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  • Man's ID used to open cable account in Winnetka

    Man's ID used to open cable account in Winnetka
    The following items were taken from Winnetka and Kenilworth police reports. Winnetka A resident of the 500 block of Hawthorn Lane reported to police on July 29 that an unknown offender used his social security number to open an account with Comcast...
  • Motorola Solutions, Zebra Technologies report 2nd-qtr earnings

    Motorola Solutions, Zebra Technologies report 2nd-qtr earnings
    Lincolnshire-based Zebra Technologies’ and Schaumburg-based Motorola Solutions’ stocks fell after they both posted second-quarter earnings declines and Motorola reported a drop in sales for a unit Zebra is set to purchase from it by year&...
  • US imposes travel restrictions on Venezuelan officials

    BOGOTA, Colombia The U.S. State Department Wednesday imposed travel and visa restrictions on Venezuelan government officials accused of human rights violations during widespread protests that have left more than 40 dead. "With this step we underscore our...
  • Getting control of the mortgage after divorce

    By Ilyce Glink and Samuel J. Tamkin Q: Could you tell me what constitutes a legal mortgage? I live in Florida and I have clear title to my home. The homeowner's insurance policy and property taxes are in my name. I got the house and my ex-husband got the...
  • 5K truly pandemonium in Orland Park

    5K truly pandemonium in Orland Park
    If you come to the new Pandemonium in the Park 5K on Saturday expecting it to be like Orland Park's Liberty Run and the Turkey Trot, think again. The village's third race wants runners to show up in costumes. Then, the course will have plenty of...
  • Wisconsin's voter ID law survives

    In a pair of decisions today, the Wisconsin Supreme Court upheld the voter ID law signed in 2011 by Republican Gov. Scott Walker. The court said it did not violate the state constitution by creating a new qualification for voting and didn't amount to a...
  • If grads stay or go, it's win-win* for U. of I. (*Football: still uncertain.)

    If grads stay or go, it's win-win* for U. of I. (*Football: still uncertain.)
    The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has a terrific reputation, even if it has suffered some administrative lapses in recent years (not to mention that underachieving football team). But with strong engineering and business programs and a...
  • Financial elder abuse is a thriving industry

    In July, a woman in Bakersfield, California was charged with elder abuse after her 73-year-old mother was found living in a decrepit one-bedroom apartment with no working plumbing and a rodent infestation. While the exploitation of senior citizens is...
  • Cellmate: Ex-prison doc talked about shooting judge

    PHILADELPHIA — The long, strange story of Dr. Erik von Kiel took a sinister turn Tuesday as his cellmate testified about the former Lehigh County Jail doctor's jailhouse talk of intimidating witnesses and assassinating a federal judge. Von Kiel,...
  • La Cañada Crime: Resident reports hole in window allegedly from BB gun

    La Cañada July 22 Vandalism: 5100 block of Angeles Crest Highway. A woman contacted authorities to report that someone had made a half-inch diameter hole in her living room window, possibly with a BB gun. Though the victim was uncertain about when...
  • City seeks to put a dent in false property filings

    City seeks to put a dent in false property filings
    Concerns that homeowners are unwittingly being taken advantage of by unscrupulous individuals remain top of mind for authorities, despite improvements to the housing market. In the past few weeks, a Chicago City Council committee urged the Cook County...