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  Despite repeatedly expressing his desire to give his version of what happened the night Marina Aksman was bludgeoned to death on April 1, 2010, Daniel Baker ultimately followed his defense attorney's advice and stayed off the witness stand...

Baker doesn't testify, doctor says he was sane during murder

Updated: 10/24/2012 09:19 PM

  Attorneys for a man accused of being intoxicated when he struck and killed a 10-year-old Libertyville boy on the Chain O' Lakes has asked that Lake County prosecutors be removed from the case due to a conflict of interest. Attorneys for David...

Defense wants new prosecutors in boating death case

Updated: 10/24/2012 02:09 PM

  RTA Chairman John S. Gates apologized for describing paratransit as a "limousine" service amid complaints from outraged riders at a Wednesday meeting.

RTA chief extends olive branch after 'limousine' comment

Updated: 10/24/2012 03:57 PM

  A judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by a North Aurora man who was acquitted of charges that he scalded his toddler son in 2009. Jason Barnes had sued the Kane County State's Attorney's Office and others for malicious prosecution and has until Nov.

Judge dismisses lawsuit of man acquitted in scalding

Updated: 10/24/2012 03:59 PM

  Longtime Republican state Rep. Rosemary Mulligan is crossing party lines to back Democratic Des Plaines Mayor Marty Moylan for the Illinois House over Republican Susan Sweeney of Park Ridge. Moylan and Sweeney are competing for the 55th Illinois...

Republican Mulligan backs Democrat Moylan

Updated: 10/24/2012 12:53 PM

  An early morning fire Wednesday damages the State Bank of Geneva. The fire department reported no injuries, and said the fire was contained to the first floor.

Blaze confined to first floor of bank on Fourth St.

Updated: 10/24/2012 02:55 PM

  It seems the Rolling Meadows referendum on privatizing refuse collection would be just a matter of dollars and cents. But garbage can be an emotional issue in the suburbs. Rolling Meadows voters Nov. 6 will vote on an advisory referendum asking them...

Rolling Meadows asks residents about privitizing garbage

Updated: 10/24/2012 09:35 AM

  Lisle's John Huff has been collecting political memorabilia for more than 50 years and, as far as his collecting is concerned, he's far less interested in who wins a race than he is in who has the coolest stuff. If you're looking for presidential...

Lisle's John Huff enjoys collecting political memorabilia

Updated: 10/24/2012 06:49 AM

  A slow start to the season didn't detract from what Grayslake North's boys soccer team accomplished over the long run. The Knights regained their collective health at the end of the season, which helped spur them to the program's first-ever boys...

Harvard ends Grayslake North playoff run

Updated: 10/24/2012 10:01 PM

  A starter at the beginning of the year, Nick Winter has seen things a little bit different lately. That's because he's coming off the bench for St. Viator. Winter sure jumped off the bench on Wednesday night, scoring twice and helping St. Viator get...

Winter, St. Viator warm up in a hurry

Updated: 10/24/2012 09:54 PM

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