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  • MLB strikes deal to stream live games on flights

     
    Westlake Village-based Row 44 Inc., an in-flight broadband Internet provider for airlines, said it signed a deal with Major League Baseball to deliver live streaming video and audio broadcasts to passengers' smart phones, laptops, tablets and other Wi-...
  • Television news, political talk to stream live on flights

     
    Westlake Village-based Row 44 Inc., an in-flight broadband Internet provider, said it signed a deal with an array of television news and political talk stations to deliver live streaming video to onboard passengers....
  • Car gawk: Cruising nights lure collectors and their classic rides

    Car gawk: Cruising nights lure collectors and their classic rides
    Even though he spends his days as a service adviser for an auto dealer, Chicagoan Jerry Marichal's favorite summer pastime is checking out the area's many cruise nights. Unlike indoor car shows, where dealers peddle their wares, cruise nights are casual...
  • Wall breaks, cuts gas line at state office in Lombard

    Wall breaks, cuts gas line at state office in Lombard
    Emergency crews were on-scene after the partial breakdown of a brick wall outside an Illinois unemployment office in Lombard severed a gas line this morning. Crews from the natural gas utility Nicor, Inc., were called to the facility at 837 S....
  • Driver charged in road rage incident that killed a motorcyclist

    Driver charged in road rage incident that killed a motorcyclist
    A motorcyclist from Lombard was killed after getting in the middle of a road rage incident between the drivers of two cars. Police say 31-year-old Michael Moreno of Plainfield turned into the path of the motorcycle yesterday in Naperville.  63-year-old...
  • Lombard couple appeals for help to find missing tortoise

    Lombard couple appeals for help to find missing tortoise
    It was usually no big deal for Andy and Susan Lechner’s pet tortoise, Lance, to wander and graze in their big backyard in Lombard, filling up on grass and enjoying the shade of their lilac bushes. But during the couple’s barbecue Sunday...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Man gets 8 years for embezzling from Bensenville company

    Man gets 8 years for embezzling from Bensenville company
    The second of two brothers convicted of stealing money from the Bensenville business for which they worked was sentenced Thursday to eight years in prison. Louie Filskov, 39, of Lombard, had been found guilty in May of using his position as general...
  • 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...
  • 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...