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  Federal immigration officials blast Cook County for refusing their requests to hold possible illegal aliens accused or convicted of crimes. Eleven people have been released so far that would have otherwise been detained on federal requests.

Feds blast Cook County for releasing criminal aliens

Updated: 9/9/2011 08:54 PM

  University of Illinois trustees have approved a proposed $5 billion budget for the school's three campuses. The board on Friday approved the budget, which is a 5 percent increase from fiscal year 2011.

U of I trustees approve $5 billion budget

Updated: 9/9/2011 08:55 PM

  Gov. Pat Quinn denied Republican claims on Friday that partisanship played a role in his decision to take steps to close seven state facilities and lay off more than 1,900 workers to live within the reduced budget passed by lawmakers. "There are...

Quinn denies partisanship in closure decisions

Updated: 9/9/2011 08:55 PM

  The Chicago Teachers Union says tensions are high over Mayor Rahm Emanuel's push for a longer school day.

Chicago school union chief: Emanuel 'exploded'

Updated: 9/9/2011 08:55 PM

  Federal officials promised Friday to improve two crucial weapons in the fight to prevent Asian carp from invading the Great Lakes: an electric fish barrier near Chicago and an early-warning system that detects carp DNA in waterways. The U.S. Army...

Report: DNA method helpful in seeking Asian carp

Updated: 9/9/2011 08:34 PM

  A Wheaton mother who lost her daughter in the twin towers says she can't forget. A firefighter remains troubled by thoughts of children studying at a grammar school near the World Trade Center. And a Chicago police officer was inspired to enlist,...

9/11 memories fresh here 10 years later

Updated: 9/9/2011 08:32 PM

  The terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, took the lives of 10 people from the suburbs who were in the World Trade Center, in the Pentagon and aboard planes that became weapons against America.

Suburban Sept. 11, 2001 attack victims

Updated: 9/9/2011 06:52 PM

  Local members of the armed forces who lost their lives in the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq in the decade after Sept. 11, 2001.

Suburban military members killed in Iraq, Afghanistan

Updated: 9/9/2011 06:52 PM

  Graffiti was spray painted on the rear walls and loading docks of three buildings on North Randall Road in Batavia sometime between 11:15 and 11:30 p.m. Thursday, police said. No damage estimate was available.

Police reports

Updated: 9/9/2011 06:03 PM

  The Dino's grocery store in the 400 block of Summit Avenue in Elgin that was damaged in a fire earlier this week was burglarized overnight Wednesday by people who apparently gained access to the building through a temporary roof. Police said...

Fox blotter

Updated: 9/9/2011 06:00 PM

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