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  A 34-year-old cold case investigation has reopened in a 1980 Terre Haute homicide. Gloria A. (Felix) Hedden was 29 when her body was pulled from the Wabash River on July 12, 1980. The Vigo County Sheriff’s Department is asking for the...

Terre Haute investigators reopen 1980 slaying case

Updated: 5/1/2014 09:39 AM

  Immigrant rights advocates are planning May Day events throughout Chicago. One rally begins Thursday morning at a West Side park. Another starts later in the day at a sculpture commemorating the Haymarket riot. The day is to end outside the Chicago...

Rally for immigrant rights planned in Chicago

Updated: 5/1/2014 09:15 AM

  With the number of shootings in Chicago already climbing with the temperatures, police are being dispatched by the hundreds on overtime to high-crime neighborhoods, parks, public housing buildings and other spots around the city to combat the spike...

More Chicago police on streets to combat violence

Updated: 5/1/2014 09:13 AM

  U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin says he met with Secretary of Energy Ernest Muniz to discuss the FutureGen clean-coal project. Durbin said in a news release that he met with Muniz on Wednesday to discuss the department’s commitment to the long-planned...

Durbin talks FutureGen with energy secretary

Updated: 5/1/2014 07:54 AM

  Sandy Hook mom talks to suburban educators. Portillo’s considering sale of hot dog restaurants. Dems could craft two budget choices. Jurors watch interrogation video in Round Lake Beach shooting. Aurora man gets 35 years for kidnapping...

Dawn Patrol: Sandy Hook mom in suburbs; Portillo’s considers selling

Updated: 5/1/2014 05:56 AM

  Timothy Zhou excels at music, math and chess. While that may seem like an unusual combination, the Bolingbrook teen is quick to explain the three disciplines are much more similar than people may think. "There is beauty in patterns and logic which...

Bolingbrook teen finds patterns of success across fields

Updated: 5/1/2014 05:16 AM

  Chuck Sisson, the 2012 recipient of the Jeff Award, for the non-equity best actor in a Principal Role-Musical, “The Baker’s Wife,” is playing King Arthur in Theatre Nebula’s professional production of Monty...

Jeff Award-winner heads cast of ‘Spamalot’ in Palatine

Updated: 5/1/2014 02:54 PM

  Visiting Angels of South Elgin is hosting a one-day shopping event to help raise funds for Senior Services Associates Inc. Senior Services is a non-profit agency dedicated to sustaining and improving the quality of life for individuals 60 years of...

Visiting Angels of South Elgin to hold 1-day shopping event

Updated: 5/1/2014 02:33 PM

  On Thursday, May 29, Advocates In Motion will present a community advocacy event, featuring guest speaker Kevin Casey, director of the Illinois Department of Human Services, Division of Developmental Disabilities.

Attend a community advocacy event this month

Updated: 5/1/2014 02:31 PM

  From conceptualizing a business plan to managing finances, much work goes into owning a small business. Naperville Public Library will show its support for entrepreneurs during its second year of hosting Small Business Week.

Naperville library holds programs for small businesses

Updated: 5/1/2014 01:00 PM

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