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If you think you have seen Palatine because you have driven down Northwest Highway, think again. Drive a few blocks west and you'll find 19th Century gracious homes mixed with 21st Century red-brick rowhouses and condominium mid-rises. Read more about Palatine, IL
If you think you have seen Palatine because you have driven down Northwest Highway, think again. Drive a few blocks west and you'll find 19th Century gracious homes mixed with 21st Century red-brick rowhouses and condominium mid-rises. Read more about Palatine, IL « Show less

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  • PASSINGS

    John F. Mitchell Motorola cellphone pioneer John F. Mitchell, 81, who helped engineer the technology that paved the way for the world's first cellular phone during a 45-year career at Motorola, where he was president from 1980 to 1995, died of cancer...
  • A Dirty Syringe, A Baby's Death, A Man Turned Fugitive, A Family Torn Apart

    A Dirty Syringe, A Baby's Death, A Man Turned Fugitive, A Family Torn Apart
    Natalie Fullerton's parents were thrilled to watch their year-old daughter bounce back from a double-lung transplant. Within months, she was mimicking her sister's ballet poses and gleefully repeating the word "purple." Her father, Leslie, carefully...
  • DuPage County Chairman To Enter Governor Race

    (WGN-AM)- DuPage County Board Chairman Bob Schillerstrom today formally launched his campaign for the Republican governor nomination, delivering a parochial pitch to bring his county's quality of life to the rest of Illinois by changing state government....
  • Domestic violence services see cuts

    Nakia Adams said she was gripped by fear and confusion when her ex-boyfriend continued to violate an order of protection she had obtained from a Cook County judge. It wasn't until she turned to Family Rescue, an agency that serves victims of domestic...
  • Reasons behind flat high school scores

    It's a math problem worthy of the state's brightest students. Illinois grade school students have improved steadily on state exams in the five years since a federal law put pressure on schools to increase scores or risk sanctions. But over that same...
  • Palatine Property Values

    Palatine Property Values
  • Juror holds out, and Brown's killer is spared

    Eleven of the jurors who convicted Juan Luna of the 1993 Brown's Chicken massacre voted to sentence him to death Thursday, but his life was spared because of a lone holdout. The 12-member jury spent just two hours deliberating, then voted...
  • Emanuel's earmarks: 'Why not?' - House

     
    by Mark Silva President Barack Obama is likely to sign that $410-billion "omnibus spending bill'' laden with the "earmarks'' that the new president says he is determined to block from now on - so says Rahm Emanuel, the president's chief......
  • Red-light camera plan pits Cook County against suburbs

    Red-light camera plan pits Cook County against suburbs
    Arlington Heights Mayor Arlene Mulder paused for a long moment before finishing her suggestion about what Cook County can do with its recently announced plan to use red-light cameras to ticket suburban drivers. "Cook County can just take their cameras,"...
  • Thomson prison Guantanamo plan: Feds confirm Illinois prison could hold USS Cole bombing suspects, September 11 plotters

    Thomson prison Guantanamo plan: Feds confirm Illinois prison could hold USS Cole bombing suspects, September 11 plotters
    -- Facing anxious citizens and Republican lawmakers, federal officials confirmed Tuesday that suspects in some of the most notorious terrorist attacks could be jailed in northwestern Illinois under a proposal by the Obama administration. A proposed...
  • Memorial service for Paul Green's son, Robert

    Memorial service for Paul Green's son, Robert
    A standing-room-only crowd paid tribute to a beloved music director. Robert Green, son of WGN Radio political analyst Paul Green, passed away on December 12 from brain cancer. Current and former students, colleagues, friends, family and others gathered on...