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Dawn Patrol: Naperville death investigated; wind chill warnings

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  • A Naperville police car idles in front of a two-story framed home on Vail Court in Naperville early Wednesday evening. A death was under investigation there.

       A Naperville police car idles in front of a two-story framed home on Vail Court in Naperville early Wednesday evening. A death was under investigation there.
    Paul Michna | Staff Photographer

 
 

Naperville police investigating suspicious death

Naperville police continue to investigate the death of a man found yesterday morning inside a townhouse on Vail Court in the city's Estes Park neighborhood. More information will likely be available today regarding the death. Full story.

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Wind chill warning remains in effect

A wind chill warning remains in effect until midmorning for some suburbs, especially in the west and north. Temperatures in Kane, McHenry and DeKalb, among others, have been expected to drop to 10 degrees below zero in some areas, with the wind chills going down to 30 below. Full story.

Metra train hits SUV, kills at least one

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Feeling unappreciated led to Mundelein stabbing, police say

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Suburban woman charged with alligator abandonment

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Weather

Wind chills will make it feel extra nasty out today, with temperatures hovering around zero. It will be negative 2 degrees this morning, but wind chills will make temperatures feel like negative 25. It will climb to 6 degrees in the afternoon, but wind chills will make it feel like negative 14. Temperatures will dip to negative 8 overnight with wind chills making it feel like negative 25. Full story.

Traffic

Construction continues on Route 22 between U.S. Route 12 and U.S. Route 14. Delays should be expected. Full story.

Blackhawks lose to Red Wings after another long overtime

The Blackhawks fell to the Red Wings last night 5-4 after a six-round shootout. The Hawks took a 2-0 lead on goals by Marian Hossa and Andrew Shaw, but Detroit tied it on goals by Tomas Tatar and Patrick Eaves. Full story.

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