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  Hemp’s roots in Kentucky date back to pioneer days and the towering stalks were once a staple at many farms.“We’ve got an excellent climate for it, excellent soils for it,” Adam Watson, the state's hemp program...

Hemp homecoming: Rebirth sprouts in Kentucky

Updated: 8/16/2014 02:50 PM

  The American Indian Center in Chicago has developed an Urban Ecology program designed to help Native American children reconnect with nature. The program provides gardens for the youths to grow edible and medicinal plants while also learning about...

Native Americans connect to past through city gardens

Updated: 8/16/2014 01:25 PM

  Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the Chicago Park District are teaming up to host a second watch party as Jackie Robinson West takes on the Mountain Ridge Little League from Las Vegas at 1 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 17, in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. The game will be...

Watch party Sunday for Jackie Robinson West game

Updated: 8/16/2014 01:21 PM

  West Chicago’s First United Methodist Church hosted it’s first Blessing of the Pets service Saturday morning. And you thought keeping a child entertained in church was rough. More than a dozen dogs, including the Rev. Timothy...

Furry, feathered friends receive blessings in West Chicago

Updated: 8/16/2014 02:07 PM

  Documents show that a teen who fatally shot another student at a Colorado school last year had been deemed “not a high-level of threat” after shouting a death threat against his debate coach three months earlier.

Teen gunman’s threat deemed low-level

Updated: 8/16/2014 11:15 AM

  State statute gives the governor broad powers when he declares a state of emergency, but he hasn’t indicated that he plans to do anything other than imposing the curfew and empowering the state highway patrol to enforce it.Nixon’s...

Governor declares emergency, sets Ferguson curfew

Updated: 8/16/2014 09:09 PM

  A St. Charles-based Boy Scouts council is seeking several new leaders, including a top executive, who can help the organization rebound from a precipitous drop in local membership. In the meantime, the executive board of the Three Fires Council...

St. Charles-based Boy Scouts council searching for new CEO

Updated: 8/16/2014 01:05 AM

  Richard Goodson has lassoed many “It’s a Wonderful Life” collectibles, but he’s willing to part with some to help a museum dedicated to the classic Christmas movie. “I began collecting in 1998,” Goodson told the...

Grayslake collector adding to ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ museum

Updated: 8/16/2014 05:43 PM

  As the suburbs gear up for the 32nd annual running of the Arlington Million at Arlington International on Saturday, for the first time viewers will be tuning in all over the world. The biggest day in Illinois racing is also a big day in Europe, home...

International racing fans eager for Arlington Million today

Updated: 8/16/2014 12:52 AM

  The visiting Schaumburg Boomers left 11 men on base in Saturday night's 2-1 loss to the Gateway Grizzlies.

Boomers fall to Grizzlies 2-1

Updated: 8/17/2014 12:10 AM

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