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  • Immigration strain is felt statewide, Texas officials say

    AUSTIN, Texas Texas' Rio Grande Valley is the "center of gravity" for the nation's immigration crisis and for criminal cartels that hope to exploit the situation, the head of the state's Department of Public Safety said Tuesday. Meantime, conditions have...
  • Libertyville bars will remain open late

    Libertyville bars will remain open late
    Bar owners and employees crowded Libertyville's board room recently, trying to persuade officials to back off a plan that would have forced bars to close an hour earlier. After giving preliminary approval to the plan at their last meeting,...
  • Naperville opts to keep watering restrictions

     Naperville opts to keep watering restrictions
    Naperville residents will continue to water their lawns on odd or even days based on their address. The City Council on Tuesday decided not to remove the day restriction amid concerns about supply for firefighting as well as water pressure. Councilman...
  • FBI searching for S.F. man suspected of possessing explosive materials

    FBI searching for S.F. man suspected of possessing explosive materials
    The FBI is searching for a San Francisco man who is suspected of possessing explosive materials at his home and should be considered armed and dangerous, authorities said Sunday. The FBI's announcement came after an extensive search of 42-year-old...
  • This ain't livin' [Commentary]

    This ain't livin' [Commentary]
    To paraphrase Marvin Gaye's "Inner City Blues," it makes you want to holler, the way so many people in Baltimore do their lives. Dying is too easy in this city, and neither death nor we should be proud. Even before summer officially arrives, nearly 90...
  • Where are players in George Zimmerman trial, a year later?

    Where are players in George Zimmerman trial, a year later?
    A year ago Tuesday the first of several hundred Seminole County residents were summoned to the Sanford courthouse for jury selection. A half-dozen of them ultimately would decide whether former Neighborhood Watch volunteer George Zimmerman was a...
  • White House allows young immigrants to extend deportation waivers

    More than half a million young immigrants who were granted temporary deportation waivers can apply for a two-year extension, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said Thursday, in what may be a template for more sweeping White House action before the...
  • GM inquiry into defective ignition switch draws fire

    GM inquiry into defective ignition switch draws fire
    As far back as 2002, General Motors engineers starting calling it the "switch from hell." It would take a dozen years, more than 50 crashes and at least 13 deaths for the automaker to recall the ignition switch, used in millions of small cars. An...
  • Puppy mill sales ban discussion continues

    Puppy mill sales ban discussion continues
    Orland Park trustees put a decision on prohibiting the sale of pets from commercial breeders on hold, saying they want additional time to consider their options. "I don't see any point in rushing this because we want to get it right," Trustee Pat Gira...
  • Oak Park won't add speed bumps

    Oak Park won't add speed bumps
    Oak Park will not install speed bumps on its residental streets despite growing demand for them, the Village Board decided Monday. Pressure from some residents to add speed bumps on their blocks prompted village staff to ask the board to reconsider a...
  • Take-home cars put officials on hot seat

    Take-home cars put officials on hot seat
    Fourteen Des Plaines fire and police personnel take home city-owned vehicles, but Ald. Dick Sayad, 4th, would like to cut that number to four. The issue spurred a debate among aldermen, City Manager Michael Bartholomew, Police Chief William Kushner...