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Speed limit law - Noble Park hit and run - KSU dismisses professor

A decision is expected Monday on the law that would raise the speed limit in Illinois. A decision is expected Monday on the law that would raise the speed limit in Illinois.
A man was injured Sunday after an unknown car hit his bicycle. A man was injured Sunday after an unknown car hit his bicycle.
A group of students is currently working on a housing concept that would be solar powered. A group of students is currently working on a housing concept that would be solar powered.

Hello and happy Monday!

I hope you're having a wonderful day so far.

Fog was an issue for some of us in the Heartland this morning, but what will the rest of the day have in store? Find out at noon or visit kfvs12.com/weather.

Also at noon, we'll have the latest details on Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn's decision on a law that would increase the state speed limit.

Plus, a school district will allow a 12-year-old girl to play football and the governor of New Jersey plans to sign a bill saying licensed therapists aren't allowed to try to turn gay minors straight.

Join us over at kfvs12.com for details on a man who was injured after being involved in a hit and run in Noble Park in Kentucky on Sunday.

Also, witnesses allegedly heard a woman screaming before gunshots fired by Oscar Pistorius killed his girlfriend and KSU has dismissed a music professor and director of the school's band program.

Students are working on a solar house concept they hope will be useful as low-cost, energy-efficient housing after natural disasters.

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I hope you have a great day!

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