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  • Teen, 16, man charged in Harvey bar killing

    Teen, 16, man charged in Harvey bar killing
    Two men go to court Monday morning for a deadly bar shooting in Harvey.  It started with an argument and escalated into gunfire. 30-year-old Kevin Guice was killed early Saturday morning at the Press Box Club at 154th St. and Dixie Hwy. Police say 16-...
  • Judge sets bond in Morton Grove mosque attack

    Judge sets bond in Morton Grove mosque attack
    Bond has been set for a man accused of firing a weapon at a suburban mosque during Ramadan services. A judge set bond at $45,000 for 51-year-old David Conrad. Police say Conrad used an air rifle to fire shots at the Muslim Education Center in Morton...
  • McHenry County Sheriff's Deputy charged with child porn

    McHenry County Sheriff's Deputy charged with child porn
    A McHenry County Sheriff’s Deputy who once worked on a task force to protect children, now faces charges of producing child pornography and distributing it online.   This is the second time 36-year old Gregory Pyle has been arrested.     In...
  • Fall Family Festival Oktoberfest

    Fall Family Festival Oktoberfest
    September 29, 2012 St. Louise de Marillac Parish in La Grange Park, Illinois Free Admission Traditional Oktoberfest Food will be available for purchase along with imported and domestic beers, wine, pop, and water. The menu includes bratwurst, pork...
  • Crestwood officials go on trial in tainted water case

    Crestwood officials go on trial in tainted water case
    A jury trial begins today for two former village officials of South Suburban Crestwood.   They're accused of lying to environmental regulators about the village using water from a polluted well for more than two decades to supplement its drinking water...
  • Trampoline parks launch debate over safety

    Trampoline parks launch debate over safety
    When Jennifer Quinn springs into the air at Xtreme Trampolines, the 35-year-old feels like a kid again. "It's a really fun place," she said of the Carol Stream warehouse, where the public can jump around on trampolines stitched together like a giant...
  • Quinn signs Illinois DREAM Act

    Quinn signs Illinois DREAM Act
    Gov. Pat Quinn today signed a measure into law creating a privately-funded scholarship program for documented and undocumented immigrants, a move supporters hailed as a civil rights victory as other states have recently moved in the other direction on...
  • Feds say no to Quinn on tightening Medicaid proof

    Illinois wanted to tighten up the way it reviews whether people are eligible for Medicaid coverage, but the Obama administration has refused to go along, an action a state Republican leader called “absolutely ridiculous.” One of the long-...
  • Kirk recommends former prosecutor for federal bench

    Republican U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk today is recommending former federal prosecutor John Tharp for a seat on the federal bench in Chicago.   Tharp, currently a partner at the law firm of Mayer Brown, was the lead prosecutor in the 1995 investigation into the...
  • Quinn appoints Alexi Giannoulias chairman of community college board

    Quinn appoints Alexi Giannoulias chairman of community college board
    Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn will name former Treasurer Alexi Giannoulias as chairman of the Illinois Community Colleges Board today. Giannoulias, a Democrat, narrowly lost the November election for U.S. Senate to Republican Mark Kirk. The big-dollar, high-...
  • Anti-tea party e-mail leads to slap on wrist for human rights investigator

    Anti-tea party e-mail leads to slap on wrist for human rights investigator
    An investigator for Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn’s human rights agency got a slap on the wrist for forwarding an e-mail before last November’s election that contended the Republican Party had been hijacked by “dangerous, radical hate...