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Dawn Patrol: Young drummer loses cancer battle; big Bulls win

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  • Justin Miller, a 2010 Streamwood graduate, had been playing drums since he was walking. Two years ago, he lost his right arm due to a rare type of cancer, epithelioid sarcoma. He lost his fight to the cancer this week.

       Justin Miller, a 2010 Streamwood graduate, had been playing drums since he was walking. Two years ago, he lost his right arm due to a rare type of cancer, epithelioid sarcoma. He lost his fight to the cancer this week.
    Steve Berczynski | Staff Photographer

 

Inspirational young Streamwood drummer loses battle to cancer

Justin Miller, a young Streamwood drummer who kept drumming -- and inspiring others -- even after losing his dominant arm to cancer, has succumbed to the disease he fought so hard. Full story.

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Bulls stop Knicks streak at 13 with 118-111 OT win

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Minor flooding expected, but storms next week could mean trouble

Flood conditions eased yesterday, but watches and warnings remained in effect for parts of Lake County, while a storm forecast for next week could mean trouble, according to the Lake County Emergency Management Agency. Full story.

Voter turnout varied greatly in Northwest suburbs

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Weather

Another cloudy day with scattered showers expected. Temperatures will be about 38 degrees when you head out this morning, then increase to 48 degrees this afternoon before dipping back to 33 degrees overnight. Showers are expected early, then later this afternoon, with a chance of snow. Full story.

Traffic

Roadwork continues on Edgewood Drive between IL Route 31 and Hanson Road in Algonquin. People are urged to avoid the area until construction is complete in May. Full traffic.

Nationals complete sweep of White Sox

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Feel-good '42' steals a base for social justice

"42" is an old-fashioned sports underdog drama that follows the historic, inspirational story of Jackie Robinson, the first black ballplayer to break into the lily-white baseball big leagues as a Brooklyn Dodger. Full review by Dann Gire.

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