An Illinois town that, for decades, benefited from industry has seen that prosperity go away. While the jobs have left, the community is left dealing with the aftermath.
Lee Strubinger visited the small town of DePue to see first hand how the town is coping:
I'm on a drive with DePue Mayor Eric Bryant, he's mayor of the village of about two thousand people along the Illinois River in Bureau County.
"The Rock Island line used to come through there. Bring ore in... and take zinc out," Bryan recalled.