Dawn Patrol: Cops seek 2 in death; cold, snow expected today
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Runners at the start of the inaugural Edward Hospital Naperville Marathon and Half Marathon on Sunday, November 10, 2013.
George LeClaire | Staff Photographer
Police seek two men in Bensenville shooting death
Bensenville police continue to hunt for two men who killed a clerk as he left a Bensenville tobacco shop Sunday evening. Hussein Saghir, of Chicago, was shot and killed outside Sam's Tobacco and Food Mart. Full story.
A wind chill advisory remains in effect as wind chills will make it feel like it's 29 degrees below zero. Temperatures are expected to rise to 10 degrees this afternoon, but wind chills will make it feel like zero. The forecast calls for temperatures around 3 degrees tonight. Full story.
Armed man robs Lisle Aldi
A man robbed an Aldi store in Lisle yesterday, pulling a gun after attempting to take cash from a register drawer at the store on Route 53, Lisle police said. The man took cash and fled in a silver or gray four-door sedan. Full story.
Naperville, Aurora make safest cities list
Naperville and Aurora both made the top 10 safest cities of their size in America. Movoto, a real estate brokerage licensed in more than 30 states, ranked the two cities in a category of populations between 126,047 and 210,309. Naperville was named fourth, while Aurora, with a population of almost 200,000 took the eighth-safest city in the nation honors. Full story.
Trader Joe's in Libertyville sets opening date
The much-anticipated opening of Libertyville's new Trader Joe's will happen at 8 a.m. Feb. 21 at 1600 Milwaukee Ave. It's Lake County's second Trader Joe's, a California-based chain known for its eclectic and reasonably priced items. Full story.
Construction continues on Western Avenue between Fabyan Parkway and South Street near Batavia. People should expect delays and seek alternate routes. Full traffic.
Naperville marathon doubling spots
Twice as many people can participate in this year's Naperville marathon Nov. 9. Organizers say 7,000 total spots will be available for the two races, which will start at Porter Avenue and Loomis Street at North Central College. Full story.
Bulls beat Lakers in overtime
Taj Gibson made a buzzer-beating layup to beat the Los Angeles Lakers 102-100 last night at the United Center. Joakim Noah had 17 points and 21 rebounds. The Bulls have won eight of the last 10 games to get back to .500. Full story.
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