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  The two shooting victims in a North Aurora home invasion Tuesday morning may have known their attackers, who knocked on the door and ransacked the area for an "item," which police are declining to specify. The men are in fair condition at an Aurora...

Police say attackers sought item from North Aurora men

Updated: 10/3/2012 04:54 PM

  A North suburban man has pleaded guilty to defrauding investors in a now-defunct sleep disorder business. Federal prosecutors say Kenneth Dachman spent much of the money on a Lake Forest mansion, a tattoo parlor and family vacations.

Scammer pleads guilty to defrauding investors

Updated: 10/4/2012 07:56 AM

  Steve Grosskopf traces his roots to Germany, but if there's a good party involved, they sometimes veer off to Ireland or take a turn to Mexico. "I like a fun time," said Grosskopf, chairman of this weekend's Oktoberfest celebration in downtown...

Naperville ready to celebrate Oktoberfest

Updated: 10/3/2012 04:02 PM

  Democratic state Rep. Michelle Mussman of Schaumburg and her crosstown Republican challenger John Lawson agree that public pension reform is one of the most important tasks before the state legislature, but have slightly different takes on what's...

Mussman, Lawson outline pension-reform priorities

Updated: 10/3/2012 07:20 PM

  Kane County has nearly doubled its cases of residents who have contracted the potentially-fatal West Nile Virus. Four more area residents have been found with the virus in recent weeks. That bring the total to nine for the year. The numbers are...

West Nile cases on the rise in Kane County

Updated: 10/3/2012 03:21 PM

  Illinois' prison chief has changed some security rules for inmates transferred from the high-security Tamms prison when it closes, despite a promise to lawmakers that the exacting standards for managing the state's most dangerous inmates would...

Illinois scales back Tamms prison rules

Updated: 10/4/2012 07:16 AM

  An Inverness psychologist is facing prison if convicted on charges of Medicare fraud stemming from allegations she billed psychotherapy sessions that didn't occur. Sharon A. Rinaldi was indicted Tuesday by a federal grand jury.

Inverness psychologist indicted for Medicare fraud

Updated: 10/3/2012 01:56 PM

  A group of moms from the Northwest suburbs are trying to get healthier, organic and locally-grown food into school cafeterias and they'll be spreading the word with a panel discussion on Wednesday night. The Northwest Suburbs of Chicago Holistic...

Moms group to discuss organic, local food in schools

Updated: 10/3/2012 01:31 PM

  U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.'s wife said Wednesday her husband is seeing his doctor two to three times a week and that she doesn't know if he will return to work before the Nov. 6 election. Chicago Alderman Sandi Jackson told reporters the...

Wife unsure when Congressman Jackson Jr. will return

Updated: 10/4/2012 07:54 AM

  Grayslake police say a second man has been charged in connection with a home invasion on the village's west side last week. John R. Baruffi Jr., 25, of 31 Washington St. in Mundelein, remains held on a $250,000 bond at the Lake County jail and must...

Mundelein man charged in Grayslake home invasion

Updated: 10/3/2012 01:02 PM

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