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Dawn Patrol: Fire in Lake Zurich; Charges in 'Drano bomb' case

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  • Nationals second baseman Anthony Rendon catches the Cubs' Starlin Castro trying to steal second during the third inning of Thursday's game at Wrigley Field. Washington won in 13 innings.

      Nationals second baseman Anthony Rendon catches the Cubs' Starlin Castro trying to steal second during the third inning of Thursday's game at Wrigley Field. Washington won in 13 innings.
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Breaking News: As many as a dozen fire departments are battling a blaze on Lakewood Lane in Lake Zurich. Cause and injuries are unknown at this point.

Power outage in Streamwood

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