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  After World War II, the surviving members of the 356-member Elgin High School graduating class of 1944 have stayed in touch through reunions every five years. “At our age that’s pretty good,” said Al Mink, 88, of Elgin, who...

Elgin High Class of ‘44 celebrates 70th reunion

Updated: 7/2/2014 05:39 PM

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Fox Valley police reports

Updated: 7/2/2014 05:38 PM

  David Templer was one of the original homeowners in the Northgate subdivision when it was built in Arlington Heights more than 40 years ago and an active environmentalist. Friends are remembering Templer, who died Saturday at age 73, as a thoughtful...

Friends remember Arlington Hts. environmental activist

Updated: 7/2/2014 07:06 PM

  A Chicago man found guilty last month of severely beating and stabbing the mother of his two young children wants a new trial. In court records, Senior Assistant Public Defender Kyle Rubeck said he believes the court erred more than a dozen times...

Chicago man seeks new trial in Lombard stabbing case

Updated: 7/2/2014 04:12 PM

  Bartlett officials are preparing for a long-awaited project this fall to address flooding on the village's northeast side. An engineering firm is wrapping up designs for a $5.1 million plan funded in large part by a federal grant. Construction could...

Bartlett wrapping up designs for flood-control project

Updated: 7/2/2014 04:05 PM

  Months after Gov. Pat Quinn signed a controversial plan to cut its members’ retirement benefits, the state’s largest teachers union is backing him for re-election. The Illinois Education Association today announced their pick over...

Quinn wins backing from teachers whose pensions he cut

Updated: 7/2/2014 02:33 PM

  Rib vendors rolled into town Tuesday. Ribs were delivered Wednesday morning. And the countdown is on. The 27th annual Ribfest in Naperville opens at noon Thursday in Knoch Park at Martin Avenue and West Street and runs from noon to 10 p.m. until...

Countdown to Ribfest concluding in Naperville

Updated: 7/2/2014 02:29 PM

  The second of three people charged in the 2013 murder of an Aurora teen pleaded guilty to reduced charges and was sentenced to 18 months probation. Jose M. Becerra, 22, of Oswego, pleaded guilty to attempted obstruction of justice in the death of...

Man gets probation for role in Aurora teen’s murder

Updated: 7/2/2014 12:11 PM

  A lawyer for a Libyan militant charged in the 2012 Benghazi attacks said Wednesday that she had seen no evidence tying her client to the violence, but a judge nonetheless directed Ahmed Abu Khattala to remain in custody as the Justice Department...

Lawyer for Libyan militant says evidence lacking

Updated: 7/2/2014 07:33 PM

  Doctors have found one of two 12-year-old girls accused of stabbing a classmate to please a fictional online horror character mentally incompetent to stand trial, attorneys said Wednesday. The doctors’ reports have not been made public, but...

Doctors: 12-year-old Wis. stabbing suspect incompetent to stand trial

Updated: 7/2/2014 11:09 AM

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