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  • Cops: Dog returned safely to owner after SUV stolen, used in theft and chased by police

    Cops: Dog returned safely to owner after SUV stolen, used in theft and chased by police
    A yellow Labrador retriever was reunited with its owner Sunday evening after a man stole the SUV the dog had been in, used the vehicle to shoplift from a Wal-Mart and was finally captured after crashing the SUV into a tree during a police chase,...
  • The Midwest Shelter for Homeless Veterans Benefit

    The Midwest Shelter for Homeless Veterans Benefit
    Benefit to help The Midwest Shelter for Homeless Veterans at Rock Bottom Restaurant and Brewery in Lombard, IL on January 19, 2012. Free to attend, but there will be a silent auction and a cash raffle. Please attend, drink great beer, and help a great...
  • Webster C. Dove, attorney

    Webster C. Dove, a retired attorney and former member of the Baltimore County Council, died of Parkinson's disease Nov. 28 at the Edenwald nursing center in Towson. He was 89 and had lived in Pikesville. Born in Baltimore and raised near Clifton Park, he...
  • Record a Message to Troops

    The Illinois Center for Broadcasting (ICB) is taking appointments from military families and supporters who want to record a free message at their holiday studio between December 8 and 16. The video messages will be distributed to military members...
  • Lombard man ordered held on $500K bail in nightclub stabbing

    Lombard man ordered held on $500K bail in nightclub stabbing
    A judge today ordered a Lombard man held on $500,000 bond for allegedly stabbing another man in the abdomen and arm at the Green Dolphin Street nightclub.  Judge Maria Kuriakos-Ciesil ordered Thaddeus Macon held on $500,000 bond today, according to Cook...
  • Allergic food-reaction injection bill sent to Quinn

    The death of a Chicago seventh-grader who suffered an allergic food reaction during a classroom party last year has led to a bill now awaiting the governor’s signature that would allow school nurses to administer life-saving epinephrine injections...
  • Shop owner, manager charged after synthetic pot, bath salts seized near Lombard

    Shop owner, manager charged after synthetic pot, bath salts seized near Lombard
    The owner and manager of a smoke shop were arrested today following the discovery of more than $1 million of synthetic cannabis and bath salts at the business in unincorporated DuPage County near Lombard, DuPage County Sheriff’s officials said. The...
  • The Word made sound: Speaker recites whole books of the Bible

    The Word made sound: Speaker recites whole books of the Bible
    Most people know a Bible verse or two. Tom Meyer can recite whole books of holy writ from memory. And not only dramatic parts like Genesis 1 and Revelation. Also the long-winded "begats" and Levitical laws.It's his crusade to revive the historic...
  • Nothing found in bomb threat at Montini H.S. in Lombard

    Nothing found in bomb threat at Montini H.S. in Lombard
    Montini Catholic High School in unincorporated Lombard was evacuated this morning after a bomb threat was found in the building, officials said, but nothing was found. According to a news release from the DuPage County Sheriff's office, police were...
  • PASSINGS: Jay Reatard, George Bissell, Reva Mikles Graziadio, Jan C. Gabriel

    PASSINGS: Jay Reatard, George Bissell, Reva Mikles Graziadio, Jan C. Gabriel
    Jay Reatard Punk rocker in Memphis Jay Reatard, 29, a punk rocker known for performing shows and releasing singles at a breakneck pace, was found dead in his bed early Wednesday in Memphis, Tenn. Memphis police are investigating his death. Friends...
  • Turning point

    For those who believe that housing is going to stage a turnaround, the next month may be a last chance to get a home at a bargain price. That's because, if the early spring selling season gets off to a strong start, incentives and discounts may soon be a...