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  • Storms roll through Chicago area, tornado watch expires

    Storms roll through Chicago area, tornado watch expires
    A tornado watch for northern Illinois, including Chicago and surrounding areas, expired at 1 a.m. after strong thunderstorms rolled through the area.
  • Autism diagnostic changes shuffle the puzzle

    Autism diagnostic changes shuffle the puzzle
    From headline-grabbing studies to prime-time TV, autism has entered mainstream conversation like never before. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently reported that autism rates rose nearly 30 percent from 2008 to 2010. The condition...

    Gregory T. Riddle 1949-2014

    Gregory T. Riddle was one of the first paramedics in Elk Grove Village, the founding executive director of the West Suburban Consolidated Dispatch Center in River Forest, and a leader in the statewide initiative for wireless 911 funding. "In Illinois,...

    Aftermath: Forced march to O'Hare, car disappears in sinkhole

    Aftermath: Forced march to O'Hare, car disappears in sinkhole
    Flooding brought traffic into O'Hare International Airport to a near standstill this morning, forcing dozens of people to walk to the airport or a nearby Blue Line station to make their flights. A trail of passengers could be seen pulling their...

    Get Out: A few ways to make Sunday the best day of your week

    Get Out: A few ways to make Sunday the best day of your week
    Brass act Euphonium player David Thornton will be the featured performer with the Illinois Brass Band for its "Brass Spectacular" concert. 2:30p.m. June 22. $12; $6, 18 and younger. (Tickets available at door one hour before the performance.) First...