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Dawn Patrol: Borizov guilty on all counts; airport slots could be off table

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  • Angela Kramer, left, walks out of the DuPage County courthouse in Wheaton on Tuesday with Erin Novak after a jury found Johnny Borizov guilty of murder in the shooting of three members of Angela Kramer's family and the solicitation of her murder.

       Angela Kramer, left, walks out of the DuPage County courthouse in Wheaton on Tuesday with Erin Novak after a jury found Johnny Borizov guilty of murder in the shooting of three members of Angela Kramer's family and the solicitation of her murder.
    Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

 
 

Borizov guilty in Darien murders

DuPage County jury rules Johnny Borizov tricked a friend into killing three members of his ex-girlfriend's family. His conviction carries a mandatory life sentence. Full story.

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Weather

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