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  • CBS daytime gets Christmas spirit

    The holiday programming spills into CBS daytime in a big way this week. Four of the five series offer Christmas-related themes. The programs air locally on WKMG-Channel 6. "Let's Make a Deal," at 10 a.m., lets children take control on Wednesday. The...
  • Blotter: Furnace, air conditioner stolen from vacant unit in Bolingbrook

    Blotter: Furnace, air conditioner stolen from vacant unit in Bolingbrook
    The following items from gathered from Bolingbrook Police Department reports: A furnace, coil and air conditioner were reported stolen Oct. 28 from a vacant residence in the 200 block of Lincolnshire Court. The unknown offender also kicked in a rear...
  • Walmart releases Black Friday ads

    Walmart releases Black Friday ads
    UPDATED: Walmart has joined its competitors in releasing Black Friday ads. Target and Best Buy provided their day after Thanksgiving deals two days ago. A 65-inch flat screen is listed for $648 and a 50-inch one for $218 in one-hour super doorbuster...
  • Lennon's spirit lives in Orlando

    Lennon's spirit lives in Orlando
    Veteran Orlando musician, radio host and social activist Joseph Martens recently has been dividing his time between Central Florida and Nashville, Tenn., so it was worth wondering whether he'd have time to organize his annual John Lennon Tribute....
  • Blotter: $1,900 worth of tools taken from vehicle in Bolingbrook

    Blotter: $1,900 worth of tools taken from vehicle in Bolingbrook
    The following items from gathered from police reports: Bolingbrook Numerous tools collectively valued at $1,900 were reported stolen Dec. 16 from a motor vehicle in the 200 block of Seneca Way. Police responded to a business in the 400 block of...
  • Pantelligent smart frying pan and app can teach you to cook

    Pantelligent smart frying pan and app can teach you to cook
    How many Massachusetts Institute of Technology engineers does it take to teach a kitchen klutz to fry an egg? Make that four, over easy. That's how many engineers, now working out of the San Francisco Bay area, are credited with a smart frying pan...
  • Blotter: Man breaks bus window in Oak Park

    Blotter: Man breaks bus window in Oak Park
    The following items were collected from reports released by the Oak Park Police Department. A man ran up and broke the door's glass window of a Pace bus that stopped for a red light on the 900 block of Lake Street at 3:15 p.m. Nov. 21 after the driver...
  • Drones used to capture high school football action

    Drones used to capture high school football action
    The future of sports looks like a UFO, sounds like a weed trimmer and has spent this fall floating 30 feet above the grass of South Elgin High School's football field. The school is one of the first in the area to use a camera-equipped drone to record...
  • Five underage Winter Springs High football players charged with gang rape

    Five underage Winter Springs High football players charged with gang rape
    Seminole County prosecutors have charged five underage Winter Springs High football players with gang rape. Two are now being prosecuted as adults. They are Deoante Stewart, who turned 17 the day of the alleged attack, and Marquis Pierre, who was 16...
  • Blotter: Garage door, vehicle defaced with spray paint in Romeoville

    Blotter: Garage door, vehicle defaced with spray paint in Romeoville
    The following items were taken from police reports: Romeoville A garage door and a vehicle were defaced with spray paint Jan. 7 in the 0-100 block of Paladino Drive. The estimated cost to repair the damage is $400. A purse containing and iPod and...
  • New kind of floatplane pilot helps hold Alaska together

    New kind of floatplane pilot helps hold Alaska together
    Randy Sullivan understands the risks of landing his floatplane on a rolling liquid runway. On a cold late-autumn afternoon, he cruises at 3,600 feet, searching for just the right approach to Mirror Lake, a glassy speck amid hundreds of miles of forest....