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Kane County

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  • Community service for former Aurora detective in $9,000 theft from union

    Community service for former Aurora detective in $9,000 theft from union
    A former Aurora detective was ordered to perform community service after pleading guilty Monday to taking money from a police union fund. As part of his negotiated plea on charges of misdemeanor theft, Joseph Accardi, 36, of Naperville, repaid more than...
  • Tri-Cities watching conditions for flooding

    Tri-Cities watching conditions for flooding
    Officials in the Tri-Cities are warning residents of possible flooding this week with rising temperatures melting massive amounts of snow combined with rainfall in the forecast. The National Weather Service in Chicago has issued a flood watch in...
  • Kane County won't license gay marriages before June

    Kane County won't license gay marriages before June
    Marriage licenses for same-sex couples will not be issued in Kane County before June 1, despite urging by the state's attorney general on Tuesday for clerks statewide to issue licenses earlier, the county clerk said today. Attorney General Lisa...
  • 2 veteran lawmen vie for GOP nod in Kane sheriff race

    With a half-century of experience between them, the two candidates seeking the Republican nomination for Kane County sheriff should have no problems getting oriented should either eventually be elected to the county's top law enforcement post. Donald...
  • Truax tries to turn Oberweis' Florida trip into cash

    Truax tries to turn Oberweis' Florida trip into cash
    WASHINGTON — Doug Truax, trailing in the Republican race for U.S. Senate, has spent his campaign into debt, his newest report showed, as he appealed today for contributions by citing front-runner Jim Oberweis’ decision to spend time in Florida...
  • Oberweis back in Illinois, addresses questions on wife's voting history

    Oberweis back in Illinois, addresses questions on wife's voting history
    WASHINGTON — U.S. Senate candidate Jim Oberweis, back in Illinois after a controversial trip to Florida just days before the primary, said Friday that the visit was intended to support his marriage by keeping a commitment to celebrate his wife's...
  • Dangerous temps, wind chills hit Chicago area

    Dangerous temps, wind chills hit Chicago area
    A dangerous cold front was expected to bring the Chicago area to a crawl Monday, with a flurry of school closings, flight and train cancellations and calls for the public to avoid temperatures expected to drop to at least 10 below zero. Powerful,...
  • Area residents brace for flooding

    Area residents brace for flooding
    Property owners in the Chicago area who have suffered through flooding in the past face the possibility for more of the same Thursday and Friday, as hard rains continue to pound saturated ground. Additional rounds of heavy thunderstorms could dump...
  • Veteran judge named to lead west suburban circuit court

    Veteran judge named to lead west suburban circuit court
    A veteran Kane County jurist has been elected chief judge of the 16th judicial circuit. Judge Judith Brawka was unanimously elected last week to fill the unexpired term of Judge Robert Spence, who was named to an appellate court position, according to...
  • Cops: Batavia man fatally shot after pointing rifle at deputies

    Cops: Batavia man fatally shot after pointing rifle at deputies
    A Batavia man was fatally shot by Kane County Sheriff's Deputies after the man pointed a rifle at the officers this morning, officials said. Police were called to the man's home after the 52-year-old man from unincorporated Batavia Township was making...
  • Man fatally shot by Kane County police identified

    Man fatally shot by Kane County police identified
    The man fatally shot Monday morning by a Kane County sheriff's deputy after he allegedly pointed a rifle at the officers has been officially identified. According to a release from Kane County Coroner Rob Russell, the man is 52-year-old Luke Bulzak of...