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Dawn Patrol: High rise fire in Glenview; hot again today

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  • A test of the twin beams of the Tribute in Light intersect with still-under construction Tower One as they rise behind the building and above lower Manhattan in New York. The memorial, sponsored by the Municipal Art Society, will light the sky on the evening tonight in honor of those who died in the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks on the United States.

      A test of the twin beams of the Tribute in Light intersect with still-under construction Tower One as they rise behind the building and above lower Manhattan in New York. The memorial, sponsored by the Municipal Art Society, will light the sky on the evening tonight in honor of those who died in the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks on the United States.
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Breaking:

Only minor injuries were reported in a high rise fire on the 3900 block of Triumvera Drive in Glenview. People in the home had to be rescue via a ladder truck during the early morning blaze. The fire remains under investigation.

Breaking:

Police in Evanston are on the scene of a possible shooting on Leland Avenue, just north of Church Street. No details have emerged from police regarding the situation. More later.

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Record-setting heat moves through

Several school districts have canceled school or ordered early dismissal as the suburbs gear up for another hot day. Yesterday, temps tied a record: 95 degrees was recorded at 4 p.m. at O'Hare International Airport, a temperature that hasn't been seen on Sept. 10 since 1983. Full story.

Dist. 121 board back to business after contentious meeting

Gurnee Mayor Kristina Kovarik and several other community leaders turned out en masse last night to support a majority of Warren Township High School board members who gathered for the first time since the husband of an elected official was escorted by police officers from a meeting last month after he was accused of being disruptive. Full story with video.

Dist. 220 to link low-income students to Internet

Barrington Unit District 220 unveiled a plan called Project Horsepower last night that would provide Internet at home for students who qualify for free and reduced-lunch plans. Netgear plans to done 700 Wi-Fi routers to approximately 700 homes in the district that qualify. Full story.

Elgin man gets 36 years for sexually abusing teen

A Cook County judge yesterday sentenced Randall Behning to 36 years in prison for sexually abusing a teenage girl. Behning was found guilty of multiple counts of predatory criminal sexual assault, sexual abuse, child pornography and solicitation. His victim testified that his abuse continued on for 2 years. Full story.

Lawyer: Villa Park trustee's dispute version 'baloney'

A disagreement between a Villa Park trustee and his neighbors that led to disorderly conduct charges against Trustee Robert Taglia didn't go as the village representative said, a lawyer for his neighbors said. The dispute happened Friday evening, according to court records. Full story.

Weather

Mostly clear with temperatures hovering around 70 degrees early this morning. Temperatures will climb to 90 degrees before storms roll in this afternoon and evening. The storm will cause temperatures to drop to 68 degrees tonight. Full weather.

Traffic

Construction continues on IL Route 120 between IL Route 134 and IL Route 60. Lane blockages are possible until further notice. Full traffic.

Bears tight end Bennett gets serious

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