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  A statement from police said officers were called by someone at the vigil who said a person pulled out a gun and began firing at people.

Four wounded in shooting at anti-violence vigil

Updated: 9/6/2013 06:27 PM

  The researchers were working on recovering short-term volcano-monitoring equipment before they were caught in the freezing rainstorm Wednesday evening, said Michelle Coombs, a USGS research geologist at the Alaska Volcano Observatory.

Thrtee stranded on Alaska volcano after ice storm

Updated: 9/6/2013 06:14 PM

  Canoeing, kayaking, fishing clinics and crafts for kids are all part of Waterfest, a celebration of the waterways of Lake County and water conservation, 1-4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 8 at Independence Grove Forest Preserve in Libertyville.

Celebrate Lake County waterways Sunday

Updated: 9/6/2013 05:10 PM

  The Mundelein Police Department will offer a police academy for senior citizens this fall.

Police course for seniors

Updated: 9/6/2013 05:10 PM

  Lisle-based Benedictine University announced Friday that it has enrolled 93 students into its inaugural class of a new campus in Mesa, Arizona.

Benedictine's Arizona campus enrolls 93

Updated: 9/6/2013 05:09 PM

  Libertyville police made 205 traffic stops during the Labor Day impaired driver and seat belt enforcement campaign Aug. 16 to Sept. 2, the department said.

Libertyville campaign yields uptick in arrests for traffic violations

Updated: 9/6/2013 05:08 PM

  Paradise Jewelry and Treasures will host a grand re-opening Sept. 7 in Fox Lake. Ownership of the store changed hands recently following the death of former owner Mark Conklin.

Paradise jewelers reopens in Fox Lake

Updated: 9/6/2013 05:00 PM

  The city of Naperville plans to make an effort to notify homeowners associations when special events are planned for their neighborhoods and invite them to recap meetings held once the events are finished.

Naperville to notify neighbors of special events

Updated: 9/6/2013 04:36 PM

  WASHINGTON - The State Department ordered nonessential U.S. diplomats to leave Lebanon due to security concerns Friday as the Obama administration and Congress debate military strikes on neighboring Syria.

U.S. orders diplomats out of Lebanon

Updated: 9/6/2013 07:38 AM

  Have you been true to your school, like the Beach Boys urge? The fall season is under way for prep sports. Are you cheering on your alma mater? Do you follow the scores in the paper or online?

Poll Vault: Which high school team do you root for?

Updated: 9/5/2013 11:46 PM

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