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  Investors sold stocks across the board Thursday as a U.S. government shutdown dragged into a third day and the U.S. inched toward a deadline on raising the nation's borrowing limit.

Stocks fall on third day of government shutdown

Updated: 10/3/2013 04:13 PM

  A young gambler gets in way over his head with a big-time offshore operator in "Runner Runner," a vaguely ambitious drama from director Brad Furman. But despite an intriguing setup and leads Justin Timberlake and Ben Affleck, the studio has dealt...

‘Runner Runner’ goes nowhere with intriguing setup

Updated: 10/2/2013 04:27 PM

  Test stress? Too many sweets? Playoff panic? Food allergy? A virus? Could it be something more serious? When your young child complains of a tummy ache or has nausea and vomits, it can be difficult for parents to figure out the source.

How you can help your child through tummy troubles

Updated: 10/2/2013 01:59 PM

  NBC's new comedy "Welcome to the Family" starts with an unfortunate image problem.The series, which debuts at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, is about an aimless California girl from a middle-class white family who is impregnated by the valedictorian son of a...

'Welcome to the Family' creates blended family

Updated: 10/2/2013 09:16 AM

  A television pitchman accused of misleading viewers about his weight-loss books during his late-night infomercials could avoid jail - for now - because of the partial federal government shutdown. A judge in Chicago was set to decide Friday whether...

TV pitchman may avoid jail due to government shutdown

Updated: 10/3/2013 06:20 PM

  As the Illinois legislature prepares to reconvene this month, key Democrats tasked with helping solve the state's crippling public pension problem are pushing a plan that would save $138 billion over 30 years, but also warning that continued...

Pension deal uncertain as veto session nears

Updated: 10/3/2013 07:52 PM

  Fox blotter

Fox Valley police reports

Updated: 10/3/2013 06:15 PM

  Tri blotter

Tri-Cities police reports

Updated: 10/3/2013 06:13 PM

  The Lake County Zoning Board of Appeals' public hearing on proposed regulations to allow beekeeping and hens in unincorporated areas has been rescheduled to 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 17, at the Independence Grove Visitor Center, 16400 W. Buckley Road,...

Public hearing on bees, hens:

Updated: 10/3/2013 05:26 PM

  The Lake County Sheriff's Office Reserve Deputy Unit, which augments the sheriff's office in times of natural and man-made emergencies, is accepting applications.

Applications for reserve deputies:

Updated: 10/3/2013 05:26 PM

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