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  Chloe Sevigny and James D'Arcy join forces to track down serial killers in A&E's new series "Those Who Kill," premiering Monday, March 3. Sevigny plays Catherine Jensen, a homicide detective in Pittsburgh, who seeks the truth behind her brother's...

D'Arcy, Sevigny team up in A&E's 'Those Who Kill'

Updated: 3/3/2014 05:53 AM

  President Vladimir Putin knows there is little the West can do to get him to reverse his mobilization in Crimea, or to stop him from sending additional troops into other parts of Ukraine. But trade sanctions against Russia could be painful, and...

Invasion of Ukraine isn’t Putin’s only option

Updated: 3/3/2014 07:14 PM

  A Texas man accused of sexually assaulting a Lisle woman 15 years ago appeared in a DuPage County court this weekend.

Texas man charged with 1999 Lisle rape

Updated: 3/3/2014 07:17 PM

  A three-vehicle crash in Bartlett on Monday closed Lake Street near Naperville Road for more than an hour, police said.

Bartlett crash shuts down part of Lake Street

Updated: 3/3/2014 06:56 PM

  A traffic stop in Arlington Heights Saturday ended with police seizing an estimated $1.75 million in crystal meth and a Minneapolis man behind bars facing felony drug charges, authorities said Monday. Roberto Ortiz, 22, is charged with possession...

$1.75 million in meth found during Arlington Hts. traffic stop

Updated: 3/4/2014 10:53 AM

  Broadway in Chicago 's fall 2014 season will include world premieres from Christopher Smith and Arthur Giron and Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider along with recent Broadway hits “Newsies” and “Cinderella” in their North...

Broadway in Chicago sets fall 2014 season

Updated: 3/3/2014 06:34 PM

  A 17-year-old Jacobs High School student who was injured Sunday afternoon when his arm became tangled in machinery that operates a ski lift at the Raging Buffalo Snowboard and Ski Park in Algonquin is still recovering at the hospital, authorities...

Jacobs teen injured at ski facility recovering

Updated: 3/4/2014 11:16 AM

  Libertyville officials are thinking spring as they prepare for the second year of a $20 million road rehab program. Voters two years ago agreed to a tax hike to fund the effort.

Libertyville prepares for busy year of road repairs

Updated: 3/4/2014 03:58 PM

  As Winnetka businessman Bruce Rauner continues to pump more of his own money into his primary run for governor, he’s also been spreading the wealth to candidates and Republican organizations across the suburbs and state, perhaps winning...

Rauner spreading money around other candidates, groups

Updated: 3/3/2014 07:20 PM

  The village of Barrington lost one of its biggest ambassadors last week with the passing of Harold Lipofsky. A founding member of both the Barrington Rotary and Chamber of Commerce, he was 91. “He loved being involved in the community and he...

Barrington “ambassador” Harold Lipofsky, 91, dies

Updated: 3/3/2014 05:45 PM

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