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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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  • Slaying victim Amber Creek's family speaks out

    Slaying victim Amber Creek's family speaks out
    Robert Creek slept through the night for the first time in years after police recently told him they had made an arrest in the killing of his 14-year-old daughter. Since 1997, the year she went missing, the Palatine father has lived with grief, anger...
  • Investigation continues in fatal wrong-way crash in Arlington Heights

    Investigation continues in fatal wrong-way crash in Arlington Heights
    An autopsy is expected today for the Palatine man who died after driving the wrong way in Arlington Heights Monday afternoon, causing a five-vehicle crash that critically injured another driver. Stanley Ksiazek, 51, of the 2000 block of Bayside Drive,...
  • Palatine man dies in wrong-way crash

     Palatine man dies in wrong-way crash
    A Palatine man has died after driving his truck the wrong way in Arlington Heights Monday afternoon, causing a five-vehicle crash near two schools, police said. The man was identified as Stanley Ksiazek, 51, of the 2000 block of Bayside Drive, in...
  • Lawsuit filed in death of man crushed by trash compactor

    Lawsuit filed in death of man crushed by trash compactor
    The wife of a legally blind Palatine man killed last summer by a condominium trash compactor as he searched for a cellphone filed suit Tuesday, alleging that the building manager and homeowner’s association failed to ensure his safety. Roger...
  • Injured Arlington Heights cop to receive Officer of the Year award

    Injured Arlington Heights cop to receive Officer of the Year award
    Arlington Heights Police Officer Michael McEvoy kept a hand over his bandaged neck as he was embraced with hugs and hellos at his first appearance among the police department. Honored as the village’s officer of the year on Thursday, the 52-year-...
  • Palatine man charged in '97 murder of girl, 14

    Palatine man charged in '97 murder of girl, 14
    The brutal murder of a 14-year-old girl had gone unsolved for so long that when investigators heard there might be a suspect — and that the news came out of an Oklahoma cold case project — they were stunned. Hunters had found the partially...
  • No bail for teen in Palatine shootings of father and son

    No bail for teen in Palatine shootings of father and son
    A teenager who authorities said goes by the nickname “Monster” was ordered held without bail this morning in the shooting deaths of a father and son in Palatine Wednesday. Marco Lopez, 17, is accused of shooting Luis Reynoso, 15, and his...
  • Glencoe pays $70,000 for water plant study

    Glencoe pays $70,000 for water plant study
    Officials in Glencoe have paid a civil engineering firm close to $70,000 to conduct a study of the village's water system – a task officials said is necessary before they can begin talking to residents about details of an estimated $35 million...
  • Jury awards Brown's Chicken killer $451K in civil rights case

    Jury awards Brown's Chicken killer $451K in civil rights case
    A federal jury awarded a man serving a life-sentence for the 1993 massacre of seven workers at a Brown’s Chicken restaurant in suburban Palatine nearly a half-million dollars in his civil rights lawsuit against a former Cook County Jail guard...
  • Remains of train victim mistakenly released to two funeral homes

    Remains of train victim mistakenly released to two funeral homes
    The Cook County medical examiner’s office is investigating how the remains of a train accident victim got separated and released to two different funeral homes, officials said. Some of the remains of the man, killed by a Metra train in Palatine...
  • Keep tax hike or face stark cuts, Quinn says

    Keep tax hike or face stark cuts, Quinn says
    Gov. Pat Quinn and ruling Democratic lawmakers united Wednesday around what they say is a stark election-year choice — vote now to make permanent the temporary income tax increase they installed three years ago or face major cuts in state spending...