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  A 12-year-old boy was conscious and alert after falling from a third story balcony at a Gurnee apartment complex early Monday night, according to paramedics. Officials said the boy was "horsing around" when he fell through a screen door leading the...

Boy, 12, falls three stories from Gurnee apartment

Updated: 7/9/2012 09:29 PM

  The opportunity to pay off a mortgage, get rid of student loans, keep a promise to a relative or just try out for a TV show was enough to bring about 1,500 trivia buffs to Des Plaines Monday. The crowd filled the Rivers Casino for the chance to try...

Who wants to be a millionaire? About 1,500 in Des Plaines

Updated: 7/9/2012 06:51 PM

  A suspect who robbed a Bensenville bank in April and an Elmhurst bank about a month ago, struck at the same Elmhurst bank Monday morning, according to the FBI.

FBI: Suspect in three robberies hits Elmhurst bank again

Updated: 7/9/2012 10:44 PM

  As last week's blistering heat went on and on, wildlife experts noticed a horrifying phenomenon -- young terns, unable to bear the heat, were jumping off roofs in Chicago and falling to their deaths. "These are underdeveloped nestlings, whose flight...

Area wildlife center saving winged victims of the heat

Updated: 7/9/2012 08:28 PM

  An alleged Antioch gang member has been sentenced to 30 years behind bars for sexually assaulting a teenager at knife point last year. Anthony Cerone, 36, pleaded guilty on June 27 to criminal sexual assault for the attack on a 16-year-old girl on...

Antioch man sentenced to 30 years for a sexual assault at Walmart

Updated: 7/10/2012 08:57 AM

  The 12th annual Taste of Lincolnshire will offer food and fun July 13-15. A bevy of area restaurants will offer food and drinks at the event, which will be at the Village Green shopping center on Milwaukee Avenue at Olde Half Day Road.

Taste of Lincolnshire to be held July 13-15

Updated: 7/9/2012 11:09 AM

  You've been waiting over half an hour for a seat. It's incredibly crowded because you came at a peak hour, and everyone seems to be taking their time. Just as you're starting to get frustrated, the buzzer in your hand lights up and vibrates,...

From Lisle to Libertyville, libraries are striving to make the best possible use of technology

Updated: 7/9/2012 08:04 AM

  While many recent college graduates may be camping out in their parents' house, frantically sending out resumes and rethinking the degree they just graduated with, 22-year-old Emily Rademaker of Cary is embracing her newfound freedom, and Tuesday,...

Cary resident travels to South Africa via Peace Corps

Updated: 7/9/2012 08:02 AM

  Thirteen years after she was imprisoned for the murder of a 2-year-old Bartlett boy, Pamela Jacobazzi is still quick to declare she's innocent. "I would never hurt a child; I love children," she told the Daily Herald emphatically in a recent...

Woman convicted of shaking baby has new hope

Updated: 7/9/2012 03:00 PM

  After a brief break for the Fourth of July holiday, the Palatine Park District Sounds of Summer free concert series will resume Wednesday, July 11, with a performance by the Palatine Concert Band. This talented musical group can trace its history in...

Palatine Concert Band to perform at Fred P. Hall Amphitheater

Updated: 7/10/2012 08:27 AM

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