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  • 49 dead as rebels shoot down Ukraine military plane

    KIEV, Ukraine All 49 people on board a Ukrainian military aircraft were killed Saturday when separatists shot it down near Luhansk, the Ukrainian prosecutor's office said. It said nine crew members and 40 soldiers on board the Ilyushin-76 were...
  • Kennedy construction begins

    Kennedy construction begins
    "Carmageddon" has begun. As 11 p.m. approached (on Friday the 13th, no less), steady traffic still flowed along the Kennedy Expressway even as workers prepared to close a downtown section of the road to begin a massive bridge replacement project. As...
  • No one hurt in Schaumburg warehouse fire

    No one hurt in Schaumburg warehouse fire
    No one was hurt in a Schaumburg warehouse fire this morning that officials say may have started with a piece of equipment inside. The fire at a manufacturing building at 525 Estes Ave. started just before 7 a.m., said Schaumburg Police Sgt. John Nebl....
  • Survey: One in six job seekers fails drug tests

    Survey: One in six job seekers fails drug tests
    HARRISBURG — Last year, Gov. Tom Corbett ignited a firestorm by saying Pennsylvania companies can't find qualified workers because too many of them are on drugs. "There are many employers that say, you know, we are looking for people, but we can't...
  • CROG's Message About CTfastrak: 'All Aboard!'

    CROG's Message About CTfastrak: 'All Aboard!'
    In a trip less smooth or quick than what they will expect next year, several dozen central Connecticut community leaders took their first bus ride Thursday afternoon on CTfastrak. Business executives and local officials from Hartford, Newington, New...
  • Wheaton approves Thompson berm fix

    Wheaton approves Thompson berm fix
    A berm that has lost elevation over the years and overtopped last spring will soon be fixed. Wheaton city council members voted on June 2 to approve the $110,500 project to raise the grade at the Thompson berm, which runs along the south end of Morse...
  • GM announces six new recalls, covering 3.5 million vehicles

     
    Filed under: Recalls, Safety, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, GM, GMC General Motors has just initiated another crushingly large recall, this time affecting some 3.36 million vehicles built between 2000 and 2014 and sold in the US, Canada and Mexico. Once...
  • New principal picked for Bolingbrook High School

    New principal picked for Bolingbrook High School
    Five months after the abrupt resignation of Bolingbrook High School Principal Michael D. White, school board members unanimously approved his successor Monday night. Yolanda Jordan, who has been interim principal since mid-February and the assistant...
  • E3: Sony One Ups Microsoft with 'Destiny'

    In a surprising case of one-upmanship, Activision Blizzard will launch its sci-fi tentpole "Destiny" on Sony's PlayStation 4 before it becomes available on Microsoft's Xbox One. The release, announced during Sony PlayStation's press conference at the...