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  For what has been a relatively uncontroversial Democratic primary, the gloves came off Wednesday night when 8th Congressional District candidate Raja Krishnamoorthi criticized his opponent Tammy Duckworth's economic recovery plan as mere sound...

Krishnamoorthi, Duckworth politely spar on jobs plan

Updated: 3/8/2012 12:30 PM

  For those who watched Ohio's GOP presidential primary election returns late into Tuesday night waiting for one candidate to emerge victorious, get ready: It could happen again, with your suburban backyard up for grabs. "There are some cross currents...

GOP primary campaigns sharpen Illinois focus

Updated: 3/8/2012 02:13 PM

  A potential vote on a former Grayslake Elementary District 46 board members controversial consulting contract with the schools was postponed two weeks Wednesday night after an occasionally contentious debate by the...

Grayslake D46 board postpones vote on controversial contract

Updated: 3/7/2012 08:16 PM

  A 32-year-old St. Charles man faces 10 charges including aggravated driving under the influence and endangering the life of his 4-year-old daughter after a Sunday night crash. Jair Martinez, who has a history of driving without a license, turned in...

St. Charles man charged with DUI, endangering child's life

Updated: 3/7/2012 08:04 PM

  An Arlington Heights man was arrested and charged after two 13-year-olds reported that he offered to give them a ride, according to police.

Arlington Heights man charged after offering Barrington students ride

Updated: 3/7/2012 07:53 PM

  After his DUI conviction last year, state Rep. Randy Ramey of Carol Stream is moving a plan in Springfield to offer more monitoring options for convicted drunken drivers. Ramey, in a Republican primary battle against Carole Pankau for a state Senate...

Ramey proposes monitoring devices for DUI offenders

Updated: 3/8/2012 01:10 PM

  Horrifying Lipstick Killer William Heirens, the longest-serving inmate in Illinois history, might never had been convicted if not for the work of my dear departed Daily Herald columnist friend Jack Mabley. In his columns, which you can read here,...

Columnist wanted to free killer he helped send to prison

Updated: 3/8/2012 05:11 AM

  Carpentersville Trustee Doug Marks who previously took a run at Congress, has decided to seek higher office by running as a Libertarian in the 33rd District Senate race in November.

Carpentersville trustee to run in 33rd District Senate race

Updated: 3/8/2012 06:28 AM

  Former Geneva streets superintendent Steve LeMaire pleaded not guilty Wednesday to felony charges of official misconduct, theft and online theft by deception.He was arraigned before Kane County Circuit Court Judge Timothy Sheldon.

Ex-Geneva worker pleads not guilty to theft charge

Updated: 3/7/2012 05:51 PM

  Kris Kazian, deputy fire chief and longtime member of the Countryside Fire Protection District in Vernon Hills is leaving for a new post in Sedona, Ariz. Aside from his role with the department, he is well known in the community for the work of the...

Deputy fire chief Kazian to leave Countryside department

Updated: 3/7/2012 05:43 PM

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