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  Dr. Lester Minto knows he won’t be able to reopen his clinic after a federal appeals court upheld tough new abortion restrictions in Texas. But he insists he won’t be silenced. Minto has been providing abortions for three decades, but...

Court hands setback to Texas abortion law critics

Updated: 3/28/2014 10:40 AM

  A former Illinois state driver’s license examiner convicted of sexual misconduct involving teenager girls during their road tests has been ordered to spend four years in prison.

Illinois man sentenced for misconduct during driver’s tests

Updated: 3/28/2014 09:53 AM

  One of Elk Grove Village’s most effective crime fighters is retiring — but he won’t be handing in a standard issue uniform or police radio. Police dog Vasco, who has been the partner of Officer Rick Meyers since 2005, is...

Elk Grove Village Police Department’s crime-fighting K9 retires

Updated: 3/28/2014 11:22 AM

  Public support for President Barack Obama’s health care law is languishing at its lowest level since passage of the landmark legislation four years ago, according to a new poll. The Associated Press-GfK survey finds that 26 percent of...

Poll: Obama health law fails to gain support

Updated: 3/28/2014 09:30 AM

  President Barack Obama is making a fence-mending mission to Saudi Arabia, an important Middle East ally that’s grown nervous as the U.S. negotiates with Iran and pulls out troops from Iraq and Afghanistan. Obama left Friday for an overnight...

Obama makes fence-mending trip to Saudi Arabia

Updated: 3/28/2014 08:51 AM

  Kids ages 2 to 7 should have a new place to explore this summer at Naper Settlement, as construction is expected to begin soon on an Early Learning Playscape with water features, climbing structures and new ways to explore nature and history.

Playscape coming to Naper Settlement this summer

Updated: 3/28/2014 08:41 AM

  Shannon Wimberly removed homeless World War II veteran Samuel W. Samples, 88, off the streets, provided him shelter and has begun a fund drive to help him. “He deserves to live the rest of his days with dignity. That’s not asking too...

Homeless WWII veteran finds friend

Updated: 3/28/2014 07:50 AM

  Jobless rates fell in February in most Illinois metropolitan areas compared to the same time last year, although most areas also lost jobs. Figures released Thursday by the Illinois Department of Employment Security show the jobless rate dropped in...

Jobless rates fall in most Illinois metro areas

Updated: 3/28/2014 07:18 AM

  The crux of Gov. Pat Quinn’s plan to prevent big budget cuts is making permanent an income tax increase, which he acknowledges isn’t palatable for many Illinoisans. And the move is even riskier in an election year as his Republican...

Extension of income tax hike may be key 2014 theme

Updated: 3/28/2014 07:18 AM

  Guilty plea in Gurnee street-racing death. Illinois House panel moves new tax on millionaires. State police to do safety checks honoring Vernon Hills trooper. Zion man charged with Waukegan bomb threat. Elgin councilwoman among 8 candidates for...

Dawn Patrol: Guilty plea in street racing death; millionaire tax

Updated: 3/28/2014 05:57 AM

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