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  • Elmhurst, Hinsdale police blotter: Jan. 14

    Elmhurst, Hinsdale police blotter: Jan. 14
    The following items were taken from police reports: Elmhurst •A 19-year-old Addison man was charged Jan. 10 with possession of cannabis, possession of drug paraphernalia and having tinted windows during a traffic stop at Lake Street and Grand...
  • Man guilty of animal torture in dog stabbing

    Man guilty of animal torture in dog stabbing
    A Schaumburg man was sentenced to two years probation Wednesday for stabbing a neighbor’s dog with a homemade spear. Anthony E. Haynes, 75, had told authorities that he was tired of the dog barking, prosecutors said. Haynes pleaded guilty in...
  • Autopsy: Man dies after fall and being crushed by boxes at Woodfield Mall

    Autopsy: Man dies after fall and being crushed by boxes at Woodfield Mall
    A 44-year-old man died after falling while unloading a truck Sunday at the Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg, authorities said. Eric Terrell, of Maywood, was unloading boxed shelving units from inside the back of a truck when he fell to the ground shortly...
  • Football | 2013 schedule

    WEEK 1 Friday. Aug. 30 Nonconference Ag. Science 22, Roosevelt 0 Buffalo Grove 28, Leyden 14 Douglass 12, Bronzeville 8 Dunbar at Bogan, at Gately DuSable at Aurora Christian, 7 Dyett at Marine, 4:15 at Rockne Evergreen Park 2, Little Village 0 (forfeit)...
  • 8 unique plates for your table settings

    8 unique plates for your table settings
    It’s no secret that the holidays revolve around food. And since food is served on plates – your table settings serve a huge role this time of year. But there’s no need to be overwhelmed by all your choices. “Ultimately, it’...
  • 'Transit deserts' in Chicago region's mass transit system: report

    'Transit deserts' in Chicago region's mass transit system: report
    The Chicago area’s mass transit agencies are doing a poor job of serving the commuting needs of the region -- portions of which are “transit deserts” — while planning efforts are haphazard, a new report says. Even major...
  • Vitamin C is not a proven 'cure' for urinary tract infections

    LAS VEGAS, NV -- You, my readers, ask great questions, so I asked experts attending the Western Veterinary Conference here (Feb. 16-20) to answer a handful: Q: My Tibetan Spaniel suffers from chronic urinary infections. After spending $500 to rule out...
  • Cybersecurity firm raises concerns about lenders' practices

    Cybersecurity firm raises concerns about lenders' practices
    If the ease with which hackers pilfered the financial information of millions of Target and Neiman Marcus customers has you worried about how easily your private data can be lifted from your mortgage company, wait until you hear what a major cybersecurity...
  • Sharing breast milk with other moms can be a life saver

     Sharing breast milk with other moms can be a life saver
    For the first two weeks of Jayden Adams' life, the little boy, born 10 weeks premature at Advocate Lutheran General Children's Hospital, was nourished with donated human breast milk. Now six weeks old and thriving, Jayden's mother, Mandy, who lost...
  • Prosecutors: Cabbie who assaulted passenger also charged in 2nd attack

    Prosecutors: Cabbie who assaulted passenger also charged in 2nd attack
    The cabdriver charged in a weekend sexual assault of a passenger in Schaumburg has also been charged for a similar assault against a passenger on Feb. 2, authorities said in court this morning as a judge set bail totaling $2 million for the two incidents....
  • Man charged with breaking store worker's nose swears at judge

    Man charged with breaking store worker's nose swears at judge
    A man who said he was homeless broke a grocery store employee's nose and spit on two Schaumburg police officers over the weekend before being arrested, authorities said today. Gregory A. Manarik, 25, whose last known address was in the 26000 block of...