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Two children were seriously injured when winds from Thursday's storm knocked bricks off a building. The top of a building in Melrose Park fell onto the sidewalk below after the storm came through. The wind, rain and heat all played a role in the...
Staff reporterRandy's Vegetables Corn Roast Fundraiser with the Sleepy Hollow Police Department to benefit Special Olympics Illinois. Sunday, August 12, from 10:00AM to 5:00PM at Randy's Vegetables on 15N440 Randall Rd, Sleepy Hollow, IL 60118. The event will...
Tags: Sleepy Hollow, Special Olympics
— Gov. Pat Quinn signed legislation Thursday to tighten a loophole that allowed close relatives to help fugitives flee without fear of getting punished. Inspired by a Tribune investigation, the new law allows criminal charges to be filed against...
As the Democratic National Convention began its first full day of events in Charlotte, North Carolina, Illinois delegates came out swinging against the GOP. At a morning meeting of the Illinois delegation, U.S. Rep. Jan Schakowsky blasted republican U....
CHAMPAIGN — Illinois quarterback Nathan Scheelhaase is "looking better and better" after an ankle injury forced him to exit early during Saturday's victory over Western Michigan, coach Tim Beckman said Monday at his weekly news conference....
The state's top politicians still can't reach agreement on how to fix Illinois' woefully out-of-whack public employee pension system, but there's an approach to the issue that both Democrats and Republicans have hailed as a model to follow. There's...
Illinois coach Tim Beckman won the respect of junior Nathan Scheelhaase early during the complicated transition period that can follow a regime change. Not long after he was hired to replace Ron Zook in December, Beckman called the Illinois quarterback...
An Illinois legislative committee meets this morning to consider forcing State Representative Derrick Smith out of office. Smith is charged with taking a $7,000 bribe to help a daycare center get a government grant. He won his primary election in the...
Tags: Primaries, Elections, Democratic Party, Politics
WGN NewsU.S. House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) addressed the Illinois GOP delegation in Tampa, Florida Wednesday morning. Boehner told the group he believes republicans can make some gains in Illinois because of the state's economic problems under...
Staff reporterSeptember 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...
Oh my God. Those were first words of a police officer who arrived on the gruesome 2007 crime scene. Monday was a graphic day of evidence and testimony at the Christopher Vaughn murder trial. Jurors heard from those first one the scene and got to see...
Tags: Murder, Oswego, Justice System, Crime, Law and Justice
— Democratic Rep. Derrick Smith on Friday became the first lawmaker tossed out of the Illinois House in more than 100 years, but he might not be gone for long. Shortly after his colleagues voted 100-6 to expel him, Smith took to his lawyer's office...
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