Machesney Park, IL – As the recession continues, many charity organizations have seen a big increase in the number of people they serve. WNIJ's Andy Mitchell spent time at the Northern Illinois Food Bank's mobile pantry to find out how they are weathering the troubled times.
DeKalb, IL – Analysts with the credit rating service Moody's recently reaffirmed Northern Illinois University's A-2 score. On a 21-notch scale, N-I-U's A-2 is the sixth best and considered a good rating. W-N-I-J's Christopher Hosken picked over Moody's report and then spoke with one of its' many authors, N-I-U's main finance and facilities operations person, Bob Albanese.
DeKalb, IL – In recent months, conversation about the pair of proton treatment centers being built in DuPage county has shifted. Before, talk was of bulldozers, financing, and which of the two would be finished first. But today, it's all about the state board overseeing the projects. WNIJ's Christopher Hosken explains why.