1. Columnist Burt Constable tells the story of two veteran Arlington Heights golfers who get together every Tuesday and see if they can shoot half their ages -- 103 and 98.
2. An 11-year-old Cary girl died early Sunday morning from injuries suffered when storms toppled a large tree onto a tent where she was sleeping with two family members in a Wisconsin state park.
3. The largest temporary housing placement company in the country is on call 24/7 at its St. Charles headquarters to meet the challenge of natural and man-made disasters.
4. Many same-sex couples from across the suburbs will for the first time be allowed to get married in their home counties beginning Monday.
5. Bianca Huerta, 15, sacrificed part of her childhood to care for her dying sister, Joselyn. This weekend, though, the Carpentersville teen received a memorable quinceañera, thanks to her mom's contest prowess.
6. If you picked the 115-pound girl over the 400-pound man in the Nathan's hot dog eating contest in Bloomingdale Saturday, your longshot came in.
7. A Downers Grove doctor who specializes in family medicine is facing charges of possessing and sharing child porn. Edward J. McMenamin, 67, was arrested after Downers Grove police launched an investigation based on a tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
8. Kane County prosecutors are weighing their options after a court, citing an error in jury instructions, ordered a new trial for a man serving a 70-year prison term in the 1996 slaying of a 6-year-old Aurora boy.
9. Mental illness can affect anyone, and Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall helped spread the word Saturday with a motorcycle ride he sponsored from Naperville to Starved Rock.
10. The Boy Scouts opened a Discovery Outpost Saturday at Woodfield Mall in an attempt to recruit more youngsters to the century-old "youth development" program.