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  • Homewood park closes after fuel containers found on former military missile base

    Homewood park closes after fuel containers found on former military missile base
    A 32-acre park in the south suburbs will be closed through Wednesday after the discovery this week of a dozen high-energy fuel containers at a nearby former military missile base. The containers were found Wednesday on the former Nike missile base on...
  • 4 shot on West, South sides

    4 shot on West, South sides
    Four people were injured in shootings on the West and South side late Tuesday and early this morning, police said. In the most recent shooting, someone inside a dark-colored sedan opened fire about 2 a.m. outside a South Side gas station, wounding a 20-...
  • Dr. Patrick A. Taylor, president, Holy Cross Hospital

    Dr. Patrick A. Taylor, president, Holy Cross Hospital
    Last week: The University of Miami and University of Florida being ranked in the top 50 U.S. News best colleges is good news for all of us, having premier universities helps us retain and attract students to Florida. Universities help create diverse,...
  • Love in the Gas Station

    Love in the Gas Station
    My husband, who seems to get most of his meals from gas stations, stopped by Chevron, (2500 Seward Highway) this week and found his latest fascination: Spam musubi. It’s a marriage of sushi and Spam and a favorite of Hawaiians. At first taste,...
  • Cops: Naperville man steals cab, stabs driver

    Cops: Naperville man steals cab, stabs driver
    A Naperville man was charged today with stabbing a taxi driver in the throat and stealing the cab in Aurora early Thursday, authorities said. Maurice A. Martin of the 700 block of Inland Circle was charged with aggravated vehicular hijacking,...
  • 2 charged with street racing in crash that killed Lake Co. teen

    2 charged with street racing in crash that killed Lake Co. teen
    Two carloads of teenagers and young adults met up at a gas station in the far north suburbs before heading to a nearby stretch of road where they engaged in a street race, switching lanes and maneuvering for position, authorities said. The race ended...
  • New lanes being added in front of Don's Food Mart on U.S. 127

    New lanes being added in front of Don's Food Mart on U.S. 127
    JUNCTION CITY — After years of lobbying by a gas station owner and elected officials to improve a wreck-prone stretch of U.S. 127 just south of Junction City, construction is now underway to add turning lanes in front of Don's Food Mart. The state...
  • Old Crossroads Market in Hustonville may soon reopen as BP station

    Old Crossroads Market in Hustonville may soon reopen as BP station
    HUSTONVILLE — Hustonville may soon have a gas station again. The station known as the Crossroads Market, at the intersection of U.S. 127 and Hustonville's Main Street, closed in late 2012, leaving the city without a gas station. But now it looks...
  • Alleged Walmart shooter's case waived to grand jury

    Alleged Walmart shooter's case waived to grand jury
    STANFORD — An elderly man accused of shooting at a Stanford police officer in front of Walmart appeared for a preliminary hearing Thursday, after several months of rescheduling. Jackie Murphy, 71, did not approach the front of the courtroom while...
  • Joliet police arrest man wanted in February shooting

    Joliet police arrest man wanted in February shooting
    A month-long search for a 24-year-old Joliet man charged with shooting another man in the neck has ended. Joliet police booked Anthony D. White into the Will County Adult Detention Facility around noon Saturday on charges of attempted murder, aggravated...
  • Prosecutors: Sauk Village slaying over iPhone dispute

    Prosecutors: Sauk Village slaying over iPhone dispute
    An 18-year-old Sauk Village man charged with murdering another man earlier this month shot the victim in a dispute over a stolen iPhone, prosecutors said in Cook County court today. Assistant State's Attorney Elena Gottreich said that the brother of...