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  • Lake Forest officials change watering rules

    At a recent Lake Forest City Council meeting, officials changed the way summer watering restrictions would be set up. Those with odd-numbered addresses will be limited to watering on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, council members voted. Residents with...
  • Rep. Michael Grimm surrenders to authorities in fraud case

    Rep. Michael Grimm surrenders to authorities in fraud case
    WASHINGTON -- New York Rep. Michael Grimm, facing indictment on charges in connection with allegedly fraudulent business practices, surrendered to federal law enforcement Monday. In a federal indictment unsealed Monday at the U.S. Courthouse in...
  • Racial slur scrawled on Tinley teen's car, mom says

    Racial slur scrawled on Tinley teen's car, mom says
    A Tinley Park mother called police to report someone had written a racial slur on her teen son's car, police said. On April 18, police were called to the 17800 block of Harper Road just before midnight to investigate a criminal defacement report. The...
  • Sterling and Bundy: A master class on racism in the 21st century

    So … a white NBA team owner walks onto a cattle range. Strike that. A white rancher walks into a sports arena... Damn. I’m trying to wring some grim humor out of the news, but I’m getting my racists all mixed up. Maybe there&...
  • L.A. Council president wants third-party review of Donald Sterling

    L.A. Council president wants third-party review of Donald Sterling
    Los Angeles City Council President Herb Wesson called Monday for a third-party independent review to determine whether Clippers owner Donald Sterling violated any nondiscrimination laws as part of his tenure with the team. In a letter to NBA...
  • Ukraine mayor in critical condition after he was shot in the back

    Ukraine mayor in critical condition after he was shot in the back
    In a sign of the deepening destabilization of eastern Ukraine, the popular mayor of Kharkiv, the country’s second-largest city, was shot in the back on Monday, authorities said. Mayor Gennady Kernes was in critical condition after undergoing...
  • Suburban father, son charged with education fraud

    Suburban father, son charged with education fraud
    A father and son who run education companies based in suburban Niles defrauded more than $33 million in federal grants from school districts across the country by misrepresenting the tutoring services they purportedly provided to low-income students,...
  • Calif. soda-labeling bill sidelined over costs

    Calif. soda-labeling bill sidelined over costs
    SACRAMENTO — A state bill that would require health-warning labels on sugar-added drinks and sodas in California was sidelined Monday for further review of its enforcement costs even though its author argued that it would cut costs to taxpayers in...
  • SeaWorld's whale trainers given additional safety equipment

    SeaWorld's whale trainers given additional safety equipment
    Whale trainers at SeaWorld Orlando started wearing safety vests at the theme park's “One Ocean” killer-whale show Monday. The air vests inflate and become buoyant when their cords are tugged, and they include a small scuba tank. The...
  • 2 robbed at gunpoint in Woodridge

    2 robbed at gunpoint in Woodridge
    A man and a woman were robbed at gunpoint in Woodridge over the weekend, police said. The robbery occurred around 6:15 p.m. on April 27, according to police. The man and women were in their car at the 2600 block of Forest Drive when a man approached,...
  • State counts empty medical beds to cut prison crowding

    State counts empty medical beds to cut prison crowding
    Gov. Jerry Brown's administration states that California has already met a court-ordered limit on the state prison population, but inmate lawyers argue that is because the state is counting a half-filled medical prison closed to new admissions. A...