DeKalb – This weekend's Bears-Packers game is the latest chapter in a great rivalry. But what happens when that rivalry is in the home? WNIJ's Dan Klefstad talks with NIU clinical psychologist Mark Matuszewski ahead of the division championship.
DeKalb – Many farmers use Facebook and Twitter to promote their farms and their produce. But Illinois corn farmers are less likely to do so. Now, the Corn Marketing Board is offering free workshops to get more farmers to talk to consumers about their product. The Board's Tricia Braid talks with WNIJ's Dan Klefstad.
DeKalb, IL – Prosecutors around the state are trying to decide how to proceed on death penalty cases. They're waiting for Governor Pat Quinn to announce whether he'll sign on to the decision by lawmakers to repeal capital punishment. Quinn supports the death penalty, but has kept former Governor George Ryan's moratorium intact. Quinn has more than two months to decide whether to sign. DeKalb County State's Attorney Clay Campbell says that makes it difficult to decide how to proceed on some cases.
WNIJ news – The new Congress includes several freshmen from Illinois. Legislative agendas on Capitol Hill have taken a pause since the Arizona shooting. But as things get back to normal, these lawmakers will have plenty on their plates. WNIJ's, Mike Moen, talked with some of them about their new duties:
Rockford – For the second year in a row, nationally-known artist and Rockford resident Roland Poska (pah-skah) is inviting people tomorrow (Saturday) to sign a declaration against prejudice and violence. WNIJ's Christopher Hosken has the details.