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  Luke Donald isn't the typical No. 1 player in the world.

Luke Donald enters U.S. Open as atypical world No. 1

Updated: 6/14/2011 05:50 PM

  The city of Geneva has formalized its desire to buy the Geneva Public Library, should the library ever move out to a new place.

Geneva officially interested in buying library

Updated: 6/14/2011 05:43 PM

  A Beach Park man and two Waukegan men have been charged with unlawful use of a weapon after police responding to a report of "shots fired" found the men with a loaded hangun, according to authorities.

3 arrested on gun charges in Waukegan

Updated: 6/14/2011 04:51 PM

  The third time may be the charm for the DuPage Water Commission, which apparently has found a new tresaurer.

DuPage board OKs water commission treasurer

Updated: 6/14/2011 04:42 PM

  A 25-year-old man has been charged in connection with an Antioch home invasion in which a large amount of money was stolen, police said Tuesday.

Charges in Antioch home invasion

Updated: 6/14/2011 04:41 PM

  Fox River Country Day School, one of the oldest independent schools in Elgin, is closing after 98 years. The school board voted Sunday to close the school after a fundraising campaign and other efforts were not enough to fund operations for another...

Fox River Country Day School closing

Updated: 6/14/2011 05:21 PM

  A retired Illinois State Police trooper pleaded guilty Tuesday to downloading child pornography to his state-issued laptop and viewing it in his squad car when he was on duty and bored. Juan Rodriguez, 51, of Glen Ellyn, admitted to one count each...

Ex-state trooper pleads guilty to child porn

Updated: 6/14/2011 12:30 PM

  A Bartlett man who federal prosecutors said admitted to participating in an international child pornography ring was sentenced to 40 years in prison Tuesday. Brian Annoreno, 35, was among more than two dozen people from around the world who...

Bartlett man receives 40 years for child porn

Updated: 6/14/2011 12:06 PM

  A recovery team worked Tuesday to remove the wreckage of a World War II-era B-17 bomber that burst into flames Monday after making an emergency landing in a farm field near Oswego.

Crews work to remove B-17 wreckage

Updated: 6/14/2011 05:29 PM

  Charges could come as soon as Wednesday against a 41-year-old Arlington Heights man in custody after police say he called 911 late Monday night to report he had killed his father.

Murder charges expected for Arlington Hts. son

Updated: 6/14/2011 11:51 PM

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