Dawn Patrol: Traffic problems on I-90; no Benedictine sex charges
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One of Kim Hunter's 45 goats grazes at Knoch Knolls Park in Naperville. The park district is using the goats to clear 5 acres of land to expand a disc golf course.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Accident on I-90
WBBM is reporting an accident on eastbound I-90 near Randall Road is causing delays. There is also a new traffic pattern in the area due to ongoing road construction.
DuPage County on track for record heroin deaths
DuPage County has recorded 38 heroin-related death so far this year — and that's equal to the number of heroin deaths in the county for all of 2012. At one point this summer, DuPage County had 15 heroin overdose deaths in 17 days. They've taken place in communities throughout the county. Full story.
No charges in Benedictine sexual assault allegations
The investigation into charges that two women were sexually assaulted Sept. 15 in a Benedictine University dorm room in Lisle will be closed with no charges filed, officials say. The DuPage County state's attorney's office determined that there was insufficient evidence to move forward with charges in this case. Full story.
Woman charged with homicide after heroin death in Wheaton
A Summit woman who provided the heroin that killed her friend in Wheaton in June faces charges of drug-induced homicide. Jennifer Nere, 33, also faces charges of unlawful delivery of a controlled substance. Full story.
Goats clear the way for expansion in Naperville Park
A herd of 45 goats are clearing the way for Naperville's expanded Knock Knolls disc golf course. The goats will act as animal eating machines to remove poison ivy and other itchy invasive plants from the five-acre area. The goats cost $5,000 to rent, while having humans do the work would cost at least $10,000. Full story with video.
Act of desperation or false confession in Round Lake Park woman's death?
Prosecutors told a Lake County courtroom yesterday morning that a Wisconsin man was so broke and desperate that he robbed a Check N' Go in Waukegan and shot the clerk to death to avoid getting caught. Defense attorneys for Montago Suggs said he only confessed to the crime after being interrogated for four days. The trial continues today. Full story.
Self-checkout lanes bagged at Jewel-Osco
The Itasca-based grocer Jewel-Osco is in the process of removing self-checkout lanes from some of its local stores, because it wants to restore the human touch, among other things, the chain said. Stores that have already eliminated the self-checkouts include those in Glen Ellyn, River Forest, Palatine, Libertyville, Schaumburg on Schaumburg Road, and Arlington Heights on Vail Street. Full story.
Partly sunny and pleasant with a high temperature of 71 degrees this afternoon. Temperatures will be 58 degrees as you head out the door this morning, then dip back to 51 degrees tonight. Full story.
Construction continues on IL Route 83 between 3rd Avenue and IL Route 72/East Higgins Road. More traffic.
Bears' Steltz bears down on kids' fitness and nutrition
Chicago Bears safety Craig Steltz joined mascot Staley "Da Bear" at Midtown Athletic Club in Palatine yesterday to lead a clinic to teach about the importance of nutrition and exercise. Steltz signed autographs at the event, which emphasized the benefits of leading an active, healthy lifestyle. Full story.
Injuries create first bit of adversity for Bears
The 3-0 Bears will face their first bit of dissension of the season this week against Detroit when they deal with the lost of Pro Bowl defensive tackle Henry Melton. Melton suffered a torn ACL in his left knee Sunday that will keep him out until next season. Melton's position was critical to the success of the Bears' Cover-2 defense. Full story.
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