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  • Twelve Florida commits ranked in final Rivals 250

     
    Rivals.com released it's final rankings for the class of 2012 on Tuesday, and 12 players committed to Florida made the final cut. That included two players out of North Carolina in the top 10 – offensive tackle D.J. Humphries at No. 2 and...
  • Rob Lowe gets ugly as Drew Peterson in Lifetime original

     
    By Jacqueline Cutler To cast Rob Lowe as Drew Peterson, indicted wife killer and former cop, requires vision. “I was very gratified they came to me with it because I don’t think on paper I would be in the top five guys you would think of,&#...
  • Gators class has six early enrollees, 15 more planning to sign today

     
    As of Wednesday morning, Florida had 21 players in the class before any of the remaining uncommitted prospects announce their decisions. The Gators are in the running for quite a few, so don't be surprised if that number goes up by the end of the day. We'...
  • Bolingbrook to outsource 911 call center

    Bolingbrook to outsource 911 call center
    Bolingbrook's village board voted Tuesday night to outsource the town's 911 dispatch center and utilize the services of a Will County intergovernmental organization for its emergency calls. The vote will move the town's 911 operations to the Western...
  • Feds: 3 stole $650,000 from organ donor network

    Feds: 3 stole $650,000 from organ donor network
    Three people have been indicted on charges that they swindled more than $650,000 from a not-for-profit network that coordinates organ and tissue donations in Illinois and northwest Indiana. The indictment, announced this morning, seeks the forfeiture...
  • Blotter: Man charged with DUI, speeding and using a cellphone while driving in Plainfield

    Blotter: Man charged with DUI, speeding and using a cellphone while driving in Plainfield
    The following items were taken from police reports: A 21-year-old Naperville man was arrested July 30 at West Champion and South Cinema drives and charged with DUI, speeding, and using a cell phone while driving. A 30-year-old Plainfield man was...
  • Blotter: Public urination, stolen tools and more in Elmhurst

    Blotter: Public urination, stolen tools and more in Elmhurst
    The following information was taken from Elmhurst police reports: A 56-year-old Elmhurst man was charged May 26 with disorderly conduct-befouling property. He was observed urinating in the alley at York and Schiller Streets. A 46-year-old...
  • West Nile virus found in Bolingbrook

    West Nile virus found in Bolingbrook
    Mosquitoes collected from a Will County Health Department monitoring site in Bolingbrook tested positive for West Nile virus on Aug. 6, according to officials. County environmental health workers collected the sample Aug. 5, and they it represents the...
  • Investigators expected to take stand today at Peterson trial

    Investigators expected to take stand today at Peterson trial
    Two investigators who led what prosecutors say was an inept inquiry into the 2004 drowning of Kathleen Savio are expected to take the stand today in the Drew Peterson murder trial. Savio's death was at first treated as a household accident. Prosecutors...
  • Officials hope Pace buses on I-55 shoulders will double ridership

    Officials hope Pace buses on I-55 shoulders will double ridership
    Pace hopes by spring to have twice as many riders commuting on express buses that use the newly widened shoulders of the Stevenson Expressway to maneuver around traffic jams. Gov. Pat Quinn, transportation officials and legislators hailed the start of...
  • State declines to investigate vast majority of hospital complaints

    State declines to investigate vast majority of hospital complaints
    A patient at Harrisburg Medical Center complained to the state that a bacterial infection spreading through the hospital had already killed one person and that nurses and doctors did not wear protective gowns and gloves. How did Illinois officials...