Trump Finally Signs COVID Relief Bill After Millions Lose Unemployment

Trump Finally Signs COVID Relief Bill After Millions Lose Unemployment

President Trump finally gave in and signed the COVID relief and year-long budget bill on Sunday night, Dec. 27, 2020. If he procrastinated much longer, the government would have shut down at midnight. However, his delay cost 14 million Americans to lose their emergency unemployment benefits that expired on Saturday. Congress took months to come […]

U.S. Army Sergeant Charged With Murder in Rockford Bowling Alley Shooting

U.S. Army Sergeant Charged With Murder in Rockford Bowling Alley Shooting

Winnebago County State’s Attorney announced the perpetrator of the shooting at Don Carter Lanes was officially charged with three counts of murder and three counts of first-degree attempted murder on Dec. 27, 2020. The suspect has been identified as 37-year-old Duke Webb, an Army sergeant stationed at Camp Bull Simmons, Eglin Air Force Base in […]

Chicago Detectives Alert Residents of Apartment Burglaries in Gresham Area

Chicago Detectives Alert Residents of Apartment Burglaries in Gresham Area

A series of apartment burglaries in Chicago’s 6th District prompts the Bureau of Detectives to alert residents on Dec. 27, 2020. The unknown offenders of these forced entry burglaries made their way into the apartments through either front or rear door entrances. The noted the burglaries occurred between December 3 and 19 on the 624 […]