The Keys family celebrates
Just two years ago, outside of the locker room under Arthur Ashe Stadium, Madison Keys and her mother, Christine, hugged following a fourth-round defeat to Serena Williams at the U.S. Open tennis tournament.E
Late Thursday night at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York City, mother and daughter embraced again in about the same location.
But rather than tears of disappointment and sadness, these were tears of achievement and joy.
Reporter Matt Coss has the story on this local family's road to the top here.
How to protect yourself once you've been hacked
Nearly half of all Americans — as many as 143 million people — have had their sensitive information exposed in the massive Equifax data breach. If your name is among the affected, your Social Security number, address, credit card information, driver's license number and birthday could all be on the hard drive of the cyber criminals who executed the attack. So what steps can you take to protect yourself now? We have some suggestions.
How do our courts handle the mentally ill?
What started as a routine hearing at the Rock Island County Justice Center erupted into chaos.
“I don’t have a mental problem,” John P. Conwell told Rock Island County Judge Frank Fuhr moments after being declared unfit to stand trial in the deaths of his grandmother and uncle in Rock Island.
“Actually, I have something important to read that you need to hear,” the 39-year-old continued.
What Conwell said next, he had to say as he was taken out of the court by deputies, and it's the start of our latest Big Story from reporter Tara Becker. Read it and take a deep dive into the state of mental health in our judicial system.
Tonight should be clear to partly cloudy with a low near 55.