Dawn Patrol: Normal Metra trains in Bartlett; freezing today?
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Metra trains expected to roll through Bartlett normally today
Commuters on the Milwaukee District West Line should experience a typical rush hour this morning despite yesterday's collision in Bartlett between a train and a semitrailer truck hauling cars. Two people suffered minor injuries and the train derailed in the crash. Full story.
Feeling frozen this morning? Warning until 8 a.m.
The National Weather Service upgraded its freeze watch to a freeze warning for the suburbs this morning. The service calls for the possibility of freezing temperatures until 8 a.m. throughout the suburbs, and worse over the Wisconsin border. And then we could get rain later. Full story.
Welcome to freezing. Temperatures are hovering around 31 degrees this morning, but are expected to climb to 44 degrees this afternoon. Temperatures will drop back to 32 degrees tonight. More weather.
Aurora murder suspect may have ingested ADHD meds, police say
An Aurora woman accused of stabbing and killing her cousin earlier this month may have ingested her grandchildren's Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder medication, according to court documents. Amy L. Zuniga is charged with first degree murder in the death of Reynaldo Galvan Oct. 4. Full story.
St. Viator begins random alcohol testing
St. Viator High School in Arlington Heights began randomly testing its students for alcohol consumption this week. The test can detect any alcohol usage within the last 90 days. The school has done random drug tests since 2007. Full story.
Secretary of education visiting Wheeling Thursday
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan plans to visit with students at Wheeling High School Thursday to discuss science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education. His visit will include a tour of the school's new nano technology laboratory, officials said yesterday. Full story.
Rohlwing Road resurfacing advances
The Rolling Meadows City Council recently approved a $1.5 million resurfacing of Rohlwing Road from Kirchoff Road north to Industrial Avenue and on Industrial from Rohlwing west to Hicks. Full story.
Construction continues at Route 31 and IL Route 176 in Crystal Lake. The roadworks will bring extended delays, so people should find an alternate route. More traffic.
Rose on his game, loving this preseason
With six games under their belt, the Bulls probably are ready for the real season to start, and games like last night's against Milwaukee can feel like a chore. Not to Derrick Rose. After the Bulls improved to 6-0 in the preseason by pounding the Bucks 105-84 at the United Center, he asked for more. Full story.
Trestman confident in McCown
The bright spot in all of the injuries experience by the Chicago Bears Sunday is that backup quarterback Josh McCown played a very solid game -- the second-best performance in his 11-year NFL career. McCown hasn't played in a game since the 2011 season, yet completed 14 of 20 passes for 208 yards. Full story.
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