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Faces of local Black Lives Matter protest leaders in DeKalb

Editor's note: The following is part one of a two-part series getting to know some of the protest leaders behind the Black Lives Matter demonstrations in DeKalb the past two weeks. The second installment will run in Tuesday's Daily Chronicle.

Photos: Fire breaks out at Standard Roofing in DeKalb

Firefighters are on the secne of an active fire at the Standard Roofing Co. building at 1100 S. Seventh St. in DeKalb. Read the developing story here.

Update: DeKalb Mayor, police chief respond to police sergeant investigation findings

DeKALB – DeKalb police Sgt. Jeffrey Weese is suspended for 30 days unpaid leave and will undergo cultural competency training after he was found to be in violation of the department's use of force policy following an August arrest when he choked a man.

DeKalb County Board lowers speed limit on stretch of Plank Road

SYCAMORE – Drivers are going to have to slow down on Plank Road after the DeKalb County Board voted to lower the speed limit for a stretch of it following safety concerns.

Klemm's hot start powers Sycamore to regional title over Dixon

SYCAMORE – With more than 2,100 points in her career, 19.8 points per game this year and a commitment to Iowa State among her accomplishment, Dixon coach Luke Ravlin said slowing down Kylie Feuerbach was a top priority for Dixon in its matchup with Sycamore in the Class 3A Sycamore Regional championship game on Thursday.

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