parked car Nov. 18 at around 4:25 p.m. in the 4300 block of Klatt Street in Plano. Deputies notice

PATCH - 2017-11-20 21:56:23

Lawyer For Outlaw Accused Of Murder Wants Evidence Preserved

JOLIET, IL - On Monday morning, 32-year-old murder defendant Jeremy Boshears walked into the tiny video conference room set up at the Will County Adult Detention Facility. This marked his first appearance before a judge in connection the early morning fatal shooting of 24-year-old Katie Kearns, a ba

PATCH - 2017-11-20 21:20:53

Chicago Thanksgiving Day Parade 2017: When And How To Watch

CHICAGO, IL - The McDonald's Thanksgiving Day Parade in Chicago has exploded in popularity, even in the past couple of years. Eighteen marching bands and and 15 floats will celebrate more than 80 years of tradition Thursday. The parade steps off at 8 a.m., beginning at Congress and State Street, the

PATCH - 2017-11-20 16:35:58

'Community trees' in Robert R. McCormick House at Cantigny showcase Colonel's philanthropy

Above / The Cantigny flag marks the entrance at 1S151 Winfield Road in Wheaton where visitors can see seven "community trees," including one decorated by Naperville Responds for Veterans, now on display inside the Robert R. McCormick House at Cantigny Park. The trees with many Naperville connections

POSITIVELYNAPERVILLE.COM - 2017-11-20 16:36:24

Warner Robins cancels CryWolf false alarm contract

A week after announcing a second attempt to implement the CryWolf plan to curb false alarms, Warner Robins City Council voted Monday to cancel it. The city first tried to implement the program in June of 2016, but put it on hold due to citizen complaints about questions the company was asking alarm

MACON TELEGRAPH - 2017-11-21 00:24:00

Mayor says Warner Robins will start saving $833k a year

The Warner Robins Council made changes to employee health coverage in an effort to save money. The first move was to slightly increase medical contributions for individuals from roughly $18 to $20 twice a month. They also increased family coverage from about $32 to $40 every two weeks. Mayor Randy T

WMAZ - 2017-11-21 04:15:00

GBI wraps up investigation into Warner Robins Animal Control Shelter

WARNER ROBINS, Ga. -- The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has completed their inquiry into the Warner Robins Animal Control Center. GBI special agent in charge JT Ricketson said that now that the investigation has finished, the GBI has passed over their findings to District Attorney George Hartwig.

WGXA.TV - 2017-11-20 21:24:42

Warner Robins city council unanimously agrees to end "Cry Wolf" program

WARNER ROBINS, Ga. -- To reduce the number of false emergency calls, the city of Warner Robins and the Warner Robins Police Department recently implemented the "cry wolf" program. However, after receiving a large number of complaints, the city unanimously decided to cancel it contract with the prog

WGXA.TV - 2017-11-20 21:02:09

City council of Warner Robins meets to address panhandling

WARNER ROBINS, Ga. -- The city of Warner Robins has received multiple complaints from citizens of aggressive panhandling and has met to discuss ordinances that would outlaw these types of behaviors. The city council met on Monday, Nov. 20 to discuss how to make sure people feel safe and aren't aggre

WGXA.TV - 2017-11-20 20:19:45

Recreation of Neil Armstrong crash begins in Perry

A crane holds replica of a moon lander trainer that nearly killed Neil Armstrong in 1968, a year before he became the first man to walk on the moon. The scene is being recreated in Perry this week as part of a movie about Armstrong. Jenna EasonSpecial to The Telegraph A crane holds replica of a moon

MACON TELEGRAPH - 2017-11-20 22:08:00

Here's how you can help Perry FFA after their barn fire

The students in Perry's FFA program have had a tough weekend. 55 of their show pigs died in a barn fire early Saturday morning, but the Perry community is rallying together to help. Hydee Kezar, a Perry High School junior, has a cow that was just feet away from the show pigs that died in the barn f

WMAZ - 2017-11-20 23:10:46

Perry woman seeks answers after cat is shot

Rylee Edgar loves her animals, especially her cat Moe. "He's my favorite thing in the whole world," Edgar said. She says Moe freely roams wherever, inside or out. On Thursday afternoon, while Moe was roaming the neighborhood, someone shot him in the spine. "[It's] a complete and total shock," Edga

WMAZ - 2017-11-21 04:26:21

A statement from Chief Jarrell on his missing gun

As chief of police, I take full responsibility for my negligent actions that resulted in the misplacing of my service weapon. It is an uncomfortable feeling to have lost something as important as a firearm, especially for a person who has dedicated his life to serving and protecting the public. Imme

DAILY COURIER - 2017-11-21 00:23:00

Deer Unable to Shake Difficult Predicament

There is a deer in Prescott that is all tangled up. At the end of last month, we reported on the sighting of a young buck that had gotten itself entangled in what appears to be a hammock. Reader Jan Nelson, who lives near Gail Gardner Street in Prescott, sent us a photo at the time. Upon contacting

PRESCOTTENEWS.COM - 2017-11-20 08:00:00

Deal made for fewer homes at Deep Well Ranch

Traffic enters the roundabout on Highway 89 where the future Deep Well Ranch subdivision will be centered. By Cindy Barks Cindy_Barks Under a development agreement drafted between the City of Prescott and Deep Well Ranch developers, a maximum of 8,000 homes would be allowed on the 1,800-acre prop

DAILY COURIER - 2017-11-20 14:01:00

Letters: Flowers for a vet

On Friday afternoon I was shopping in Safeway. I was wearing my cap with VFW on the front, when a young woman (maybe in her 30s) came over and handed me a bouquet of flowers and gave me a big hug and thanked me for my service. Needless to say I was a bit surprised and thanked her for the gift. It wa

DAILY COURIER - 2017-11-20 14:00:00