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Article updated: 7/12/2013 6:22 AM

Dawn Patrol: Firefighter mourned in Zion; Cary flooding stories

By Steve Zalusky

Mourners pay tribute in Zion to fallen firefighter

The family of Anthony Rose was joined by hundreds of firefighters and supporters last night during a memorial service in Zion. Rose was killed June 30 along with 18 other members of the Granite Mountain Hotshots while battling a wildfire north of Phoenix. "All of this tradition and the fire trucks are for the family to show them the fire service is with them and for them," said Justin Stried, of the Zion department. Full story with video.

Cary residents have their say about flooding

Tears from Cary residents and stories of how the flooding from late June left their lives in ruins dominated a specially called village board meeting last night. There was Clyde Porter, who said the six floods he experienced for 17 years forced him and his family to move out of their Cary home two years ago. To this day, sound of rainfall makes him nervous. Full story

Island Lake to pay $20,000 to settle lawsuits

A politically connected Island Lake resident will be paid $20,000 in exchange for dropping a lawsuit against the village, trustees agreed last night. Full story

Workers overcome by fumes in Long Grove

Two workers were rescued from a manhole containing dangerous gases yesterday afternoon at old Route 53 and Old McHenry Road in Long Grove. Full story

Cash found in garden given to neighbor's daughter

A McHenry County judge awarded most of the $150,000 found by a Johnsburg man to the daughter of the neighbor who claimed the money. The neighbor said she had thrown the money away thinking it was cursed. Full story.

Buffalo Grove firm promotes gas technology for your vehicle

Buffalo Grove-based Advanced Vehicle Technology Services Inc., also known as Advanced VTech, plans to grow at its headquarters in Buffalo Grove by using a new technology for both commercial and consumer vehicles that can operate more efficiently and greener with compressed natural gas fuel systems. Advanced VTech designs and installs CNG fuel systems and offers maintenance of such alternative fuel vehicles. Full story

Wild West Wauconda-style kicks off rodeo weekend

The Wauconda Area Chamber of Commerce's 50th annual IPRA Championship Rodeo weekend got off to a rousing start last night with a Wild West-style "shootout" on Main Street in the village's downtown. Full story.


Mostly sunny but cooler today with a high of 83 degrees. Temperatures will be about 63 degrees as you head out the door this morning, then dip back to 63 degrees tonight. Temperatures are expected to hover in the mid 80s throughout the weekend. Full weather.


Pavement resurfacing is causing major delays on Route 45 between Washington Street and Route 132 in Lake County. People are urged to find an alternate route through the roadwork. Full story.

Jackson's turnaround key to Cubs win

Edwin Jackson is the first to admit he didn't make a good first impression with the Cubs. But as long as he makes a good lasting impression, that's all that will matter. After a brutal start to his first season with the Cubs, Jackson has begun to turn things around. He earned his third straight victory last night as the Cubs took the series opener from the St. Louis Cardinals 3-0 at Wrigley Field. Full story

Cubs, Chicago agree on Wrigley Jumbotron

The Cubs have reached an agreement with the city that would allow the team to build a left-field Jumbotron at historic Wrigley Field while adding another sign in right field, the team announced yesterday. Full story

Phegley's slam leads White Sox over Tigers 6-3

Joshua Phegley's 6th-inning grand slam gave Chris Sale some long-awaited run support, and the Sox went on to beat the Detroit Tigers 6-3 yesterday in a game that included a bench-clearing altercation shortly after the White Sox took the lead. Full story

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